Cowboy Bebop: John Cho Finally Responds to Canceled Live-Action Anime - IGN The Fix: Entertainment

Actor John Cho shares what he thought about the cancellation of the live-action Cowboy Bebop series, explaining just how shocked he was when he heard the news. Speaking with The Hollywood Reporter, Cho said, “It was just a huge event in my life, and it was suddenly over. It was very shocking, and I was bummed. I put a lot of my life into it. I’d gotten injured shooting that show and so I took a year off because of the surgery and devoted myself to rehab, came back, and finished the show.” Even with the lukewarm reception of the live-action series, Netflix is really doubling down on taking our anime and bringing them into the real world with upcoming live-action adaptations of One Piece, YuYu Hakusho and a live-action Gundam movie. Out of those three upcoming live-action adaptations, I have the most faith in the Gundam movie, which will be directed by Jordan Vogt-Roberts of Kong: Skull Island fame. But those are John Cho’s thoughts on the cancellation of #CowboyBebop on #Netflix #Anime. In art imitating life in the strangest way, the actor who plays Homelander in Amazon Prime Video’s The Boys was arrested on drunken assault charges. According to The Daily Mail, actor Anthony Starr admitted to assaulting a chef while working with director Guy Ritchie in Spain. The Batman has already earned $21.6 million in box office previews.

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