More than a thousand episodes and manga chapters of One Piece by Eiichiro Oda have been published, while fifteen feature films have explored subjects that are too epic for a television animation. A major new chapter in the One Piece series has been opened with the release of One Piece Film: Red.
People all around the world were talking about the premiere of One Piece Film: Red, but now they want to know how they can see this exciting new chapter in the One Piece saga.
One Piece Film: Red is a daring departure from the series’ usual formula in which Luffy and the Straw Hat Pirates are practically relegated to supporting roles. The film focuses on Uta, a famous singer who is ready to give her first-ever live concert.
The Devil Fruit is linked to Uta’s musical magic, therefore her first public performance may be her last. Japanese moviegoers showed their undying enthusiasm for seeing Luffy and the Straw Hat Pirates on the big screen with the record-breaking success of One Piece Film: Red.
With the upcoming live-action version of One Piece on Netflix, now is a great opportunity to see One Piece Film: Red before the series reaches new heights.
Where to Watch One Piece Film Red?
On August 6, 2022, One Piece Film: Red was released in Japan, where it quickly became the year’s highest-grossing film and the sixth-highest-grossing Japanese film of all time, anime or otherwise.
North American fans finally got to see Luffy and Uta’s voyage on November 4, 2023, following the international release of One Piece Film: Red a few months earlier. The release of One Piece Film: Red on July 27th made it easier than ever to see the film after it had been removed from cinemas.
In anticipation of Netflix’s live-action One Piece, the One Piece Film: Red is currently streaming on Crunchyroll. One Piece Film: Red is now available to view on Crunchyroll with the two recent One Piece movies, One Piece: Stampede and One Piece Film: Gold, as well as more than 975 episodes of the anime.
Crunchyroll has made it easier than ever for fans of One Piece to lose themselves in the series. Non-Crunchyroll customers may still watch One Piece Film: Red thanks to its availability for rental on Vudu and Apple TV.
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There was a time when it wasn’t automatic that a foreign release of a One Piece film would also be dubbed into English (or any other language). Since One Piece is one of Crunchyroll’s most popular series, the movie One Piece Film: Red has been dubbed into English and is available on the site alongside the original Japanese.
Amanda Lee provides the voice acting for Uta in the English dub, but Ado’s original Japanese score is used for her musical numbers.
Is One Piece Film: Red Canon?
Most anime movies tell storylines that have nothing to do with the rest of the series’ continuity. This is usually the case with One Piece films, which might lead to doubts about the significance of the stories being told. There are certain discrepancies in One Piece Film: Red that lead me to believe it is not a totally canon plot.
And yet, there are still key components in the film that may be taken at face value as canon and are thus likely to reappear in some form in the future. One Piece Film: Red’s most important canonical element is Uta, Shank’s adopted daughter.
Oda not only designed Uta, but also wrote the script for One Piece Film: Red, which is unusual for the series. Uta’s brief debut in the One Piece manga and Oda’s greater engagement in the One Piece Film: Red both suggest that she is, at the very least, genuine.
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