Death Note is one of the most popular Japanese manga series created by Tsugumi Ohba. The story places a normal high school student in front of a supernatural journal. Once he writes the name of a person he knows by physiognomy in the diary, it means that he has just written a sure death sentence for that person. The magical notebook links the boy Light Yagami to a death god, Ryuk. The newly released trailer was enough to experience the dark side of Netflix.
Netflix Trailer Gives a Walkthrough of the New TV Series Even to Uninitiated
Netflix has just announced a live-action movie based on the worldwide known manga, Death Note. It was curious to find out how producers are going to adapt such odd characters from the series for the screens. A new trailer solved this curiosity, and the result gives viewers goose bumps.
The official trailer doesn’t count at all on the vast expertise of manga fans in this area. On the contrary, it was created to immerse the uninitiated into this strange fictional world. Light Turner is the main character who is actually the same as Light Yagami. Willem Defoe does the acting voice for the god of death, Ryuk.
Adam Wingard Is the Talented Director Behind Death Note Adaptation
The TV show sequences follow for a few minutes Light in his adventures that start with the deadly notebook. The pen literary becomes the most terrifying weapon. The main character soon learns that he is not in charge of the situation anymore. The climax point of the trailer shows Light becoming aware that they are not the good guys any longer.
Adam Wingard is the brain behind this new Netflix production. The young professional is the most wanted director for horror projects at the moment. Nat Wolff is the actor who impersonates the main character. Even though his career so far wasn’t wide enough, his new project has the potential to leverage him to a real movie star.
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