Death Note is a Japanese manga series. Tsugumi Ohba is the writer of the manga, and Takeshi Obata illustrates it. The 2017 film is the adaption from the same. Adam Wingard directs the film written by Charles & Vlas Parlapanides and Jeremy Slater. Death Note 2 is the awaited sequel of the film.
What is the story of Death Note?
The story follows a teen genius named Light Turner. She stumbles across a mysterious otherwordly notebook: “Death Note.” It belonged to death god Ryuk, and it grants the supernatural ability to the user to kill anyone whose name appears in its pages.
The series revolves around Light’s attempts to use the book to make the world free from criminals and terrorists, under the name “Kira.” Also, the film highlights the subsequent efforts of law enforcement officers led by L, an enigmatic international detective, to end his reign of terror.
Death Note banned?
It is true that the Death Note is banned in many countries. School officials initiated bans as an increasing number of students created their custom Death Notes and brought them to school. Shenyang banned the manga in 2005.
Will Emma Roberts be the new addition?
The movie aired on Netflix on August 25, 2017. It received mixed reviews. The sequel Death Note 2 is currently in progress.
There is no official release date revealed for Death Note 2 yet. However, the project seems to be moving forward. This includes an addition to the cast for Death Note 2.
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According to some reports, there are chances that Emma Roberts might take up the role of the evil Death Note 2. Though there are few hints, we are not sure about the role that Emma might play.
If Emma Roberts will join the cast, Death Note 2 will get an actress who has proven to be able to play a villain in the American horror story. Well known for his role in Scream Queens, Roberts is famous for many other significant roles.
Death Note – Cast:
Also, stars that might return for the sequel include:
- Lakeith Stanfield as Lebensborn Atubia
- Nat Wolff as Light Turner
- Margaret Qualley as Mia Sutton
- Shea Whigham as Detective James Turner
- Paul Nakauchi as Watari
The uniquely created character of the movie!
The makers created Margaret Qualley’s Death Note character Mia, uniquely for the film. Mia was shown somewhat closer in personality to Light seen in the manga. Mia and Light form a duo soon after Light discovers the book and the potential it has.
But Light strictly limits the willingness of who will be killed. This starts to frustrate Mia. The end reveals how she secretly wrote names without Light’s knowledge and threatens to kill him, too, unless he hands over the ownership of Death Note to her.
Death Note 2 might see Emma Roberts joining the original cast of the film.