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This crazy week of June isn’t all about video games. No, Geoff Keighley’s Summer Game Fest and the few scheduled conferences like Bethesda’s and Xbox’s aren’t going to monopolize all the light. The reason ? Netflix used this big reveal week to launch Netflix Geeked Week.
- Netflix: Numerous projects presented for Geeked Week
- The live-action series reveals more about its sets
Netflix: Numerous projects presented for Geeked Week
Kick-off was at 6:00 p.m. today There are beautiful people invited to the party. There are quite a few projects in Netflix’s boxes just waiting to be revealed in broad daylight, while others are offering a nice showcase ahead of their next release. Of course, the American SVOD giant didn’t want to pull off its most extravagant revelations from the very first hour, but it still had the merit of starting hostilities with a series that has many eyes on, namely the One Piece series in live-action.
On the fringes of this landmark week, the personalities we find in front of and behind the camera spoke to them in a way, defended their project and gave speeches to fans to increase the pressure around the series. Iñaki Godoy, who lends his facial features to Luffy’s character, therefore decided just like the director
The live-action series reveals more about its sets
Once again we find the one who lends his face to the captain of the Mugiwara, albeit exceptionally accompanied by the series’ two showrunners, Steve Maeda and Matt Owens. As a gift for this video, the trio takes us to discover some of the series’ sets that were at the heart of the shooting phases in South Africa. A wide range of concept art will be unveiled there, and one can admire sketches by Vogue Merry, among others
Aside from the Straw Hat crewmen’s legendary first boat, there’s another ship that deserves a pretty spotlight, it’s the Baratie. Since the live-action series has planned to adapt the manga’s early arcs, the boat in which Luffy meets Chief Zeff and his right-hand man Sanji takes a prominent place there. ! Much more than quoting the first members of Luffy’s crew, it also pronounces the name of a famous antagonist, as the arc in which Arlong appears is currently occupying the teams creating the sets. Anyway, they’re dying to show us more as well as we can’t wait to see the final result!