Several images of materials used in the making of the One Piece movie have been revealed in recent hours.
The live-action « One Piece » seems to be very close to its first broadcast, and with Netflix’s TUDUM event taking place this weekend, it looks like this will be the stage chosen to finally show a trailer for the adaptation. What’s clear is that one way or another, we’ll be seeing some movement this weekend, as many of the props used during the making of the series have already begun to circulate.
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These are the accessories used during the filming of the One Piece series.
Before we get started, all of this material comes from @OnePieceNxBr, who attended an exhibition of the material at Netflix’s TUDUM :
To be honest, the props themselves aren’t bad, it’s another thing to see it all in motion later in the series, but at first glance, the materials used seem to be of very good quality for the live-action adaptation of « One Piece ». That said, I’d like to remind you of a few important details:
- First of all, it’s time to remember that the One Piece series will begin in 2023. Yes, it’s true that Eiichiro Oda has said that he reserves the right to delay the series in case things don’t go exactly as he wishes, but for the time being, that seems to be the definitive release year. ????
- On the other hand, it has also been confirmed that the live-action show will have a total of 8 episodes for its first season. Obviously, this length is enormously limited compared to the content of the manga and anime, so at most we can expect to cover the beginning of the story ????.
- Precisely on this subject, a leak not so long ago pointed out that the first season of the anime would cover roughly up to the arc thwarted by Arlong. This makes sense, as Luffy’s Nakamas to be introduced this time around will be Nami, Usopp, Zoro and Sanji. The absence of the other characters means we certainly won’t get to Chopper’s arc (for example). ????
I know we’re all very nervous about seeing the « One Piece » live-action movie, because even though historically there’s every chance against it given what Netflix has done, it would be an amazing project if it came to fruition properly. Anyway, it looks like the countdown has begun, and while I personally thought we’d have to wait until One Piece Day to see the first trailer for Netflix’s live-action, it’s becoming increasingly clear that Netflix’s TUDUM is the event we’ve been waiting for.