“One Piece”: a week after the premiere of the live action on Netflix, the scripts are ready for its second season

It was a week since the premiere of the live action of “One Piece” on Netflix and everything is going smoothly, since its producers confirmed that the scripts are ready to make its second season. This was revealed by the specialized American media Variety, in dialogue with the producers of Tomorrow Studios, in charge of the series. “We have scripts ready. Realistically, hopefully, within a year, if we act very quickly, and that’s a possibility,” revealed Marty Adelstein and Becky Clements, who warned that they are waiting for the resolution to the strikes of screenwriters and actors in Hollywood to begin recording. “Sometime between a year and 18 months, we could be ready to receive air.” Considering the length of the work of ‘One Piece’, advancing quickly in the first arcs certainly seems the most appropriate, “they considered. The series is based on the manga written by Japanese author, Eiichiro Oda, 25 years ago and since its publication (1997) was the best-selling not only of the Shueisha publishing house but also of Japan, for 11 years in a row, from 2007 to 2018, and exceeding 516 million copies sold worldwide. You may also be interested: “One Piece film: Red” announces when it premieres in Argentina and presents its trailerThe television adaptation came with the anime in 1999. Since then it has reached more than 80 countries and regions. It is also considered one of the most episodes: remember that in November of last year he dedicated a special in his thousandth chapter. The live-action series premiered on Netflix on August 31, with a cast headed by Iñaki Godoy as Luffy, with Taz Skylar as Sanji, Emily Rudd as Nami, Jacob Romero Gibson as Usopp, Mackenyu as Roronoa Zoro, Morgan Davies as Koby, Ilia Isorelys Paulino as Alvida, McKinley Belcher as Arlong, Jeff Ward as Buggy, Vincent Regan as Garp, Aidan Scott as Helmeppo, Peter Gadiot as Shanks, Sven Ruygrok as Cabaji, Len-Barry Simons as Chu, Richard Wright-Firth as Officer Ukkari and Jean Henry as Fullbody. Its first season will feature the saga of the East Blue, and -Spoiler if you did not see the anime- will end when the Straw Hats set off for the Great Line.

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