Expectations of the A PIECE of live action have skyrocketed and despite some problems on the roadmap due to Covid, production remains ambitious and largely anchored in the mystery. Recently the creator of the implementation for Netflix took the opportunity to attend an interview and reveal some details.

Although the live-action writers have not yet unbalanced the actors who will be playing Mugiwara, some hypotheses have already found a perfect candidate for Nami in Emily Rudd. The scriptwriter in the last few days, anyway Matt Owens participated in an interview on a YouTube channel sharing the franchise's experience in his life:

β€œWhen I was in my twenties I was in a bad but bad depression. So I looked for a show that would take my time and prevent me from doing or thinking about anything else. I made sure of that that the time had come ... to see it all IN ONE PIECE And in a couple of months I had reached Punk Hazard from the start.

One of the best things about ONE PIECE is that the work deals with stories where everyone has suffered tragedy and pain in their life, but that is not what defines them. What defines you is how you choose to use your past to motivate your future, but what makes the difference is being close to someone. Nobody has to be alone. When you can find people to help lift you up and motivate you, that is the greatest force in this world. And that's the story I want to introduce to the world. That's why I know how much Oda cares about ONE PIECE. It means a lot to me because I honestly believe that ONE PIECE saved my life. As if he looked me in the eye and reached out his hand to say, "I trust you."

As for you, what do you think of the live-action scriptwriter's experience instead? Let us know with a comment below.

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