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Mexican actor Iñaki Godoy leads the cast of the series One Piece | Digital Trends Spanish

The version live action One Piece that Netflix is ​​preparing already has its cast confirmed and full of international actors, led by Mexican Iñaki Godoy, Emily Rudd and Mackenyu.

Iñaki Godoy will play the role of Monkey D. Luffy, while Emily Rudd will be Nami and Mackenyu will be Roronoa Zoro. The rest of the main cast is completed by Jacob Romero Gibson in the role of Usopp and Taz Skylar in the role of Sanji.

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This cast has received the blessing of Eiichiro Oda, the creator of One Piece. “We have decided the actors after many discussions with people from all over the world,” explains Oda in a statement published by Netflix, assuring that there is still some time for the series to be ready but that its authors are sure that the final result it will be appreciated by fans.

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Oda also says that the process of carrying One piece A version with real actors is not easy, especially when working with people from different cultures, but at the same time that is what allows us to “create something special”.

The announcement of the Cast, according to Eiichiro Oda, is the only thing they can announce for now and they did it precisely to avoid unwanted leaks.

It is also known that the first episode of the series will be titled “Romance Dawn” and it will surely serve to introduce the main characters not only to the fans, but also to the new public that may have never seen the original work and that will reach the world. from One piece just with this series.

There is no estimated date for the premiere of One piece nor is it known what the format will be to release the chapters, but the fact that Eiichiro Oda is behind the production is a minimum guarantee of quality.

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