‘ONE PIECE’ voice actor Hiroaki Hirata failed in the audition for the live-action version ‘Netflix is ​​Stringent.’

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Sanji’s Japanese dubbing was in charge even though he was rejected because of his tribal voice. “It was hard.”

Voice actor Hiroaki Hirata appeared on the special stage in ” ONE PIECE DAY’23,” held at Tokyo Big Sight on the 22nd. Hirata, who is in charge of the Japanese dubbing of Sanji, played by Spanish actor Taz Skylar, in the live-action drama “One Piece,” which will be distributed as a Netflix series from August 31, revealed the tremendous pressure of taking the audition.

” Furthermore, when he revealed that this role had passed through a voice test, he prefaced by saying, “This is just my imagination,” and revealed his heart, “If even one voice actor who played in the anime was judged to be unsatisfactory, even if the other members were good, they might say, ‘Let’s stop doing it with the original members.’

In the anime, he was in charge of voicing News Coo, the seagull, but in the live-action version, he said, “I failed the audition.” Still, he praised, “Sanji’s eyebrows are normal, and the live-action version that isn’t bound by anime is amazing. It’s brave.”

This work is famous all over the worldThe popular comic by Eiichiro Oda has been made into a live-action drama with Mr. Oda as one of the executive producers.

The Straw Hat Pirates, led by Monkey D. Luffy, set off into the open sea searching for One Piece. Mayumi Tanaka (Luffy), Kazuya Nakai (Zoro), Akemi Okamura (Nami), and Kappei Yamaguchi (Usopp) also attended the event.

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