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Los Angeles Chargers release anime-inspired schedule video with references to ‘Naruto,’ ‘One Piece,’ more

  • The Los Angeles Chargers’ schedule release video for the 2022-2023 season came in the form of a colorful anime opening.
  • The opening features a J-pop song and anime character versions of the NFL players featured on the schedule.
  • The announcement parodies popular anime and animated shows such as “One Piece,” “Naruto,” “Avatar: The Last Airbender” and “Attack on Titan.”

The Los Angeles Chargers’ schedule release video for the 2022-2023 season came in the form of a colorful anime opening.

The video was tweeted on Thursday by the NFL team’s official Twitter account and has amassed over 4.7 million views.

New ‘One Piece Film: Red’ teaser trailer drops a massive Shanks secret

  • Toei Animation released its second teaser trailer for “One Piece Film: Red” on Wednesday.
  • The trailer finally introduced fans to Uta, Red-Haired Shanks’ daughter and the “most beloved singer in the world.”
  • Directed by Gorō Taniguchi, “One Piece Film: Red” is set to premiere on Aug. 6, 2022.

Toei Animation released its second teaser trailer for “One Piece Film: Red,” revealing details about the film’s main female character and a massive secret about Shank’s life.

The new teaser trailer, which was released on Wednesday, finally introduced fans to Uta (“song” in Japanese), who Toei Animation describes as the “most beloved singer in the world.” The first teaser trailer, which was released on Nov. 21, 2021, hinted at Uta’s importance to the upcoming film’s storyline.

‘One Piece’ dominates list of most searched for anime series by state, study reveals

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  • “One Piece” was ranked as the most Google-searched anime of 2021 in 25 out of the 50 states in the U.S., followed by Pokémon” (No. 2) and “Naruto” (No. 3).
  • The animated series, which is based on Eiichiro Oda’s manga of the same name, debuted in 1999.

Eiichiro Oda’s “One Piece” has kicked off the new year with an epic Coup de Burst by taking the top spot for the most Google-searched anime of 2021 in the United States.

The study, conducted and published by CenturyLinkQuote on Jan. 14, gave insight into which states searched which anime the most, ranging from classics to newly released titles. The results showed that “One Piece” was the most Google-searched anime in 25 states – half of all the states in the entire country – including New York, New Jersey and Florida.

A Billionaire Wall Street CEO Has One Piece of Important Advice for Pro-Athletes

Billionaire Marc Lasry, who co-owns the Milwaukee Bucks, wants all newly minted NBA millionaires to ruthlessly save their money by telling everyone who hits them up for funds that they simply don’t have any.

The Moroccan-born Lasry, who made his fortune by focusing on distressed assets, is the CEO and co-founder of Avenue Capital Group and has a networth of $1.87 billion. In 2014, the successful hedge funder purchased partial ownership of the Milwaukee Bucks.

ARMY donates money to Ukraine instead after sold-out BTS tour tickets put up for resale at $19,000 apiece

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  • Korean K-pop boy group BTS are scheduled to go on tour in Seoul and Las Vegas, with four shows in each city.
  • Presale tickets were bought out completely by BTS ARMY membership holders before they even became available to the general public.
  • Resell prices reached over $19,000 in the U.S. for the four Las Vegas shows at Allegiant Stadium.
  • Many fans who were unable to purchase a ticket instead donated money to the Ukrainian crisis.
  • BTS have been known to be generous, donating millions to a wide array of charitable causes, including UNICEF, Black Lives Matter and COVID-related organizations.
  • The BTS ARMY often mirrors the group’s giving spirit, donating to many of the same causes.

Fans who could not get their hands on a ticket for the completely sold-out BTS tour donated their money to the Ukrainian crisis instead.  

Global sensation K-pop boy group BTS are scheduled to go on their first in-person tour in over two years since the start of the pandemic. The group announced they would be doing four shows in Seoul, Korea, and another four in Las Vegas. 

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