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One Piece: Stampede is the 14th One Piece movie. It was released in Japan on August 9, 2019 to commemorate the anime's 20th anniversary. The news was first announced following the broadcast of Episode of Sky Island.[1][2]

Eiichiro Oda served as creative supervisor.[3]


The movie takes place during the Pirates Festival, "made by pirates, for pirates", where pirates all over the world, including some of its most infamous ones, join in for a big treasure hunt to find a lost treasure, this time the treasure belonged to none other than Gold Roger!


Changing Tides: The Demon Heir's Freedom[]

After the Blackbeard Pirates broke into Impel Down and made the Level 6 prisoners fight each other to the death, Jesus Burgess realizes one more prisoner staring at them from a distance. When Marshall D. Teach noticed him, he informs Burgess that they were to leave him be. As the Blackbeard Pirates walk away, Teach is quietly shocked that the prisoner, "Demon Heir" Douglas Bullet, the fearsome pirate who worked under the Pirate King Gol D. Roger was still alive. They leave Bullet to escape Impel Down on his own.

Two years later, Bullet links up with Buena Festa, a pirate who was once thought to be dead, and Buena devises a plan to gather famous pirates from around the world to resurrect the Pirates Festival. He explains to Bullet that they will put Roger's treasure on the line to create the dawn of a new era in piracy.

The Pirates Festival Begins: Uncovering Festa's Plot[]

The Straw Hat Pirates arrive at Delta Island for the Pirates Festival, excited to fight for Roger's treasure. After doing some shopping and enjoying some of the events, they decide to participate in the main event. Donald Moderate and Ann who were the MC's of the event, reveal a cryptic clue for the location of the Pirate King's treasure.

Elsewhere, an injured Law was running away from Buggy and his crew who were acting as security for the Expo. Law then noticed the Thousand Sunny and used his ability to board their ship in order to escape his pursuers. Suddenly a Knock Up Stream exploded in the central lake of the island, launching an island floating in a bubble, revealing itself to be the hiding spot of the treasure. The pirates sail up the Knock Up Stream, amongst them are crews from the Worst Generation (except for the Blackbeard and the Heart Pirates), the Barto Club, Beautiful Pirates, Foxy Pirates, and the Bliking Pirates. The Straw Hats manage to overtake everyone on the Knock Up Stream by converting the Thousand Sunny into its Flying Model and using Coup de Burst, which also blasts away the Buggy and his crew who were pursuing them to capture Law.

Partway up the Knock Up Stream, Law comes out of the Sunny's lower deck, revealing that the event is not what it seems and that Buena Festa is up to something. He was able to have his crew evacuate the island, but wants to investigate the matter further. Robin, Sanji, Chopper, and Brook go with him, and they depart on the Shark Submerge III, while the rest of the crew finish the Treasure Race. Robin manages to sprout wings to let the submarine fall safely into the bay far below. Meanwhile, in Festa's underground lair, the Master of Festivities talks with Douglas Bullet, saying the time would be soon for them to put their plan into action.

The pirate crews make it up to the Treasure Island, and they soon spot a wrecked ship surrounded by heaps of treasure. An all-out brawl quickly breaks out as the pirates fight to get to the treasure, and Luffy gets into fights with Scratchmen Apoo and Urouge while Zoro clashes with Killer. On Delta Island, an undercover Smoker leaves an undercover Tashigi behind as he goes to investigate Buena Festa. Meanwhile, Law's group sneaks into Festa's lair as well, and Robin and Brook use their abilities to spy on Festa. There, they overhear Festa making plans to have the Marines launch a Buster Call on Delta Island, leaving them aghast. As they attempt to escape, they run into Smoker, who immediately attempts to capture them. Sanji stops him from catching Robin, and she and Law run off while he battles Smoker.

Battle on Two Fronts: Douglas Bullet Arrives[]

Back on the Treasure Island, in the midst of the battling, Buggy manages to sneak toward the chest containing Roger's treasure and steal it. However, he is soon spotted and chased as the other pirates do whatever it takes to get the treasure.

Suddenly, a galleon is thrown at the Treasure Island which abruptly explodes, destroying both the island and the Knock Up Stream, causing everything to fall back into the central lake. While falling, Usopp finds himself next to the chest with Roger's treasure and grabs it. The pirates are left in chaos as the Devil Fruit users have to be saved from the bay by their comrades, and after the rescues are made, the pirates look in shock as they see Douglas Bullet holding a defeated Usopp. This isn't the end of their problems though, as Donald Moderate, Ann, and the spectators, notice that a Marine fleet is heading towards the island, causing virtually everyone to flee in terror.

Luffy immediately confronts Bullet as the pirate attempts to kill Usopp, and Bullet ends up throwing Usopp at Luffy as he overwhelms Luffy with sudden speed. Bullet says that he wants to challenge the Worst Generation after hearing of their exploits, and he unleashes a massive blast of Haoshoku Haki that knocks out most of the pirates. Luffy, Eustass Kid, Killer, Basil Hawkins, Scratchmen Apoo, Capone Bege, Jewelry Bonney, X Drake, and Urouge stay behind to fight Bullet, with Luffy neutralizing Bullet's Haki with his own, while the remaining pirates move to flee from the island.

Bullet begins fighting the Worst Generation and quickly overwhelms them with his sheer speed and immense strength. Apoo attacks Bullet with combat music, but the explosions do not affect him at all. Bullet easily bats away cannonballs shot by Bege and shrugs off X Drake in his allosaurus form. Bonney attempts to turn Bullet into a child, but he grabs her and slams her into the ground before she can get near him. Killer strikes Bullet with his scythes, but Bullet easily blocks them with Busoshoku Haki, and he is not overwhelmed by Hawkins' Goma no So form. Bullet goes on to resist a strike from a powered-up Urouge, easily damage Bege in his Big Father form, and redirect two large attacks from Luffy and Kid to cause them to hit each other. Afterwards, the Supernovas are all left utterly overwhelmed, with Bullet not slowing down.

However, Luffy gets up and activates Gear 4: Snakeman. In this form, he barrages Bullet with rapid, direction-changing punches, though Bullet returns many of the punches. Their fight ends with each fighter giving the other a powerful punch to the face and sending them flying far away. However, as Luffy lays on the ground exhausted, Bullet gets up and is not any worse for wear. Bullet mocks the Supernovas' strength, saying they have not done nearly enough to reach his level. He then decides to step it up a notch and brings out his ship, the Catapult, from underground. He uses his Gasha Gasha no Mi abilities to change the composition of the ship and the iron weapons inside of it, forming them into a gigantic robot of his control. While in the robot, Bullet states that the treasure of Roger that he currently possesses is equivalent to having the One Piece, shocking the Supernovas. With the Catapult, Bullet utterly overwhelms the Supernovas, who have no way to stop him. Bullet is able to make his already powerful robot even stronger by imbuing it with his Haki, and the battle ends as all of the Supernovas lying on the ground thoroughly defeated. Bullet prepares to kill Luffy by stomping on him, but Usopp tries to stop him by shooting projectiles at the exoskeleton. They appear to have no effect until one of them sprouts into a plant that tears off one of the robot's fingers, and Bullet responds by creating a cannon which he fires on Usopp.

Meanwhile, the rest of the pirates head to the coast, only to see the Marine fleet heading toward them. Sentomaru leads a battalion of Marines and Pacifista on the coast to attack the pirates, and the Foxy Pirates plead for the Straw Hats to protect them while the Buggy Pirates look toward Buggy. Admiral Fujitora makes his way to the coast, where he clashes with Zoro. The Bliking Pirates attempt to sail out, but their bow is suddenly sliced off by Dracule Mihawk on his boat. His arrival is accompanied by the arrival of Boa Hancock and the Kuja Pirates, and the Marines uneasily think that the two Warlords of the Sea have come to provide assistance, though Hancock is only interested in finding Luffy, and Perona attacks the Marines with her Negative Hollows.

Underground, Sanji and Smoker continue fighting until Sanji asks about why the Marines agreed to work with Festa to send a Buster Call here. Smoker is surprised to hear the news and receives a call from Tashigi revealing what is going on up above, causing him to abandon the fight to take care of business. Meanwhile, Law and Robin are approached by Crocodile, who has a plan regarding Bullet that he wants to share with Law. After speaking to Crocodile, they manage to find a map to guide them off of the island. Meanwhile, Buena Festa sits back on top of a tower as he contacts the Emperors of the Underworld to show what he has in motion. He reveals that Roger's treasure is an Eternal Pose pointing to Laugh Tale and proclaims that with Bullet's possession of the treasure and quest to defeat every powerful person in the world, he will start a new era greater than the one Roger started.

The Marine battalion makes its way to the town, where they engage in a large-scale clash with the pirates. Koby, Hina, and Helmeppo participate in the fighting on the Marines' side, but the fighting is soon interrupted as Bullet makes his way to the town in the Catapult. Sensing the new development, Fujitora decides to depart from the coast and brings down a meteorite as a parting gift. As the pirates around him wallow in terror, Zoro leaps toward the meteorite and manages to cut it in half. However, the two halves of the meteorite still threaten the pirates below, so Mihawk steps in and cuts it into tiny pieces before departing from the island.

Stopping the Stampede: A Teamup of Unprecedented Proportions[]

At the town, Bullet surveys the fleet surrounding him and reveals that he awakened his Devil Fruit power. He then spreads out the composition of his exoskeleton and covers the majority of the island, including the Marine's fleet and the pirates' ships' with it, ripping it all apart and assimilating it into his creation, forming an enormous colossus. The Marines and pirates are left in extreme panic, and the Marine Vice Admirals attempt to charge the colossus, but are knocked out in one punch, which is so powerful it tears apart the island itself. Bullet then raises the coast into high walls, preventing people from escaping the island. Festa proclaims that Bullet's power and their possession of the Eternal Pose to Laugh Tale have ended the era, and the new era would be defined by the people's struggle to overthrow Bullet. He tells the Underworld Emperors that Bullet would kill all of them, and Bullet sets his sights on killing the Four Emperors. Meanwhile, Kizaru contacts Sakazuki about what happened and Sakazuki orders for a Buster Call to attack Bullet and Delta Island.

Meanwhile, at Marine Headquarters, Brannew briefs the Marines about Bullet's past. In his youth, Bullet was a soldier in the land of Galzburg, and ultimately massacred the people there. He proceeded to become a pirate and challenge Roger, who gave him a taste of defeat. Bullet joined forces with Roger and attempted to kill him many more times, but never succeeded in beating Roger before the Pirate King was executed. After Roger died, Bullet went berserk and headed on a rampage until he was finally stopped by a Buster Call led by Garp and Sengoku. In the present, Garp heads outside and talks with Sengoku, reflecting that Bullet lost his way after losing Roger. The two Marine heroes are very apprehensive about the threat the pirate currently possesses.

Meanwhile, a heavily injured Usopp carries an unconscious Luffy to find help. They stop in the path of a falling building, and Usopp stops a large burning pole from falling on Luffy but collapses as the rest of the building start to fall on them. However, Brook then arrives and stops the collapse by freezing the building, and Chopper arrives to treat their injuries. Usopp tells him to focus on treating Luffy, as he had lost a lot of blood. After receiving treatment, Luffy wakes up soon afterward. Usopp tearfully apologizes to him for not being strong enough to protect him, but Luffy has no issue with it and wants to go after Bullet right now. Despite Chopper's protests, Luffy activates Gear 4 and flies toward Bullet.

The Buster Call comes within view of Delta Island, and the Marines attempt to escape on a ship before the Buster Call starts attacking the island in mere minutes. Smoker elects to stay behind on the island, and Tashigi, Koby, and Helmeppo want to go with him, but Hina binds them with her Devil Fruit power and drags them away. Meanwhile, as Rob Lucci looks on at Bullet's colossus, Hancock searches for Luffy. She finds a red object surrounded in debris that she mistakes for Luffy's vest and pulls on it, only to realize that it is Buggy's nose. Smoker attempts to attack Bullet but is then stopped by Sabo, who fights him to a draw. They then encounter Hancock and Buggy, former who is looking for Luffy. Law then approaches the group as they see Luffy flying toward Bullet's colossus, who sees him and immediately overwhelms him. Luffy is sent toward Law's group's location, and Law tells the group about his plan to take down Bullet. He reveals that Bullet's creations could be weakened if they were broken apart, but Bullet's powerful Haki made them difficult to damage. Law says that he can cut a gap in Bullet's Haki with his abilities, but before he can go over the rest of the plan, Luffy flies off to attack Bullet again.

Bullet immediately overwhelms Luffy again and sends him flying across the island, and in retaliation, Hancock raced up the colossus and planted a powerful kick to its torso, causing Bullet to temporarily reassemble the colossus. Crocodile, who was waiting for this opportunity, created a sandstorm toward the colossus, preventing it from fully reforming. Law then activates a ROOM and uses Shambles to replace parts in the colossus' right shoulder with rubble, leaving it weak enough to attack. Sabo and Smoker attack in unison and succeed in blowing the colossus' right arm off. Bullet attempts to extend his shoulder to reattach the falling arm, but Lucci, who was observing from a distance, destroys it with a series of Rankyaku kicks.

Bullet is confident that he can overpower his enemies even with just one arm and gears up to attack them. Though the allies are briefly discouraged, after noticing Luffy preparing a powerful attack, Law's group performs one more combined attack which blows away a portion of the torso. This allows Luffy, who inflated his fist to a massive degree and flew toward Bullet to attack him with it, resulting in their giant fists clashing. After a long and powerful clash, Luffy's Gomu Gomu no King King King Kong Gun manages to overpower the colossus, and Bullet is forced out of it, though the Catapult still remains. Fortunately, the force of Luffy's punch causes the seeds Usopp had fired earlier to sprout into Hebi Hanabi, thick powerful vines that wrapped around and cracked open the Catapult, severely injuring Bullet in the process.

As Bullet is forced out of his ship, both Crocodile and Rob Lucci attempt to take the Eternal Pose but are stopped by Zoro and Sanji respectively. Bullet takes on Luffy in a brutal fistfight, and both fighters trade punches with impunity. Bullet uses his Haki to keep up with Luffy's ferocity, eventually covering his entire body in it. Luffy charges toward Bullet and inflates both of his fists, barraging him with Gomu Gomu no King Kong Gatling while Bullet counters with this Det Sterkeste Strike. They continue to furiously exchange blows before stuns Luffy with powerful punch to the face. But Luffy quickly recovers and shouts at Bullet that his strength did not come from anyone alone. This triggers Bullet to experience a flashback of one of his defeats by Roger, the one man whom he truly respected. The distraction allows Luffy to overwhelm Bullet with a barrage of punch before declaring he'll be the king of the pirates and sending Bullet crashing into the ground, defeated.

Following Bullet's defeat, Festa mourns over the failure of his plan. Sabo then comes to confront him, and Festa attempts to quickly shoot Sabo with a pistol, but Sabo strikes first as he uses Hiken to defeat the festivities master. Festa realizes Luffy's ability to turn those around him into allies, saying he should have teamed up with him instead. Sabo replies that Luffy would never team up with someone like Festa.

In the aftermath of the fight, Luffy stands with the Eternal Pose in his possession, and Crocodile and Lucci once again try to get it. However, Luffy destroys it by crushing it in his hand, claiming he does not need it to reach Laugh Tale. He and his crewmates make it back to the Sunny, but their escape route is blocked by the Buster Call fleet. However, the other members of the Worst Generation start sailing out as well, posing a greater challenge to the Buster Call. Sabo returns to the Revolutionaries' ship, which has rescued Ann, and he asks Ann if she can form a certain illusion for him. As the pirates sail out, Kizaru attempts to attack them with several light beams, but his attack is blocked by Sabo creating a wall of fire. The fire wall also gives the pirates a safe passage through the fleet, and as Luffy looks back, he sees Sabo along with an illusion of Ace made by Ann. Additionally, Smoker contacts Kizaru, saying to stop the Buster Call as there is no longer a need for it.

In a post-credits scene, it is revealed that Roger had disapproved of his subordinate making an Eternal Pose to Laugh Tale and threw it into the ocean, saying that the One Piece could not be obtained by someone who used it. In the present, the Straw Hats find out what the treasure is and that Luffy destroyed it. Most of them except for Usopp are shocked at what Luffy did, but Luffy says that he did not want to miss out on any adventures. The crew then sail out for their next voyage.

Related Episodes[]

Cidre Guild Arc[]

Further information: Cidre Guild Arc

The Straw Hats are attacked by the bounty hunting Cidre Guild as their leader, Cidre, prepares to go to the Pirates Festival to kill Douglas Bullet. After escaping the Cidre Guild, Luffy disembarks on an island to replenish the Thousand Sunny's cola supply. There, he reunites with Hancock, and Cidre and the Cidre Guild attempt to kill the two of them. Luffy and Hancock manage to quickly defeat them, and Luffy obtains Cidre's Pirates Festival invitation, leading the Straw Hats to head to the event.

One Piece Premier Show 2019[]

Further information: One Piece Premier Show#One Piece Premier Show 2019


Character Japanese Voice Actor English Voice Actor
Monkey D. Luffy Mayumi Tanaka Colleen Clinkenbeard
Roronoa Zoro Kazuya Nakai Christopher R. Sabat
Nami Akemi Okamura Luci Christian
Usopp Kappei Yamaguchi Sonny Strait
Sanji Hiroaki Hirata Eric Vale
Tony Tony Chopper Ikue Ōtani Brina Palencia
Nico Robin Yuriko Yamaguchi Stephanie Young
Franky Kazuki Yao Patrick Seitz
Brook Chō Ian Sinclair
Douglas Bullet Tsutomu Isobe Daman Mills
Buena Festa Yūsuke Santamaria Mick Wingert
Donald Moderate Ryota Yamasato Anthony Bowling
Trafalgar Law Hiroshi Kamiya Matthew Mercer
Eustass Kid Daisuke Namikawa Justin Cook
Killer Kenji Hamada Leo Fabian
Jewelry Bonney Reiko Kiuchi Laura Wetsel
Capone Bege Naoki Tatsuta Kyle Hebert
Basil Hawkins Shigenori Sōya Taliesin Jaffe
Scratchmen Apoo Mitsuaki Madono Brad Venable
Urouge Taiten Kusunoki Major Attaway
X Drake Eiji Takemoto D. C. Douglas
Smoker Mahito Ohba Greg Dulcie
Tashigi Junko Noda Monica Rial
Buggy Shigeru Chiba Mike McFarland
Boa Hancock Kotono Mitsuishi Lydia Mackay
Dracule Mihawk Hirohiko Kakegawa John Gremillion
Galdino Nobuyuki Hiyama Duncan Brannan
Alvida Yōko Matsuoka Laurie Steele
Mohji Shigenori Sōya Chuck Huber
Cabaji Endō Moriya Greg Ayres
Richie Tetsu Inada Mike McFarland
Issho Ikuya Sawaki Charles C. Campbell
Borsalino Ryōtarō Okiayu Ray Hurd
Sakazuki Fumihiko Tachiki Andrew Love
Hina Tomoko Naka Rachael Messer
Koby Mika Doi Micah Solusod
Helmeppo Kōichi Nagano Mike McFarland
Sentomaru Kazue Ikura Greg Ayres
Monkey D. Garp Hiroshi Naka Brian Mathis
Sengoku Tōru Ōkawa Philip Weber
Sabo Tōru Furuya Johnny Yong Bosch
Koala Satsuki Yukino Jeannie Tirado
Rob Lucci Tomokazu Seki Jason Liebrecht
Marshall D. Teach Akio Ōtsuka Chris Rager
Ann Rino Sashihara Macy Anne Johnson
Crocodile Ryūzaburō Ōtomo John Swasey
Foxy Bin Shimada Jonathan Brooks
Wapol Bin Shimada Andy Mullins
Bartolomeo Showtaro Morikubo Tyson Rinehart
Cavendish Akira Ishida Matt Shipman
Perona Kumiko Nishihara Felecia Angelle
Gol D. Roger Masane Tsukayama Sean Hennigan
Portgas D. Ace Toshio Furukawa Travis Willingham
Fischer's Pirates Silkroad, Dama, Zakao, Motoki, Ndaho, Masai, Peketan
Marron Ron Monroe
Desan Ryosuke Yamamoto
Croquis Shunya Iwakami
Tabi / Horo Naoto Takenaka
Announcers Pirates Narumi Shibata, Yuriko Chisuwa, Takanobu Hosoda, Yataka Tsutsumi, Yukito Hino, Hiroki Fujii, Koji Ogawa, Marino Omori, Mako Kawatani, Tsuyoshi Sakamoto, Mina Shibata, Morio Kawashima, Fuko Okabe, Natsumi Mori, Masaya Kato, Takafumi Fukuyoshi, Yu Fujio, Motoko Arakaki, Rina Nakahara, Sachi Takahashi
Ippon Oubo Pirates Anjyu Kanai, Haru Koyama, Yuka Tsujimoto, Kiyoko Watanabe, Momoko Daimon, Hiroki Iwasaki

List of Character Cameos[]

Wanted Posters[]

Theatrical Release Dates By Country[]

One Piece Stampede Characters' Cast

From left, Ryota Yamasato (VA of Donald Moderate), Yusuke Santamaria (VA of Buena Festa) and Rino Sashihara (VA of Ann) stand with a pile of One Piece manga volumes.



  • Japan: August 9, 2019[4]
  • Taiwan: August 21, 2019[13]
  • Hong Kong: August 22, 2019[14]
  • Singapore: September 5, 2019[15]
  • Indonesia: September 18, 2019[16]
  • Thailand: September 19, 2019[5]
  • Malaysia: September 19, 2019[14]
  • Philippines: September 20, 2019[14]
  • Germany: September 24, 2019[17]
  • Austria: September 24, 2019[17]
  • Portugal: September 26, 2019[14]
  • France: October 9, 2019 (cinema)[18]
  • United Arab Emirates: October 10, 2019[19]
  • Kuwait: October 10, 2019
  • China: October 18, 2019[20]
  • Italy: October 24, 2019[21]
  • United States: October 24, 29 and 31, 2019 (Sub); October 26 and 30, 2019 (Dub)[22]
  • Canada: October 25 and November 5, 2019 (Sub); October 28 and November 8, 2019 (Dub)[22]
  • Australia: November 14, 2019 (cinema)
  • Spain (in Spanish and Catalan): November 15, 2019[23]
  • United Kingdom: February 2, 2020[24]
  • South Korea: February 13, 2020[14]
  • The Netherlands: March 12, 2020[25]

Staff list[]

One Piece: Stampede
Director Takashi Otsuka
Script Atsuhiro Tomioka, Takashi Otsuka
Unit directors Masato Mitsuka, Ryota Nakamura, Nozomu Shishido
Storyboard Takashi Otsuka, Masato Mitsuka, Ryota Nakamura, Nozomu Shishido,

Naotoshi Shida, Yuya Takahashi, Yuta Tanaka

Character designer Masayuki Sato
Chief animation supervisor
Supernovas ship design Midori Matsuda
Pirates design Kumi Nakajou
Animation supervisors Naoki Tate, Kumi Nakajou, Yuya Takahashi, Akihiro Ota, Isamu Takara

Shuuichiro Manabe, Masayuki Takagi, Takeo Ide, Mamoru Yokota,

Masayuki Sato

Effects animation supervisor Takashi Hashimoto
Key animators Yuya Takahashi, Ryo Onishi, Kenji Yokoyama

Naoki Tate, Akihiro Ota, Takumi Yamamoto, Masami Mori (soty), Yukihiro Urata, Takeshi Nishino, Itsuki Tsuchigami (miso), Midori Matsuda, Kazuya Hisada, Masahiro Kitazaki, Hiromi Ishigami, Atsushi Nikaido, Yuichi Karasawa, Hirotaka Nii, Yuka Kubota, Cho Shinozuka



Stampede Announcement
Stampede Teaser
Teaser poster.
Chapter 945
A Poster drawn by Eiichiro Oda.
Stampede Poster
Theatrical release version of Eiichiro Oda's poster
Stampede Event Poster
Poster for the amusement park event.
One Piece Stampede
Release poster.
One Piece Stampede Funimation
Funimation Poster.
Stampede Chinese Poster
Chinese poster.
Stampede Spanish Poster
Spanish poster.
Stampede Catalan Poster
Catalan poster.
Stampede Korean Teaser
Korean teaser poster.
Stampede Korean Poster
Korean poster.
One Piece Stampede Logo


Straw Hat Pirates[]

Luffy Stampede Outfit
Luffy Other Stampede Outfit
Zoro Stampede Outfit
Zoro Other Stampede Outfit
Nami Stampede Outfit
Nami Other Stampede Outfit
Usopp Stampede Outfit
Usopp Other Stampede Outfit
Sanji Stampede Outfit
Sanji Other Stampede Outfit
Chopper Stampede Outfit
Chopper Other Stampede Outfit
Robin Stampede Outfit
Robin Other Stampede Outfit
Franky Stampede Outfit
Franky Other Stampede Outfit
Brook Stampede Outfit
Brook Other Stampede Outfit

SP Guest[]

Worst Generation[]



  • Oda stated that he would not have allowed the movie's story to be produced if it was not a commemoration of the anime's 20th anniversary.[3]
  • The film would take place after the Levely Arc, as Luffy and Sanji are shown with the bounties they received from its events, and before the Wano Country Arc, as the Seven Warlords of the Sea system is still active.[3]
    • However, this cannot fit in the storyline, as the Straw Hats (except Jinbe) are together, the Kid Pirates are together and Killer has not eaten a defective SMILE yet, and the Nostra Castello is still intact.
  • This film marks the debut in film of several characters, among which are: Buggy, Alvida, Cabaji, Mohji, Richie, Galdino, Dracule Mihawk, Smoker, Tashigi, Marshall D. Teach, Foxy, Perona, Trafalgar Law, Eustass Kid, Killer, Jewelry Bonney, Capone Bege, Basil Hawkins, Scratchmen Apoo, Urouge, X Drake, Sentomaru, Boa Hancock, Cavendish, and Bartolomeo.
    • Buggy, Galdino, Mihawk, Smoker and Tashigi were also featured in the credits of Clockwork Island Adventure.
    • Teach, Perona, Law, Kid, Hawkins, Apoo, and Hancock were shown as kids in the end credits of One Piece Film: Z.
  • This film is the first since Strong World to have its soundtrack used in the anime series.
  • In the newspapers that Smoker and Tashigi read, headlines breaking the fourth wall can be sen: they are addressed to the public mentioning a "20th Anniversary", and the information "Look for Pandaman. You can find him 20 times."
  • In the post-credits scene, Roger says that his crew came too early and that the next person to find One Piece would be his son. He would later say this in the manga five months after this film's release.[26]
  • In the scene where a group of designated Marine Vice Admirals attack Douglas Bullet, Captain Shu is seen attacking with them. It is unknown if this means he had been promoted from Captain to Vice Admiral or if it is a non-canon story error.
  • Kid, Bonney and Hancock are the only secondary characters showing new abilities or techniques never seen before in the series (Kid is shown able to use Busoshoku Haki[citation needed] which would later be confirmed in his second Vivre Card ; Bonney displays a distraction tactic to throw eggs that can develop into birds quickly with her powers; Hancock shows her Perfume Femur Magna).
  • Excluding Luffy, Zoro and Law, the designs of the Supernovas are the same as the anime but with different colors.
  • For unknown reasons while being in his second outfit, Buggy's hair color is changed from blue to light yellow.
  • In the post-credits ending where the crew found out that Luffy destroyed the Eternal Pose, Zoro is seen wearing his pre-timeskip outfit.
  • This movie has not been released in South Korea yet due to the 2019 Japan-South Korea trade dispute. However, it was confirmed to be released there on February 13, 2020, and aired on Anibox (a Korean anime channel) on July 3 of the same year.[citation needed]
  • This movie currently holds the highest number of Haoshoku Haki users in any movie with those being Luffy, Zoro, Bullet, Kid, Hancock, Sengoku, Ace and Roger. Doflamingo also appeared in a bounty poster.


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