Death Note Live Action Lead Casted….Possibly.

Published October 23, 2015 by Shay Taree

So as many of you may know or may not know Warner Bros in the United States has been planning to do a live action of the hit anime series Death Note. 

Well I was reading through my news feed and realized that they have actually just casted the lead for the live action. They decided to cast Nat Wolff 

  
who was a lead character in A Fault In Our Stars and also the movie Paper Towns. From what I read they were in the final negotiations. 

Now I don’t know how I feel about this. I mean I think he’s a great actor but I wonder how his take on Light Yagami 

  
is going to be. I think it will be interesting to see. 

Now I know that live action anime’s have a bad reputations but will anyone see this live action? I’m still on the fence but what about everyone else. Comment down below on what you think. 

~Anime Reviewer Girl!

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17 comments on “Death Note Live Action Lead Casted….Possibly.

  • I just did a review on my blog on Death Note, and I don’t know how much faith I have in Nat Wolff play Light at this time. I thought of Light to be a bit more attractive than Nat, (no offense Nat), and also if they are planning on staying to the anime/manga accurately they would have to base the actors and the setting in Japan. Either way I’m excited that they’re making this movie cause this is new information to me, however if the character of L is not properly represented as the low-key dreamboat that he is then I am going to be very upset.

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