Netflix’s Cowboy Bebop Gets Premiere Date And First Images – They Look Amazing
Check out some new images from the upcoming live-action adaptation of the beloved anime.
Why Netflix’s Cowboy Bebop Doesn’t Work
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What is up YouTube my name is Gio and I have never seen Cowboy Bebop. Yeah, as someone who has referenced anime more than a few times on this channel, it may be surprising that I haven’t seen this iconic show. So I decided to watch the Netflix adaptation first. I figured this was a rare opportunity to watch an adaptation with no prior bias, to see if this new take can stand on it’s own two feet. Well after watching the entire season I think I can safely say that it is BAD. Yeah even without watching the original anime, this was pretty bad. It was at this point I got very curious about the original anime. So I played the first episode, and dear lord, they butchered this show. After seeing how badly Netflix missed the mark, I couldn’t resist making a video to figure out what went wrong. So sit back as I try to explain Why Netflix’s Cowboy Bebop Doesn’t Work.
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2:20 A Messy Story Structure
6:35 Faye Valentine Controversy
11:53 Jet Black Became Moronic
18:17 The Destruction of Julia’s Character
21:20 Making Vicious a Weak Villain
23:00 A Bland Protagonist in Spike Spiegel
25:08 Netflix Didn’t Understand Cowboy Bebop
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‘Cowboy Bebop’: Netflix Releases First Look Photos of John Cho and Cast, Announces Premiere Date
‘Cowboy Bebop’: Netflix Releases First Look Photos of John Cho and Cast, Announces Premiere Date.
Netflix has released first look photos of the upcoming “Cowboy Bebop” adaptation starring John Cho, which premieres on Nov. 19.
Based on the renowned late ‘90s anime series of the same name, this live-action reboot is an outer space-set western that follows a team of bounty hunters led by Spike Spiegel (Cho), Jet Black (Mustafa Shakir) and Faye Valentine (Daniella Pineda) hunt down criminals throughout the solar system while each trying to escape dark pasts of their own.
Cho is best known for his roles in the “Harold and Kumar” films and the rebooted “Star Trek” films, with more recent credits including “Searching” and Season 2 of “The Exorcist.” Shakir is known for playing Bushmaster in Marvel’s “Luke Cage,” while Pineda played Zia Rodriguez in “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.” Alex Hassell (“The Miniaturist”) and Elena Satine (“Revenge”) also star.
The “Cowboy Bebop” reboot was first announced in 2017 and picked up by Netflix in 2018. The original anime, which premiered in 1998, proved to be a major commercial and critical success despite the fact the entire television series consists of just 26 episodes. It has inspired two manga series and an anime film, the latter of which was released in the U.S. in 2003.
André Nemec serves as showrunner, and executive produces on behalf of Midnight Studios along with Jeff Pinkner, Josh Appelbaum and Scott Rosenberg. Also executive producing are Tim Coddington, Tetsu Fujimura, Michael Katleman, Matthew Weinberg and Christopher Yost, as well as Marty Adelstein and Becky Clements of Tomorrow Studios and Makoto Asanuma, Shin Sasaki and Masayuki Ozaki of Sunrise Inc. Shinichirō Watanabe, director of the original anime, is a consultant on the series, and original composer Yoko Kanno returns for the live-action adaptation.
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