Netflix has confirmed that its live-action adaptation to the Anime Cowboy Bebop will eventually release in ‘Fall 2021’ – so, some time in the last few months this year. This show will also display music from the original Series Composer Yoko Kanno, Netflix is confirmed.
It was all confirmed during the week of Geeked Netflix, which highlights, especially the upcoming content from the Streamer Library. Cowboy Bebop has long come – production starts all the way back in 2019, before stopping because the star John Cho hurts his knee. Film making then continued at the end of 2020, before wrapping on March 2021.
The Stars Cho series as Spike Spiegel, Mustafa Shakir as Jet Black and Daniella Pineda as Faye Valentine. And yes, for performing fans, it will display Corgi which actually plays the role of iconic dogs from the series, Ein.
Is that good?
Writer Christopher Yost, who has credit on two Thor and Mandalorian films, is a manufacturer of this performing executive. Bebop Cowboy is one of the most popular most popular anime series there – it was released back in 1997-1998 and, for many western viewers, it was their ‘gateway’ series into anime.
The reputation only really grows in the years of intervention. And Netflix really takes the time to get this right – when adaptation comes here, it will be more than two years since the event cast was announced.
Getting details correctly like renting a genuine composer performance well, and this can’t be a small budget show to attract the type of sci-fi image that we know from the anime. This can be Netflix’s biggest new event this year.