One Piece live-action cast: Who’s in the new Netflix show?

One Piece 1000 Commemorative Battle of Onigashima Visual - Photo Courtesy: Funimation
One Piece 1000 Commemorative Battle of Onigashima Visual - Photo Courtesy: Funimation /

Cowboy Bebop isn’t the only late ’90s anime that will receive a live-action adaption from Netflix!

Ahead of its legendary 1,000th episode, One Piece was announced to be finally receiving yet another adaptation. This time, it will be produced and later released by none other than Netflix.

Naturally, this got longtime fans of the anime series extremely excited for what’s in store! Not only were they curious about which arcs would be adapted in this upcoming release, but they were also curious to see just who will be playing the roles of the many characters they have come to know and love tremendously ever since 1999.

We, too, were super thrilled to know more about the official cast of the Netflix original series, and we finally got word on just who the lucky actors and actresses will be.

One Piece cast (live-action)

The cast for the exciting upcoming Netflix live-action adaption of One Piece is as follows:

  • Mackenyu as Roronoa Zoro
  • Emily Rudd as Nami
  • Jacob Romero Gibson as Usopp
  • Taz Skylar as Sanji
  • Inaki Godoy as Monkey D. Luffy

And last but certainly not least, Inaki Godoy will be joining the cast to play our favorite shounen protagonist, Monkey D. Luffy!

See Godoy in the official announcement for the cast, courtesy of One Piece‘s Twitter, below.

On March 8, Netflix announced more cast members that will be joining the One Piece live-action movie. They join the crop of cast members that were revealed late in 2021. Fans are surely thrilled to see faces to the names they know and love.

Check out the six additional performers have been added to the cast:

  • Morgan Davies as Koby
  • Ilia Isorelys Paulino as Alvida
  • McKinley Belcher as Arlong
  • Jeff Ward as Buggy
  • Vincent Regan as Garp
  • Aidan Scott as Helmeppo

A release date for this upcoming series has yet to be announced, but we will be sure to update you once we have word on when you can expect this highly anticipated live-action adaptation..

While you wait for the One Piece live-action series to come your way, feel free to check out the first four seasons of the beloved anime series currently streaming right now on Netflix!

FanSided Entertainment staff contributed to this report.

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