The One Piece series for Netflix shows off first images: this is how their ships are in the real world

During Netflix Geeked Week 2022, the platform of streaming has shared a behind-the-scenes video of how the development of the live action from One Piece. A brief teaser in which we can see Iñaki Godoy, the actor who will play Luffy, introducing us the ships built for this first season, as the barati (the restaurant ship Sanji works on) and the Miss Love Duck (Alvida’s pirate shipin which the adventure begins with Luffy saving Coby).

The actors of One Piece on Netflix

This Netflix adaptation will star Inaki Godoy in the role of Luffy, Mackenyu in that of Roronoa Zoro, Emily Rudd like Nami, Jacob Gibson in Usopp’s skin and taz skylar in Sanji’s. Outside of the Straw Hats, Netflix Geeked Week has confirmed kuro (one of the first villainsKaya’s fake butler), mihawk (the best swordsman in the worldZoro’s mentor and rival to beat), Zeff (the Sanji’s adoptive father and head chef of the Baratie), Morgan (the bad guy that Luffy beat when he met Zoro), Kaya (Usopp’s friend) and Nojiko (Nami’s sister). It looks like its first ten episodes will really encompass the whole East Blue saga, which are 12 manga volumes (100 chapters) and 61 episodes from the anime. Condensed.

If anyone makes us keep faith in this adaptation it is Eiichiro Oda, the creator of One Piece, who will executive produce the series. He himself who has been in charge of choosing the actors and is supervising and approving changes such as those seen on both ships. “We have been working with Netflix and Tomorrow Studios for a long time on this gigantic project, the live-action and Hollywood adaptation of One Piece! How many years has it been since it was announced, right? Yes, I know!”. If Oda is so excited, you know what they say.