The interpreter of Nami Emily Rudd in the Netflix live-action ONE PIECE is a huge fan of anime, and she tells it to fans… Just as she remembers throwing away something that she now really wants to replay with.
The cast of live-action Netflix Of ONE PIECE told fans more about himself in a series of interviews conducted by Netflix, and in one of these Emily Rudd a.k.a. Nami reveals his preferences in terms of animeand his regrets for throwing away something that would still have been a great source of entertainment today.
Da Dragon Ball a Demon Slayer
That Emily Rudd is a big fan of anime and manga is certainly no secret to those who follow her on social media, but the actress who plays Nami in the Netflix live-action ONE PIECE recently spoke about the anime that influenced her childhood. and those he is looking at at the moment.
“I grew up with Dragon Ball Z, Pokémon, Yu-Gi-Oh. I saw Spirited Away in theaters when it came out. Anime made me who I am today 100%!” ha raccontato a Growing Up Geeked “And then Sailor Moon. I kept letting my parents rent the Sailor Moon movie, they couldn’t take it anymore! But I loved it, women looked so cool and powerful, like they could do anything! And, of course, it solidified the place animation had in my life“.
ONE PIECE, the protagonist of the live-action Netflix Iñaki Godoy loves video games: “I love Mario Bros. and Zelda!”
“Now I’m rereading One Piece and I’m watching Demon Slayer … Beautiful!” he added.
Regrets related… To Pokémon
“There is one thing I regret though: I wish I hadn’t thrown away my Pokémon cards and my Game Boy Color with all the Pokémon games, because now I want to play them again!he later revealedI always say bad things about it… ‘Why did you do it, why?? I keep asking! But you learn by making mistakes, I guess“.
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Emily Rudd will be among the protagonists of the live-action One Piece arriving on August 31 on Netflix.