A recently captured image of a production lot for the One Piece live-action show displays two ship set pieces seemingly fully built. In addition, the ships look to be Alvida’s pirate ship and a Navy ship.
The One Piece live-action series is seemingly entering its filming stage. The construction of these set pieces, as well as previous leaks regarding Zoro’s Three Sword Style, would imply pre-production is at an end.
Follow along as this article breaks down the significance of these leaks and more.
Live-action One Piece series seemingly nearing end of pre-production with two ship set pieces spotted in production lot
One Piece live-action ship set piece leaks
The One Piece live-action series seems to be approaching the production stage. Recent photos show what seem to be Alvida’s ship, a Navy ship, and a yet unfinished ship still being built.
With One Piece’s live-action clearly moving right along with pre-production, it's likely filming will begin soon. Such massive set pieces also imply that the One Piece live-action series is working with a massive budget, something which hopefully translates into a great adaptation.
Certainly, if the completed ships are anything to go off of, the One Piece live-action series is doing a great adaptation job so far. Hopes are certainly high, with One Piece creator and author Eiichiro Oda working very closely with the live-action team. Many One Piece fans are hopeful this live-action performance will break the mold and prove to be entertaining and high-quality.
Previous leaks showcased someone who appeared to be Mackenyu (Roronoa Zoro’s live-action actor) practicing Zoro’s Three Sword Style in late 2021. Given the accuracy the live-action series seems to be approaching its adaptation with so far, signs are encouraging for a high-quality One Piece live-action series.
However, wariness is still important, as previous live-action adaptations have looked promising before failing spectacularly. While One Piece fans are certainly hopeful their live-action adaptation will be different, they unfortunately won’t know for sure until the series is released.
The One Piece live-action leaks so far have now showcased Zoro’s Three Sword Style being practiced, as well as massive ship set pieces being constructed. If nothing else, the pre-production phase of One Piece’s live-action show is seemingly prioritizing accuracy.
While this is encouraging, fans should still be wary and prepared for the worst. Almost no live-action TV or film adaptation of an anime has worked yet, with some being incredibly infamous for their poor quality.