Death Note :The film is planned for a 2017 release.

 

Death Note :Netflix will develop the film, which is written by Jeremy Slater, directed by Adam Wingard, and starring Nat Wolff, Margaret Qualley, and Keith Stanfield. The movie is in post-production after filming wrapped in early September, and it will be available streaming on Netflix in 2017.

A young man comes to possess a supernatural notebook, the Death Note, that grants him the power to kill any person simply by writing down their name on the pages. He then decides to use the notebook to kill criminals and change the world, but an enigmatic detective attempts to track him down and end his reign of terror.

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  • Masi Oka

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Light from Death Note.jpgLight Yagami ) is a fictional character and the protagonist of the manga series Death Note, created by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata. He is a bored young genius who finds the Death Note dropped by the Shinigami Ryuk by pure chance. Using the notebook, which allows its owner to kill anyone simply by knowing their name and face, Light becomes a serial-murderer known as Kira (キラ) in an attempt to create and rule a utopia cleansed of criminals, with him at the helm as a “god”.Light was born on February 28, 1986. He is an acknowledged genius, placing first in national exam tables and university entrance exams.He is also athletic and attractive, but seems haunted, with a face that can easily become twisted. At the beginning of the story Light is a student in his last year of high school; he later attends To-Oh University (東応大学 Tōō Daigaku).By the end of the series, Light is able to garner most of the world’s support, reaching the point where his followers have begun to worship him as a literal deity. However, a fatal mistake by Teru Mikami caused by the actions of Mello, results in Light’s capture by Near, the SPK (Special Provision for Kira) and Japanese police. Seeing that Light has finally lost, he is killed when Ryuk writes his name in his own Death Note, just as the Shinigami had warned when they first met.

Misa Amane is a fictional character in the manga series Death Note, created by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata. A famous model, Misa seeks out mass-murderer Kira (Light Yagami) as she supports his cause to “cleanse the world of evil”. Using her own Death Note, a notebook that allows its owner to kill anyone simply by knowing their name and face that she received from the ShinigamiRem, Misa does everything she can to aid Light. This includes shortening her own lifespan by half, twice, in order to receive the eyes of a Shinigami, giving her the ability to learn a person’s name just by looking at their face. Although Misa fills the traditional role of the love interest, her relationship with Light is one-sided as he uses her simply for his own gains.

Ryuk  is a fictional character in the manga series Death Note, created by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata. He is a bored Shinigami that drops a Death Note, a notebook that allows you to kill anyone simply by knowing their name and face, into the human world in order to have fun. It is picked up by Light Yagami, a young genius who uses it in an attempt to create and rule a utopia cleansed of evil, with him at the helm as a “god”.Ohba said that he always mentioned apples in the thumbnails because he wished to use “the dying message that Shinigami only eat apples” and therefore he needed Ryuk to hold apples and that “There’s no other reason.” Ohba also said that he specifically chose apples as the red “goes well” with Ryuk’s black body and that the apples “fit well” with Ryuk’s “big” mouth.When Obata informed Ohba that apples held religious and psychological significance and that a person could “read a lot” into the inclusion of apples and that he assumed that was the reason why Ohba included the apples, Ohba said that he did not “think about that at all” and that he believes that “apples are cool… that’s it. [laughs]” Ohba added that he felt including aspects that could become later plot points was beneficial, and the apples were used as a point when Light asked Ryuk to search for the cameras in exchange for apple.

L from Death Note.pngL Lawlietexclusively known by the mononym L, is a fictional character in the manga series Death Note, created by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata. He is an eccentric genius and international private detective, reputed to be the world’s greatest, who takes on cases that have stymied national governments and Interpol. He opposes the series’ main character Light Yagami by trying to prove his correct suspicion that Light is the mass-murderer called “Kira” who is attempting to create and rule a world “cleansed of evil” as its “God”.

Soichiro Yagami (夜神 総一郎 Yagami Sōichirō?) is Light’s father and a police officer that initially leads the Kira investigation team that later joins with L.  When L begins to suspect Light of being Kira, Soichiro is unwilling to believe his son would be capable of such a thing. After L’s death, he is sent to retrieve the Death Note stolen by Mello by obtaining Shinigami Eyes and infiltrate Mello’s hideout, though Light had planned for Matsuda to fill the role.He retrieves the note and learns Mello’s real name, but is unable to kill him, and is instead fatally wounded. Because Light has given up his Death Note, making his lifespan visible above his head, Soichiro dies believing that Light is not Kira. In the film series, Soichiro discovering that Light is Kira and holding him as he dies – but chooses to hide the knowledge from his family.

Watari (ワタリ?) is L’s assistant, providing logistics to the investigation team. Before the team is formed, he is the only person who has seen L, and the only one capable of contacting L directly. Like L, he represents himself with an Old English “W” on computer screens. He is also a fatherly figure to L. On the surface he is Quillish Wammy (キルシュ・ワイミー Kirushu Waimī?), a famous inventor and founder of Wammy’s House, an orphanage for gifted children in Winchester, England. Watari is well trained in espionage and marksmanship. Rem kills Watari, along with L, in order to protect Misa. At the end of the manga, Roger Ruvie, the manager of Wammy House, becomes the new Watari for the third L, Near. He is voiced by Kiyoshi Kobayashi in the Japanese anime and French Tickner in the English dub (except for the film, in which Ron Halder takes over). In the film, he is played by Shunji Fujimura, who felt that Watari’s presence would “come alive” if he projected “the mood of this mysterious old gentleman without the air of livelihood.” In the drama series, Watari is portrayed by Kazuaki Hankai. Watari survives in the series.

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Light Yagami is a Japanese college student whose life undergoes a drastic change when he discovers a mysterious notebook, known as the “Death Note”, lying on the ground. The Death Note’s instructions claim that if a person’s name is written within while picturing that person’s face, that person will die. Light is initially skeptical of the Death Note’s authenticity, but after experimenting with it, he realizes it is real. After meeting with the previous owner of the Death Note, a Shinigami named Ryuk, Light seeks to become “god of the new world” by passing his judgment on those he deems to be evil or who get in his way. He begins using the Death Note to kill scores of criminals, becoming a notorious serial killer known as “Kira.”

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Misa receives a second Death Note from Rem, another Shinigami. As Light joins the task force after Shiori’s funeral, Misa becomes the second Kira and forces a TV station into broadcasting her tapes. Through her TV screen Misa, using her Shinigami eyes, kills a critic of the original Kira, as well as Detective Mogi and two policemen who tried to break up a makeshift Kira supporters’ rally. Light’s younger sister Sayu is almost killed for not supporting Kira until Soichiro crashes into the festival wearing a motorcycle helmet. Light later arrives to comfort Sayu and Soichiro but is spotted by Misa as the family leaves the area. Misa correctly identifies Light as the original Kira.

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Misa receives a second Death Note from Rem, another Shinigami. As Light joins the task force after Shiori’s funeral, Misa becomes the second Kira and forces a TV station into broadcasting her tapes. Through her TV screen Misa, using her Shinigami eyes, kills a critic of the original Kira, as well as Detective Mogi and two policemen who tried to break up a makeshift Kira supporters’ rally. Light’s younger sister Sayu is almost killed for not supporting Kira until Soichiro crashes into the festival wearing a motorcycle helmet. Light later arrives to comfort Sayu and Soichiro but is spotted by Misa as the family leaves the area. Misa correctly identifies Light as the original Kira.

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The Death Note is a supernatural notebook that grants its user the power to kill by writing the desired person’s name on its pages. Set ten years after the events of the previous films, the death reaper king, who takes fascination with Light Yagami’s action years prior, ordered for six death notes to be sent to the human world and find the successor of Kira. In 2016, while the society is afflicted with cyber-terrorism, chains of deaths around the world quickly spread rumours of a new Kira. Following the mass murder after a 10-year hiatus, the Death Note Task Force lead by Tsukuru Mishima is formed, and the team is assisted by Ryuzaki, the original successor of L who inherits his DNA. In Shibuya, the team secure one of the death notes in the midst of mass murder after the owner Sakura Aoi, was killed by another death note user who owns Ryuk’s death note, a cyber-terrorist Yūki Shien who worships Kira after Light killed the murderer of his family. Ryuzaki and the Task Force questions the death reaper Beppo, who owns the death note they have secured, and he reveals that there are six death notes in the human world and the maximum number of notes that can exist at once, should there be the seventh note it is rendered useless.

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