The director of photography of One Piece revealed the development status of the second season of the Netflix series and the plans for its continuation.
the series that is a live action on One Piece It was an absolute success for Netflix, and the streaming network plans to continue exploring the product as long as its numbers remain high.
We can suspect this, but it has not been confirmed at what rate we will watch the next seasons on Netflix. Now, the director of photography Nicole Hirsch Whitaker offers us an important piece of information that explains this.
Nicole Hirsch Whitaker confirmed during an interview with The Direct that second season on One Piece It was originally written before the Hollywood writers’ strike began: “They started writing and then the strike happened“.
The first pre-production piece of new era on One Piece It’s complete, but still needs rolling. However, this is not something that will last long because Time is the same for everyone…
The One Piece series for Netflix has a point in common with Harry Potter
“For the second season, there will be a lot of material to do based on the series. But it will be like Harry Potterthey need to do it right away before everyone gets old”, added the director of photography of the series.
Iñaki Godoy the protagonist of the series and also the youngest member of the cast, He is now 20 years old while the character he played, Luffy, started his adventure at 17 years old.
Although it seems otherwise, his adventures do not extend too much in time and, after time jump in the work of Eiichiro Order, Luffy It is only two years old.
So in the live action of One Piece for Netflix they tried to shorten the East Blue Saga on first season, and they want to rush to film the next installments before their casts continue to age.