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According to issue 25 of Weekly Shonen Jump , a new One Piece Film: Gold  tie-in anime special, entitled  One Piece: Heart of Gold , has been announced for this summer. The Fuji TV premiere of  One Piece: Heart of Gold  is all set for  July 16  at 9 p.m. (JST), a week prior to the Japanese theatrical release of One Piece Film: Gold .

There exists a mysterious treasure that even Tesoro desires, the ‘Pure Gold.’ The Straw Hats meet a girl who knows where this treasure lies, and they head for the legendary island, ‘Alchemy.’

「マッド・トレジャー」 “Mad Treasure” is a chain human who ate the 「ジャラジャラの実」, which can be romanized as “Jyara Jyara no Mi.” The term “jyara jyara” is a Japanese onomatopoeia for the rustling of chains. He is a ruthless hunter, who corners his prey with an abnormal tenacity. Mad Treasure will appear in One Piece Film: Gold as well, and he will be portrayed by the popular actor and director Shun Oguri . Oguri is known for his roles in Great Teacher Onizuka (1998), Space Brothers (2012 movie), Boys Over Flowers (2005), Hana-Kimi (2007), and more recently in the Terra Formars live-action movie as Kou Honda.

In this exquisite concert film directed by Jonathan Demme, Neil Young expresses modest hopes for his two-night stint at Nashville's famed Ryman Auditorium, the home of the original Grand Ole Opry. He states he wants to "play well, share the stage with my friends, and let the muse have us." He succeeds magnificently, as does Demme, who keeps the music and performers center stage, without intrusive crowd reaction shots, flashy camerawork, or jarring cuts to distract or detract.

The flip side of Young's ferocious Rust Never Sleeps , Heart of Gold finds Young in a more thoughtful and reflective mood, performing his Grammy-nominated acoustic album, Prairie Wind.

Young had written and recorded the album in the wake of his father's death and his own diagnosis with a brain aneurysm. The music recalls his 1972 classic Harvest, with songs about his father, his daughter, his god, and even, in a duet with the incomparable Emmylou Harris, his guitar; which, he informs us, once belonged to Hank Williams and is making its own homecoming. (Barnes & Noble)

One Piece Film: Gold is the 13th One Piece movie, which was released in Japanese theaters on July 23, 2016. The movie was first announced following the broadcast of Episode of Sabo . [3] The title and release date of the film was revealed in the first 2016 issue of Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine. The film was directed by Hiroaki Miyamoto, scripted by Tsutomu Kuroiwa, and executive produced by Eiichiro Oda , much like the previous film . Box office sales, mostly in Japan, included various memorabilia such as a special volume with extra details about the film, as well as poker chips with images of the main protagonists on them.

Set in Gran Tesoro , an independent country chartered by the World Government, home of the world's greatest entertainment city where well-known pirates, Marines, and millionaires throughout the world gather in an "absolute sanctuary" that even the World Government cannot touch.

There, the Straw Hat Pirates meet the ruler of the country, the golden emperor, Gild Tesoro , who easily wins pirates, the Marines, and even the World Government over to his side with money. He is about to take action to satisfy his bottomless ambition which may result in major changes in power relationships in the New World… [5]

The Straw Hat Pirates meet Olga, a girl who has escaped the island Alchemi. Alchemi was known for its metal production, and for the creation of the extremely valuable Pure Gold, but the island disappeared two hundred years ago. Olga is now being pursued by Marines, interested in Pure Gold. Gild Tesoro, who controls the black market, hears of Olga and hires treasure hunter Mad Treasure to track her down. The Straw Hats join forces with Olga in search of the Pure Gold, while she plots to take advantage of them and use the treasure to become rich herself

Type: Special
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 16, 2016
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Toei Animation
Source: Manga
Genres: Action, Adventure, Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Shounen
Duration: 2 hr. 10 min.
Rating: PG-13 – Teens 13 or older

According to issue 25 of Weekly Shonen Jump , a new One Piece Film: Gold  tie-in anime special, entitled  One Piece: Heart of Gold , has been announced for this summer. The Fuji TV premiere of  One Piece: Heart of Gold  is all set for  July 16  at 9 p.m. (JST), a week prior to the Japanese theatrical release of One Piece Film: Gold .

There exists a mysterious treasure that even Tesoro desires, the ‘Pure Gold.’ The Straw Hats meet a girl who knows where this treasure lies, and they head for the legendary island, ‘Alchemy.’

「マッド・トレジャー」 “Mad Treasure” is a chain human who ate the 「ジャラジャラの実」, which can be romanized as “Jyara Jyara no Mi.” The term “jyara jyara” is a Japanese onomatopoeia for the rustling of chains. He is a ruthless hunter, who corners his prey with an abnormal tenacity. Mad Treasure will appear in One Piece Film: Gold as well, and he will be portrayed by the popular actor and director Shun Oguri . Oguri is known for his roles in Great Teacher Onizuka (1998), Space Brothers (2012 movie), Boys Over Flowers (2005), Hana-Kimi (2007), and more recently in the Terra Formars live-action movie as Kou Honda.

In this exquisite concert film directed by Jonathan Demme, Neil Young expresses modest hopes for his two-night stint at Nashville's famed Ryman Auditorium, the home of the original Grand Ole Opry. He states he wants to "play well, share the stage with my friends, and let the muse have us." He succeeds magnificently, as does Demme, who keeps the music and performers center stage, without intrusive crowd reaction shots, flashy camerawork, or jarring cuts to distract or detract.

The flip side of Young's ferocious Rust Never Sleeps , Heart of Gold finds Young in a more thoughtful and reflective mood, performing his Grammy-nominated acoustic album, Prairie Wind.

Young had written and recorded the album in the wake of his father's death and his own diagnosis with a brain aneurysm. The music recalls his 1972 classic Harvest, with songs about his father, his daughter, his god, and even, in a duet with the incomparable Emmylou Harris, his guitar; which, he informs us, once belonged to Hank Williams and is making its own homecoming. (Barnes & Noble)

According to issue 25 of Weekly Shonen Jump , a new One Piece Film: Gold  tie-in anime special, entitled  One Piece: Heart of Gold , has been announced for this summer. The Fuji TV premiere of  One Piece: Heart of Gold  is all set for  July 16  at 9 p.m. (JST), a week prior to the Japanese theatrical release of One Piece Film: Gold .

There exists a mysterious treasure that even Tesoro desires, the ‘Pure Gold.’ The Straw Hats meet a girl who knows where this treasure lies, and they head for the legendary island, ‘Alchemy.’

「マッド・トレジャー」 “Mad Treasure” is a chain human who ate the 「ジャラジャラの実」, which can be romanized as “Jyara Jyara no Mi.” The term “jyara jyara” is a Japanese onomatopoeia for the rustling of chains. He is a ruthless hunter, who corners his prey with an abnormal tenacity. Mad Treasure will appear in One Piece Film: Gold as well, and he will be portrayed by the popular actor and director Shun Oguri . Oguri is known for his roles in Great Teacher Onizuka (1998), Space Brothers (2012 movie), Boys Over Flowers (2005), Hana-Kimi (2007), and more recently in the Terra Formars live-action movie as Kou Honda.

In this exquisite concert film directed by Jonathan Demme, Neil Young expresses modest hopes for his two-night stint at Nashville's famed Ryman Auditorium, the home of the original Grand Ole Opry. He states he wants to "play well, share the stage with my friends, and let the muse have us." He succeeds magnificently, as does Demme, who keeps the music and performers center stage, without intrusive crowd reaction shots, flashy camerawork, or jarring cuts to distract or detract.

The flip side of Young's ferocious Rust Never Sleeps , Heart of Gold finds Young in a more thoughtful and reflective mood, performing his Grammy-nominated acoustic album, Prairie Wind.

Young had written and recorded the album in the wake of his father's death and his own diagnosis with a brain aneurysm. The music recalls his 1972 classic Harvest, with songs about his father, his daughter, his god, and even, in a duet with the incomparable Emmylou Harris, his guitar; which, he informs us, once belonged to Hank Williams and is making its own homecoming. (Barnes & Noble)

One Piece Film: Gold is the 13th One Piece movie, which was released in Japanese theaters on July 23, 2016. The movie was first announced following the broadcast of Episode of Sabo . [3] The title and release date of the film was revealed in the first 2016 issue of Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine. The film was directed by Hiroaki Miyamoto, scripted by Tsutomu Kuroiwa, and executive produced by Eiichiro Oda , much like the previous film . Box office sales, mostly in Japan, included various memorabilia such as a special volume with extra details about the film, as well as poker chips with images of the main protagonists on them.

Set in Gran Tesoro , an independent country chartered by the World Government, home of the world's greatest entertainment city where well-known pirates, Marines, and millionaires throughout the world gather in an "absolute sanctuary" that even the World Government cannot touch.

There, the Straw Hat Pirates meet the ruler of the country, the golden emperor, Gild Tesoro , who easily wins pirates, the Marines, and even the World Government over to his side with money. He is about to take action to satisfy his bottomless ambition which may result in major changes in power relationships in the New World… [5]

According to issue 25 of Weekly Shonen Jump , a new One Piece Film: Gold  tie-in anime special, entitled  One Piece: Heart of Gold , has been announced for this summer. The Fuji TV premiere of  One Piece: Heart of Gold  is all set for  July 16  at 9 p.m. (JST), a week prior to the Japanese theatrical release of One Piece Film: Gold .

There exists a mysterious treasure that even Tesoro desires, the ‘Pure Gold.’ The Straw Hats meet a girl who knows where this treasure lies, and they head for the legendary island, ‘Alchemy.’

「マッド・トレジャー」 “Mad Treasure” is a chain human who ate the 「ジャラジャラの実」, which can be romanized as “Jyara Jyara no Mi.” The term “jyara jyara” is a Japanese onomatopoeia for the rustling of chains. He is a ruthless hunter, who corners his prey with an abnormal tenacity. Mad Treasure will appear in One Piece Film: Gold as well, and he will be portrayed by the popular actor and director Shun Oguri . Oguri is known for his roles in Great Teacher Onizuka (1998), Space Brothers (2012 movie), Boys Over Flowers (2005), Hana-Kimi (2007), and more recently in the Terra Formars live-action movie as Kou Honda.


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