The new Death Note Netflix series employs Halia Abdel-Meguid as a screenwriter

Miss Annity writer will become the executive producer of the Duffer Brothers project from Stranger Things

Matt Duffer and Ross Duffer (Stranger Things), also known as Duffer Brothers, are working on the program in their new Upside Down production studio.Abdel-Meguid is a writer consultant when adapting the studio Stephen King and the novel by Peter Straub Talisman.The planned Death Note series will be the “new shot” of the previous Netflix Death Note movie (pictured on the right).

Netflix released the film Death Note director Adam Wingard in August 2017.Starring Nat Wolff as Light Turner, Keith Stanfield as L, Margaret Qualley as Karen Sutton, Willem Dafoe as the voice of Ryuka, Paul Nakauchi as Watari and Shea Whigham as James Turner.

In the original, suspenseful manga of Ohby and Obaty from 2003-2006, a teenager Light Yagami finds a notebook with which he can kill people by writing their names.He begins an anointed crusade against criminals from around the world, and the game begins with a kitty and a mouse with the authorities and one idiosyncrat, brilliant detective.

Manga inspired the 37-episode television series Anime in 2006-2007.

Live Movie Films Death Note and Death Note: The Last Name premiered in Japan in 2006 and were based on manga stories, although with significant changes in the end of history.Tatsuya Fujiwara appeared in the films as Light, Ken’ichi Matsuyama as L, Erika Toda as Misa Aman and Shidou Nakamura as the voice of Ryuka.VIZ Media displayed films in cinemas in the United States in 2008 and released both in home video recordings with English dubbing.

Spinoff acting film L Change the World, debuted in Japan in 2008

The acting film Death Note Light Up the New World debuted in November 2016.It takes place 10 years after the events of the original history and contains new characters that compete with over six Death Notes on Earth.

Source: Deadline

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