Netflix’s One Piece live-action series includes some large, real boats

Adaptations of anime have a fraught historical past, to say the least, particularly once they’re English-language and live-action, however that hasn’t deterred Netflix from urgent on with its new One Piece series. The streaming service provided the primary take a look at the present’s units on Monday throughout its Geeked Week presentation.

For a series that’s all about pirates, it ought to come as no shock that Netflix’s first look focuses on their ships. The transient teaser included an introduction to the series’ showrunners in addition to Luffy himself, Iñaki Godoy, earlier than wanting into the units the crew is constructing for the series. Most importantly, these units embrace some extraordinarily giant ships, the place many scenes will probably be filmed.

One Piece follows the story of Monkey D. Luffy, an aspiring pirate captain who needs to journey the damaging Grand Line searching for a legendary treasure known as One Piece. But to search out the treasure, Luffy should first assemble the very best pirate crew he can. Shortly after his journey begins, Luffy’s crew includes Nami (Emily Rudd), Roronoa Zoro (Mackenyu), Sanji (Taz Skyler), and Usopp (Jacob Gibson). The series will even characteristic Peter Gadiot as Shanks.

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