“One Piece Live-Action Adaptation Takes a Step Closer to its Debut with Netflix’s Release of First Poster”
Fans of the popular anime series “One Piece” can finally catch a glimpse of what’s to come with the release of the first poster for the live-action adaptation. Netflix, the streaming service responsible for bringing the show to life, shared the first look of Monkey D. Luffy in real life. The poster features Luffy’s silhouette, dressed in a red vest and straw hat, with his ship in the background and a fist raised to the air. The poster confirms the series’ debut in 2023.
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Along with the poster, Netflix also released a special photo of the entire Straw Hat crew on its site. The shot, taken from behind to show silhouettes only, shows the crew on their ship, the Going Merry, with Sanji on the left in his black suit, Nami standing with her bo staff beside him, Luffy in the middle, Usopp crouched to his right, and Zoro bringing up the rear on the right, despite the sunset. Although the shot is not new to anime fans, it gives a glimpse of what’s to come in the live-action adaptation.
The show’s creators, Eiichiro Oda and showrunners Matt Owens and Steven Maeda, have been working on the adaptation since 2017, with Oda being heavily involved in the project. This level of involvement is unusual for live-action anime, sparking excitement and anticipation among fans. With the release of the poster and special photo, it won’t be long before Netflix unveils the first footage of “One Piece” in action.
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