After the huge success of the fourth season of Stranger ThingsDeadline revealed that the brothers Dufferthe creators of the franchise, are launching a new company for the streaming service known as Upside Down Picturesbut the news does not end there: a series of Death Note per Netflix.
In fact, while numerous new and potential projects are being considered, anime fans may want to know that the creators seem willing to bring a new version as well. live-action del manga.
The new television series will be a brand new version of the story of Light Yagami and the mysterious notebook that allows him to kill anyone he wants as long as he knows their name and has seen their face. Although Netflix released a movie, this new series will be completely out of the box previously mapped out, leaving plans for the sequel now in question.
The original series of Death Note it may have come to an end with Light meeting a well-deserved fate, but the creators Tsugumi Ohba e Takeshi Obata are back in the world of Ryuuk and the Shinigami through a one-shot manga sequel, which saw a new heir, a new owner of the notebook.
On top of that, the creators of the anime recently released a new series in Platinum Endwhich saw a young protagonist get involved in a bizarre tournament in which it was decided which member of humanity would become a god.
The original Death Note movie on Netflix It came out in 2017, with Nat Wolff as Light and Willem Dafoe as Ryuuk, there had been rumors that a sequel had been developed, although at this point the rumors may just be a distant memory of the past.
There is also talk of a new horror series: The Talisman, which will see the adaptation of the 1984 novel by Stephen King and Peter Straub. The premise of this series is in line with Stranger Things, as it involves a great deal of fantasy while also introducing a werewolf that the Duffer brothers describe as “the best werewolf ever.”
Looking forward to the series dedicated to the manga, at this link it is possible to discover a remarkable gem on the origin of the song presented in Stranger Things Season 4.
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