Deadline Reported On Wednesday that the Duffer Brothers, working on a new live-action project Death Note. Death note is one of the most popular manga/anime series, written by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata. Duffer Brothers (Matt Duffer and Ross Duffer) working on the series on the newly formed studio Upside Down Pictures. Deadline Said, that this will be a “new take” from Netflix’s previous live-action Death Note Movie.
Death Note Manga was Made into 37 Episodes of TV Anime in 2006. Netflix released a live-action Death Note film by director Adam Wingard in August 2017. It stars Nat Wolff as Light Turner, Keith Stanfield as L, Margaret Qualley as Mia Sutton, Willem Dafoe as the voice of Ryuk, Paul Nakauchi as Watari, and Shea Whigham as James Turner.
Myanimelist describes the story-
Brutal murders, petty thefts, and senseless violence pollute the human world. In contrast, the realm of death gods is a humdrum, unchanging gambling den. The ingenious 17-year-old Japanese student Light Yagami and sadistic god of death Ryuk share one belief: their worlds are rotten. For his own amusement, Ryuk drops his “Death Note” into the human world. Light stumbles upon it, deeming the first of its rules ridiculous: the human whose name is written in this note shall die. However, the temptation is too great, and Light experiments by writing a felon’s name, which disturbingly enacts his first murder. Aware of the terrifying godlike power that has fallen into his hands, Light under the alias “Kira” follows his wicked sense of justice with the ultimate goal of cleansing the world of all evil-doers. The meticulous mastermind detective L is already on his trail, but as Light’s brilliance rivals L’s, the grand chase for Kira turns into an intense battle of wits that can only end when one of them is dead.
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