Cowboy Bebops’ John Cho calls the Netflix series an ‘expensive work of fan fiction’

Cowboy Bebop actor John Cho, who stars as Spike Spiegel, describes the Netflix live-action remake as an exclusive work of fanfiction.

Actor John Cho recently called Netflix’s anime adaptation series, Cowboy Bebop, as an expensive fanfiction work.

In an interview with Still Watching Netflix, Cho discussed his views on how the Netflix live-action remake is “the most expensive fanfiction work ever,” and explained the impact of the original anime on the series’ footage and how it guided everyone involved. to produce. what Cho described as “bananas”.

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Cho touched on how he drew from different inspirations while playing Spike, citing Bruce Lee and the source material as some of the biggest influences for his version of the character. He noted how even Lee drew from various influences to bring his performance to life and how Cowboy Bebop is the perfect way for Cho to express himself as a by-product of the things that inspire him.

The adaptation of Cowboy Bebop, which was announced in 2020, follows the events of the original anime by creator Sunrise. Its story is centered around Spike Spiegel (Cho), Faye Valentine (Daniella Pineda) and Jet Black (Mustafa Shakir), bounty hunters who pursue some of the galaxy’s most wanted criminals. The series also has some notable characters such as Vicious (Alex Hassell), a member of the Red Dragon Syndicate, and his wife Julia (Lucy Currey). The two are crucial to Spike’s personal history, as Spike was once part of the syndicate along with Vicious. Position Watching Netflix also released a blooper real of Ein, Cowboy Bebop ‘s super-intelligent dog, in the series’ film process, played by Welsh corgis Charlie and Harry.

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The original anime ran for a season before being canceled. Still, it is considered one of the best anime series by many, inspiring the 2001 film Cowboy Bebop: Knockin ‘On Heaven’s Door and multiple video games taking place in the same universe. The Netflix adaptation seeks to give the anime additional depth by letting more characters shine, including Vicious and Julia.

The first season of Cowboy Bebop, which was released on Netflix on November 19, was met with negative reviews from critics. Although the end of the series perfectly sets up a sequel season, Netflix has not yet revealed whether the show will continue after season 1.

Season 1 of Cowboy Bebop currently streaming on Netflix.

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