Luffy and the Straw Hats are nearly on Netflix. The live-action adaptation of Eiichiro Oda’s manga arrives on the streaming service on Aug. 31, and Netflix has launched its longest trailer but to provide followers a brand new preview of the present. Netflix launched the most recent One Piece trailer on Friday in celebration of One Piece Day, which falls yearly on July 22.
The trailer reveals a bit extra in regards to the crew’s journey than we’ve seen earlier than, together with appears to be like on the Straw Hats’ ship and flag. We additionally get a number of glimpses of the villains they’ll encounter this season, together with Buggy the Star Clown.
Netflix additionally launched a brand new letter from Oda himself praising the creators of the sequence and the actors and speaking about how a lot he loved working with them:
There was a lot that went into it–all the efforts by the actors, the constructing of the world and the costumes, presenting issues in a manner that may solely be finished in reside motion, the dialogue–and your entire technique of so many individuals placing their heads collectively was a festivity in and of itself.
Oda additionally made it clear how excited he’s for this sequence to lastly be out for folks to see after seven years of labor.
“By now I simply love the manufacturing staff and solid a lot that I can’t await them to get the acclaim they deserve from everybody world wide,” Oda stated.
One Piece could have eight episodes in its first live-action season. All episodes will probably be obtainable to stream when the sequence is launched on Aug. 31.