Blossom, Bubbles, Buttercup. Although the drama “Powerpuff “, which had been attracting attention as the first live-action version of the popular cartoon animation ” Powerpuff Girls ” in Japan, was being filmed, it fell into “redo” when the pilot version was filmed. A follow-up report jumped into the news.
“Powerpuff” was reportedly “reworked” after the pilot version (the first episode to be tentatively produced) had been filmed in Atlanta, Georgia, with the aim of broadcasting the US CW station in the fall of 2021. Was there. It’s a big deal because it’s not about re-shooting or additional shooting, it’s a whole redo.
The reason has not been revealed at the time of this let me know, Mark Pedowittsu CEO of the US CW is responding to questions from reporters, “sometimes, because mistakes there,” explains the situation and.
“We trust the cast, writers, producers, and Warner Bros. in this case, the pilot didn’t work. We knew we had enough elements and wanted to do it again. . ”
Regarding the pilot version that was shot, Mr. Pedwitz said, “It was a little too deliberate and not very realistic .” “It’s because I tried it that I can understand.” Let’s take a step back and start over. “This work is getting a lot of attention because the subject matter is powerful. That’s why I want to do it properly.”
According to previous reports, in this live-action drama version, the three girls, the Powerpuff Girls, are portrayed as “disappointed 20s who lost their childhood in the fight against crime.” The bold arrangement of the story of the girls who are familiar with the cartoon anime version has attracted pros and cons from fans. The cast and production team have not changed, with Chloe Bennet as Blossom, Dove Cameron as Bubbles, Yana Perrault as Buttercup, and Donald Faison as Professor Utonium. In other words, it seems that the depiction of “Adult Powerpuff Girls” will not change.
In addition, according to reports such as The Hollywood Reporter in the United States, it seems that the script of this drama was leaked to the net, and the content included sexual depictions such as heroes’ sexual life and nudity. When asked about this, Pedwitz declined to answer because he hadn’t seen the article.