Netflix’s One Piece star Emily Rudd, who plays Nami, revealed the anime bits she’s most excited to see in the live-action TV adaptation.
One of the main stars of Netflix’s live-action One Piece series, Emily Rudd (Nami), has revealed the parts of the anime she’s most excited to see in the adaptation — and it’s not Marineford loved by fans.
Through user . “I really hope we can make it to Water 7/Enies Lobby!” she speaks. Plus, she’s committed to playing Nami for as long as they let her and looking forward to filming scenes with upcoming character Vivi, Rudd revealed that she kept her dagger and that—she didn’t literally stabbed himself in his icon. ‘Help me’ scene.
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Rudd’s comments were similar to those of her fellow live-action star Mackenyu. Actor Zoro recently revealed his favorite stories at the Geek Festival in Peru, with “Enies Lobby” also among the top three choices. Meanwhile, Buggy actor Jeff Ward revealed at Fan Expo earlier this year that he was excited to adapt “Impel Down” with Iñaki Godoy, giving the impression that the cast’s favorite parts The live-action capsule seems to coincide with fierce resistance against the invaders. World government.
Rudd’s choice is hardly surprising, as the “Enies Lobby” arc is also one of the most beloved among fans and arguably one of the story’s biggest turning points. CBR’s One Piece: 5 Times It Proved to Be the Best Anime of Its Generation (& 5 Times It Fell Short) lists “Enies Lobby” as the series’ high point, while the 10 Best One Piece Anime Arcs , ranked goes even further by placing it among them. top five installments of the series.
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Both Crunchyroll and Netflix stream the “Enies Lobby” season of One Piece. However, the latter is currently streaming the entire anime series and describes One Piece as follows: “Monkey. D. Luffy refuses to let anyone or anything hinder his journey to become king of all pirates. With a course charted for the treacherous waters of the Grand Line and beyond, here is one captain who will never give up until he has claimed the greatest treasure on Earth: the legendary One Piece! ”
Source: Emily Rudd via One Piece Netflix Fan on X (formerly Twitter)