Death note left more than one fan traumatized with the premiere of the film live action from Netflix, since it greatly modified the characters.
The adaptation was viewed by many as caricaturing the original work, so it received mixed comments from the public.
Despite this, Netflix still working on a sequel for him live action from Death note, but this time they promise that they will stick more to the manga to enchant the fans.
Adam Wingard, who directed Godzilla vs. Kong, was in charge of the first film of this Japanese work, and this time, the sequel will have the support of a renowned screenwriter.
Greg russo is taking over the story, and in a recent interview with We Got This Covered, spoke of his desire to wear the live action from Death note back to the original work.
Although he did not reveal many details about this production, he showed that he is a great fan of the manga, and that he will try to adapt it as closely as possible.
‘… I’m a huge fan of manga, I’m a huge fan of the original work and I think it’s one of the best manga ever written. And for me, I did not participate in the first Netflix Death Note movie, but I came in with a point of view with what I want to do in the sequel. And part of what I want is to go back to the original work. ‘
Greg russo assured that this does not mean that it will be exactly the version of Death note that everyone expects, but at least it will have a much greater relationship.
All we ask is that they do not distort the work to make it something comical, and that this duel of intelligence between Light and L stay true.
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