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DEATH NOTE “L Meets Light” Clip & Trailer (2017) Netflix

DEATH NOTE “L Meets Light” Clip & Trailer (2017) Netflix

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.

#DeathNote is the new horror movie by Adam Wingard, starring Nat Wolff, Willem Dafoe and Keith Stanfield. The script was written by Jeremy Slater.

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Written by Chris Parker

Chris Parker

Saying that Chris Parker is a cinematic freak would be an understatement. When he isn't paving his way into the movie industry; Parker enjoys looking at pictures of baby tigers.... and writing of course.

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  1. … 🤦🏽‍♂️🤦🏽‍♂️🤦🏽‍♂️ the comment section is still annoying as fuck . Shut… the … fuck … up . Yes I know things are changed from the the anime, but We'll always have the anime , manga , even the fucking musicals and dramas. Like Jesus , is it that bad to have a western version of death note? I mean seriously the drama was different as fuck too. So shut the fuck up and stop whining so much

  2. the idea of making a movie out of an anime is just fucking rediculous
    e.g. L sitting on that chair
    and i didnt even watch the anime (well a bit like half an episode-but doesnt matter)

  3. I think black L is awesome. He's cool and good for this character. I know everybody exspect white skin and black long hairs but…difference are good. Like Kira…he's not like the character in anime too. But I love it, these kind of differences make this movie more interesting.

  4. Guys chill the fuck out its not that serious. I personally like for the characters in shows to match the description of those in the movie. If L's acting reminds of L from the show I'm fine. It all depends on the acting and how they portray the story that we all love.

  5. Lol as a die hard Death Note fan (as in I should not know as much as I do about the original series), I honestly thought this scene gave the movie more hope. Look past the whole "L is black weh!! Light doesn't look like Light REEE" look I wouldn't give a fuck what race or how they looked as long as they kept the core elements of the character. So, from this scene alone, I enjoyed the fact they had a conversation almost identical to one L and Light would really have. Acting like it's casual. The expressions. Looks good to me. But I'm still heavily concerned with how Ryuk eggs Light on to write in the book. They absolutely NEED to keep Light as the brilliant guy who's charming and feels justified in what he does, and follows his own judgment. If they do not keep the core elements, THAT is what will ruin it. Not bullshit like "he's not wearing the right clothes ://////"

  6. Looking at all these comments, It's almost as if people have forgotten how incredibly unreliable movie trailers have gotten in the past few years. Watching parts of scenes out of context isn't a good way to judge an entire film

  7. Wtf is this, why L is like that? I do care that he is black, L is a gloomy pale guy that barely steps outside, more like wear shoes. Making him black just doesnt fit the whole character. As for light he seems good so far but reminder that he is depicted in the anime as a very down to earth, serious and kinda professional at everything he does. He doesn't show emotions in situations like that.

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