Iñaki Godoy and his crew are setting sail on an journey of a lifetime within the newly launched trailer for Netflix’s live-action adaptation of One Piece.
The eight-episode present, based mostly on the favored manga collection written by Eiichiro Oda, follows Godoy’s Monkey D. Luffy as he assembles a crew, finds a ship to sail and units out on a treasure hunt throughout the excessive seas to develop into King of the Pirates. Alongside the best way, he and his crew should battle an unforgiving sea in addition to harmful rivals.
“This crew, our crew, can deal with something,” Godoy’s character could be heard saying within the new action-packed footage launched Friday.
Netflix additionally took to Twitter to share a letter from Oda, the place he shares his pleasure concerning the upcoming live-action collection in addition to his appreciation for the solid and crew for bringing his manga collection to life on the small display.
“It’s already enjoyable seeing the flurry of reactions after every launch of knowledge,” he wrote partially. “And the actual fact that adapting One Piece into stay motion was conceived seven years in the past is wild! … The whole strategy of so many individuals placing their heads collectively was a festivity in and of itself.”
Within the letter, Oda additionally reminds followers that they may see some adjustments from the supply materials, including, “After the launch, I’m positive I’ll hear about some folks mentioning how this character is lacking or that scene is omitted, or this bit is totally different from the manga. However I’m positive they’ll come from a spot of affection, so I intend to take pleasure in even these feedback!”
The present, created by Matt Owens and Steven Maeda, additionally stars Mackenyu as Roronoa Zoro, Emily Rudd as Nami, Jacob Romero Gibson as Usopp, and Taz Skylar as Sanji.
Oda’s manga collection was first printed in 1997 and has bought greater than 460 million copies worldwide. It has additionally been tailored into an anime collection, video video games and a collection of function movies in Japan.
One Piece units sail on Netflix Aug. 31.