One Piece in live-action, an adaptation already failed? Eiichiro Oda fights to help the series

One Piece Red trailer. One Piece in live-action, an adaptation already failed? Eiichiro Oda fights to help the series – Toei

See you at the end of 2023, beginning of 2024 (no precise release date is yet known) to discover season 1 of the One Piece live-action series on Netflix. And while this adaptation project of the famous manga scares all fans today, Eiichiro Oda would spend his time behind the scenes helping the creators to give us the best possible result.

Series One Piece scare the fans

This is probably the platform’s most ambitious project, but also the most feared by Internet users. What are we talking about ? A few months ago, Netflix officially launched the production of its live-action series. One Piece, adapted from the manga of the same title by Eiichiro Oda. A bet as risky as a headache as adaptations of the genre are rarely successful (the streaming site has itself proven this to us in the past with Death Note), the fault of drawn universes often considered unsuitable because they are too specific, too expensive and too rich.

And if the first photos stolen on the set recently proved that the budget will be there with gigantic sets, and that the cast managed to get everyone to agree, fans of the manga never miss an opportunity to voice their pessimism. Latest? The announcement of a rewrite of Sanji who will be lighter in his relationships with women in order to avoid a stalker/creepy side that is far too embarrassing and irresponsible in the era of me too.

The project supervised H-24 by Eiichiro Oda

Faced with these recurring fears and these regular criticisms on social networks, the team of this project therefore spends its time reassuring the fans as best it can so that they keep an open mind and welcome the season as it should. 1. For this purpose, Artur – a…

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