A kind of remasters or remakes of games, old music covers over and over, movies and animations are always remade. in the age of reproduction we live. Although not one of the pioneers of this era, Netflix is one of the biggest representatives of the last period.
Netflix, which is frequently on the agenda with its successive productions and adaptations, is also shooting a live version of Cowboy Bebop, an anime legend, this time with real actors. from production first set images also arrived.
A stance of homage to anime
Cowboy Bebop, one of the first anime that has gained a large fan base especially in our country and in the west, was telling the stories of a group that chased after the wrongdoers in various corners of space in 2071. An anime of 26 parts and the production, which also has a cinema, was considered as one of Shinichiro Watanabe’s masterpieces.
In the Netflix adaptation, we will see three characters in the team instead of four, so it would not be surprising if we will not see all the stories from the anime in the Netflix series. In the first share from the series, the leading actors John Cho, Daniella Pineda and Mustafa Shakir is located. The trio posed while reenacting an iconic scene from the anime.
in images Spike(played by John Cho) appearing in his outfit from the anime, played by Daniella Pineda Faye
The costume of the character is also very close to the one in the anime. Even played by Mustafa Shakir Jet’s even the metal arm is faithful to the original of the anime. Likewise, the spaceships Bebop give the air of the anime.
The publication date of the series has also been determined:
In the images, the main villains of the series Vicious (Alex Hell) and Spike’s ex-girlfriend Julia (Elena Satine) are missing. Probably Netflix does not want to present these characters to the audience now. Especially the Vicious character has been a subject of great curiosity.
Along with the images, the release date of the series has also been determined. Netflix the date when the series will air November 19, 2021 was announced. Let’s see if the series will carry the air that it managed to defend in the first visuals.
Editor’s comment:We probably won’t see Edward or the smart dog Ein in the series, which limits the number of stories that can be drawn from anime and manga. Adding stories to the middle of the series or trying to tell the whole story in the anime can damage the series. On the other hand, Cowboy Bebop means a lot of Jazz and early Rock, so let’s hope Netflix picks music that doesn’t spoil the mood.