The One Piece brand already enjoys great popularity as a manga and anime series. Netflix now donates the fans a live action series. The filming are already in full swing and first pictures have already been published.

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The big trip of One Piece began in 1997 with a successful manga series of Japanese Mangaka Eiichirō Oda. Shortly thereafter, the anime series emerged since then worldwide on the screens. Meanwhile, One Piece is one of the most famous and most popular franchises – no wonder that even a live action adaptation follows .

This gave the streaming giant Netflix commissioned and now announced that the shooting starts . The production takes over the Tomorrow Studios, Steven Maeda (file X, Lost) slips into the role of the showrunner.

According to the website What’s on Netflix, most of the series is filmed in the Cape Town Film Studios in South Africa and have already been built for three pirate ships for the live action adaptation . First pictures of this were already lacted with Twitter.

(Source: What’s on Netflix, Eiichiro Stuff @ Twitter)

One Piece: When should the series start?

Due to the global pandemic, production to the One-Piece series limps a little afterwards. It was originally started in August 2021. Although the project is now in production, but when the shooting works are still unknown **. Realistically, one could expect a broadcast from the end of 2022 to mid-2023. We’ll keep you up to date.

To enter the series, Netflix has at least the first pictures of Stars Emily Rudd (Nami), Jacob Romero Gibson (Lysop), Iñaki Godoy (Monkey D. Ruffy) and Taz Skylar (Sanji) published . In the coming months, certainly plenty of material and first teasers will follow.

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