The live-action adaptation of Eiichiro Oda’s famous manga, One Piece, reveals its logo and the title of the first episode. How long will it still be to see it on the small screen?
One Piece fans do not know how excited they are about this new live-action, given the notable slips by Netflix in re-adapting anime and manga to real life, but certainly the curiosity is great. According to the recent tweets of Netflix Geeked great news revolve around the new project which is based on the famous story of Luffy and his pirate crew created by Eiichiro Oda.
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We don’t know much yet except that the first episode will be titled “Romance Dawn” and the script seems to have reached a good point. The 10-episode series will be written and directed by Matt Owens and Steven Maeda. The title which, according to what was announced on March 15th would have been “Roger Project”, is still uncertain.
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One Piece, a record series
The story of Luffy or Rubber has immediately enchanted the whole world becoming in a very short time one of the most popular manga series in history. It made its debut in 1997 with its first chapter and, after 24 years, it still hasn’t stopped thrilling its readers.
The graphic part was also joined by 20 seasons of anime, 14 films and a series of themed video games. One Piece in a very short time has therefore managed to conquer all existing multimedia formats. Therefore, a themed television series could not be missing.
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