Netflix’s ‘One Piece’ Cast Share a New Video Ahead of Production Start

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We’ve been covering the One Piece series in development from Netflix for some time now. After they finally confirmed the main cast, we haven’t heard much about the project’s potential production start. The cast was slowly arriving in South Africa, but we were still waiting for any update, especially with the holidays are just around the corner. Manga creator Eiichiro Oda has been heavily involved in the project and included it in his regular announcements.

While promoting the upcoming One Piece Film Red and teasing next year’s 25th anniversary during Jump Festa, we even got a nice surprise for the Western production. Emily Rudd, Iñaki Godoy, Mackenyu, Jacob Romero Gibson, and Taz Skylar appeared in a new video to tease that production is slowly kicking off.

During the event, Oda also offered an update on what’s to come alongside the next One Piece film. @WSJ_manga was kind enough to share the translation where he highlights the Western production and his excitement for the cast.

It’s curious that the video hasn’t been shared on the official Netflix Twitter channel, but they might have wanted this to be a Jump Festa exclusive announcement. Avatar: The Last Airbender was announced through social media, but we’ll see if they are still in some phase of pre-production. A first look at Mackenyu‘s stunt training found its way online not too long ago, but it’s uncertain if the cast and team are heading home for the holidays. If production is revving up, here’s hoping we get a first look at the cast in their respective costumes as well as a

It’s curious that the video hasn’t been shared on the official Netflix Twitter channel, but they might have wanted this to be a Jump Festa exclusive announcement. Avatar: The Last Airbender was announced through social media, but we’ll see if they are still in some phase of pre-production. A first look at Mackenyu‘s stunt training found its way online not too long ago, but it’s uncertain if the cast and team are heading home for the holidays. If production is revving up, here’s hoping we get a first look at the cast in their respective costumes as well as a

It’s curious that the video hasn’t been shared on the official Netflix Twitter channel, but they might have wanted this to be a Jump Festa exclusive announcement. Avatar: The Last Airbender was announced through social media, but we’ll see if they are still in some phase of pre-production. A first look at Mackenyu‘s stunt training found its way online not too long ago, but it’s uncertain if the cast and team are heading home for the holidays. If production is revving up, here’s hoping we get a first look at the cast in their respective costumes as well as a hint at the supporting cast that was hinted at some time ago.

Source: YouTube, Twitter

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