Eiichiro Oda’s “One Piece” manga series is soon to be adapted into a live-action series by Tomorrow Studios. In just six days, fans can start streaming the series on Netflix.
Recently, the Netflix Japan YouTube channel unveiled the Japanese dubbed trailer for the “One Piece” live-action series.
However, fans have observed subtle changes in the voice tones of the Japanese actors for the live-action series. For instance, Luffy’s voice isn’t as high-pitched as it is in the anime. This adjustment likely aims to align with the ambiance and performances of the live-action series.
Eiichiro Oda Encourages Fans to Experience the Live Action Like a Film
Along with the Japanese dubbed trailer, Netflix also shared a special message from the series’ creator, Eiichiro Oda. He encouraged fans to immerse themselves in the series as if it were a film, suggesting they watch it on the largest screen available.
“With the live-action ‘One Piece’ available on Netflix, you have the flexibility to watch it at home or on your smartphone. However, it’s designed to give you a cinematic experience. So, I recommend watching it on the biggest screen you can find, with the volume turned up. Enjoy it as many times as you wish! Are your swords ready? Snacks prepared? Whatever you do, give it your all and dive in!”
The release of the Japanese dubbed trailer has sent fans into a frenzy of excitement. Many have expressed their intent to watch both the original and the Japanese dubbed versions of the series.
The “One Piece” live-action series will premiere on Netflix on August 31. In a recent update, Netflix gave fans a sneak peek of the Transponder Snails, which startled many due to their hyper-realistic design. All in all, everything is in place for a spectacular debut of the “One Piece” live-action series.