Few might say with all sincerity that the Live-Action film based on the Death Note manga and produced by Netflix in 2017 was good. As many manga fanatics and anime expressed their annoyance in this regard that "history was westernized" and the fact that the arches of the characters were changed to pleasure. In spite of this, the film had moderate success among the casual public, and the producer Ten Sarandos confirmed that Netflix tagged it "with considerable success".
Subsequently, the writers explained that the negative reception really made them feel bad, since they were also fanatics of the original manga and expressed that their mission was "do something different with the franchise". However, Netflix could give a turn to the concept at Death Note 2, which is scheduled to continue with the history of the first film but with some key differences.
It is unknown exactly what these differences will be, but the WGTC portal ensured that production will be bet this time by focusing on horror. The scriptwriter of Mortal Kombat, Greg Russo, is in charge of the script, so that production could give a track of his work in Death Note 2. A change could also point out that Netflix would be planning a soft-reboot with another protagonist, although It is less likely.
Synopsis of Death Note (Netflix)
In Seattle, Washington, the High School Student Light Turner runs up with the "Death Note", a mysterious leather-bound notebook with instructions that say when writing a person's name, that person will die in the prescribed manner. Light then meets the God of death Ryuk, the owner of the notebook. Ryuk convinces LIGHT to use the notebook; Light writes the name of a bully and shortly after he is a witness to his death in a strange accident. That night, Light tries again, using the name of his mother's killer, Anthony Skomal, and the next morning he finds out his father James, a police detective, Skomal died as he had written Light. In school, Light It shows the book to MIA and is demonstrated by killing a criminal delinquent known during a situation of televised hostage. The two decide to work together to rid the world of criminals and terrorists, using the name "Kira" (derived from the Japanese transliteration of "Killer", to divert attention from the investigation of its continent).