If you remember last year we said that ‘Death Note’ will knock the door of Netflix, well, the wait is over because your favorite streaming service has released the teaser of this upcoming series. In 2016 we said that Willem Dafoe (who played Green Goblin in Spider-Man) has signed on to give the voice of Ryuk the Shinigami in upcoming Death Note film of Adam Wingard. Well, now you can the teaser of this series on YouTube. We would like to tell that Ryuk is the creature in the series made the titular books and follows Light Tuner around while remarking how he uses its power.
Death Note is a Japanese manga series written by Tsugumi Ohna and Takeshi Obata took the credit of illustration. Basically, the story follows Light Yagami, a high school boy who discovers a supernatural notebook from a Shinigami known as Ryuk that grants its user the capability and power to finish anyone whose name and face he knows. The series focuses around attempts of lights to create and reign the world ‘cleansed of evil’ as ‘Almighty’ using the notebook, and the efforts of a detective known as L to stop him.
Your favorite streaming service Netflix aired the first teaser for Death Note. As we said above that series is based on the well-liked Japanese manga. The March is about to over and Netflix also released the upcoming titles of April. As we know many shows will say goodbye and many will say hello to this streaming platform. So, if you’re a fan of X-Files, Angels and Buffy etc. then we would like to tell these series will say goodbye to Netflix. One side if fans are upset that their favorite shows are leaving Netflix then on another hand many people are eagerly waiting for new titles as well.
The strange detective is tasked with searching out who is behind a series of unexplainable assassins around the globe. What’s really happening, it turns out, is that the vital character, Light, has attained a titular Death Note, a tool used by Japanese death Gods. The book has the capability to instantly finish kill anybody whose name is written into the pages. The issue for Light, though, is that he does not know the real name of L. In fact, no one does.
L, played in the movie by Keith Stanfield, is a young, incredibly amazing investigator. He is also a full weirdo, a hermit of sorts who does not really stick to the rule of gentle society. In the picture, which shows L facing down Nat Wolff’s Light Turner, the detective has his back the audience and crouching in his seat in solely weird style. He is a strange guy for sure, but it’s ditto this off brilliance that makes him the accurate person to try to bring stop killings of Light.
Alright, hopefully, you will love the teaser and this series will come to Netflix on 25th August 2017. Stay tuned to Netflix.