Will “One Piece” break the curse of Netflix and its ‘live Actions’? This says Oda

After comments and in favor of this ‘live action’ of the anime “One Piece”, by Netflix, the author gave his final approval.

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The Netflix streaming platform is known for its live action adaptations of literature, comics, anime, and manga. In these last two formats, it is known that many fans of Japanese animation and comics have not been very in agreement with the creative liberties that the company takes.

Despite having interesting versions, such as Haro Aso’s “Alice in Bordeland” and Nobuhiro Watsuki’s “Rurouni Kenshin” (Samurai X), Netflix also has versions that have upset many fans, such as the ‘live action’ adaptation. ‘ from “Death Note”, “Full Metal Alchemist” and “Shingeki no Kiojin”.

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For this reason, when Netflix announced a ‘live action’ of “One Piece”, one of the most popular manga and anime in the world, many people threw the noose around the neck of the streaming platform, speculating that it would be an adaptation. not very attached to the original story.

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It is at this point where the opinion of Eiichiro Oda, original author of the manga and anime “One Piece”, is so important to calm the tide of fans and give a voice of encouragement so that fans around the world give the game a chance. adaptation in real image of his work.

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Eiichiro Oda, through a statement, referred to the series in real image that Netflix is ​​carrying out and reassured his fans, because so far only images of the production have been revealed, plus no advance or short.

“The live-action series continues to make progress. We already have the base of the first season. A lot has happened behind the scenes and if I’m honest, there’s no one more concerned that this goes well than I am. But it really looks great!” Oda said in her statement.

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Currently, the ‘Live Action’ of “One Piece” is in post-production, so it is most likely that the premiere will take place sometime in 2023.