The live-action series A piece dominated the Netflix since its world premiere in August, and the director behind the series has revealed that there are a few Easter eggs this did not make it into the final version of Gol D. Roger’s execution scene.
The live-action adaptation of A piece The beginning is very similar to the manga Eiichiro Odawith the execution of Gold Roger before the start of the next era of pirates and the search for the famous One Piece treasure.
Unused scenes of Gol D. Roger’s execution
Second comic booksdirector Marc Jobstrecently spoke to naEKRANIEpl on YouTube about his work on the series and revealed that there were some Easter eggs this did not make it into the final version of Gol D. Roger’s execution scene.
He explained that since Eiichiro Oda always returns to reveal new information about the manga series, the team behind the Netflix series had the same plan with these Easter eggs this did not make it to the final version.
“Hell, you know, there was more. We had more Easter eggs, you know. We shot a lot of stuff for those scenes, and it would be nice if maybe in season two… because [o criador de One Piece, Eiichiro Oda], often dates back to the execution of Gold Roger. So there’s a lot of material that we shot that we didn’t use, and it might be fun to use some of that stuff later to build a bigger picture of the execution of Gold Roger. I don’t know what the showrunners had in mind, but we had a lot of other Easter eggs that never made it to the final cut.“.
What to expect from the second season of One Piece?
It hasn’t yet been revealed how Netflix will approach One Piece season 2, but it’s in production as the writers returned to work once the strike ended.
If you continue to follow the manga, the next steps will be to bring the Straw Hats to Loguetown, where the execution of Gol D. Roger took place, then there will be the introduction of Chopper, and then tell the story arc of Alabasta, which connects with Moroccan Works. , introduced at the beginning of the live-action.