Netflix Gives Update On One Piece Live-Action Production Schedule
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One Piece expects to be the King of Anime when its rule races to a nearby, and it appears Netflix is anxious to enable the arrangement to overcome live-activity also. The streaming website Netflix has plans to deliver a cutting edge rendition of One Piece under the eye of designer Eiichiro Oda, and one of its officials is refreshing fans on the venture finally.

Snowpiercer appeared in the no so distant past to fan acclaim, yet Adelstein has his eye on different tasks. All things considered, ‘Tomorrow Studios’ will manage to take a shot at Netflix’s Cowboy Bebop and One Piece. So in the event that it was not for the COVID-19 flare-up, One Piece would get in progress by August.

“We were supposed to start filming [One Piece] in August in Cape Town, South Africa. We anticipate the date being able to film [now is] September, at the latest,” Adelstein explained.

“We have basically all 10 scripts written. We will start casting when we go back. My suspicion is June 1, but we will start doing our casting. We have a lot of names that we’re talking about, and we should be in production in September. We have been working very closely with Sensei Oda. So, we’re going to get started, and this one is very big. I mean, Snowpiercer was a big production; this is even bigger.”

Via: “syfy