news culture One Piece: The director of the Netflix series gives fans news of the project
The release of the One Piece live-action series by Netflix is closer than ever. Marc Jobst, the director of the first two episodes, announced that he had finished his work in South Africa.
- One Piece Netflix: where is the filming? The news
- One Piece Netflix: a first trailer at Geeked Week?
One Piece Netflix: where is the filming? The news
As the weeks go by, the live-action adaptation of One Piece produced by Netflix takes shape. First of all, the cast of many actors are known, whether those of the first members of Luffy’s crew or even important figures from the first narrative arcs of the manga. In addition, some boat bows may have been photographed and shared on social media : the filming takes place in South Africa. On this subject, it is the director of the series Marc Jobst who took the floor on Twitter to announce his progress on the set.
Farewell South Africa. Land of sunshine, hard work, little creatures that visit every day, and mountains that every day took my breath away. Thank you to the incredibly talented crew that help bring this show to life.
Now to the next stage…the cut ❤️@onepiecenetflix pic.twitter.com/PZdW3LtyD1
— Marc Jobst (@marcjobst1) May 9, 2022
Goodbye South Africa. Land of sun, hard work, little creatures that come to visit us every day and the mountains that took my breath away every day. Thank you to this incredible team who helped me bring this series to life.
One Piece Netflix: a first trailer at Geeked Week?
Be careful here: not all of the filming is finished. Marc Jobst was responsible for directing the first two episodes. It is therefore time for the director to move into post-production with editing and mixing. Hoping that the work is easy to do: the Geek Weekthe event organized by Netflix for all its content oriented geektakes place from June 6th to 10th.
In any case, Marc Jobst seems enthusiastic about the work provided and even seems to have some regrets before leaving. Something that viewers who are waiting for the series with a firm footing should be satisfied with. In the meantime, they will still be able to re-read the 101 volumes of One Piece already out. What to remember the first adventures of the Straw Hat, and to be ready for the big day.
By CharlanmhgWriting jeuxvideo.com