One Piece is perhaps prepping to concentrate on one of many largest moments of the Conflict For Wano in its anime, however the live-action sequence is aiming to simply get began on August thirty first. The promotional supplies launched thus far specializing in this new tackle the Grand Line has piqued anime followers’ consideration, as many are hesitant within the face of the “live-action anime curse”. Now, in a brand new interview, the cast that make up the live-action Straw Hats handle the “curse” and the way they’re hoping to keep away from it with their undertaking arriving subsequent month.

Chatting with GamesRadar+, Inaki Godoy, the younger actor that’s bringing Monkey D. Luffy to life addressed the query of the live-action anime curse head-on, “Effectively, the show is made by individuals who love One Piece. We love the manga, we love the anime, we expect they’re nice. And the one factor we need to do is honor that and get extra folks into it. We do not need to do anything however honor the work of Mr. Oda and get extra folks to get pleasure from it too, as a result of it is such a strong story. And the entire world ought to learn about it.”

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Can Luffy Beat The Curse?

Godoy then defined that with this new tackle the Straw Hat Pirates’ story, the inventive minds concerned are hoping to herald a a lot bigger viewers to the franchise through the live-action sequence, “I imply, so many individuals learn about One Piece already. However I would like your grandpa to know what One Piece is. I would like your grandma – I would like all people to know what One Piece is. And, for the people who find themselves already followers, to have the ability to relive these iconic moments. And you realize, there’s one thing actually particular about seeing your favourite characters as actual folks too. There is a particular sort of magic to it.”

There have been fairly just a few live-action anime diversifications previously with choices like Bleach, Rurouni Kenshin, and Fullmetal Alchemist seemingly in a position to dodge the curse, whereas others equivalent to Dragon Ball Evolution and Knights of The Zodiac had been unable to take action in keeping with many followers. Whereas Netflix did not discover success with its live-action tackle Cowboy Bebop, the streaming service remains to be hoping that they’ll flip the ship with One Piece, Avatar The Final Airbender, and Yu Yu Hakusho to call just a few.

Through GamesRadar+