One Piece Manga Getting A Live-action TV Show By Prison Break And Teen Wolf Production House.

One Piece is allegedly getting a Hollywood live-action show adaptation as a part of the 20th anniversary of the manga series.

The Hollywood television show adaptation of Eiichiro Oda’s One Piece manga series will be a partnership production between Tomorrow Studios, Marty Adelstein (Prison Break, Teen Wolf) and ITV Studios.

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“There have been many stories about making a live-action movie in the past 20 years.  About three years ago,  I decided to make a live-action picture. After many twists and turns, I found a good partner.  Today on the 20th anniversary, we made the production announcement. This is actually a coincidence, I am very happy.  This announcement may cause some anxiety but my condition was to never betray the fans who supported my work for 20 years,” Oda said in a statement.

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The two-hour anime television series​ One Piece Episode of East Blue: Luffy to 4-nin no Nakama no Daibōken (Luffy and His 4 Crewmates’ Big Adventure), will air on August 26 in Japan. The special will be a complete new work featuring scenes from the beginning of the anime series till the crew enters the Grand Line. The One Piece special will also feature anime versions of the original manga’s chapter cover stories as part of the special’s ending credits. The manga will also get a new video game which was announced as “CODE NAME DAWN,” early this week.

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Eiichiro Oda launched One Piece manga in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine in July 19, 1997, with the chapters collected into 85 tankōbon volumes to date. Toei Animation premiere the anime show adaptation of the manga in 1999, in Japan.

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