Netflix‘s upcoming live-action adaptation of the cult traditional Japanese sci-fi anime sequence Cowboy Bebop (1998) shall be delayed following an on-set damage.
John Cho, the Korean American actor who is ready to play the sequence’ predominant character, Spike Spiegel, suffered a knee damage in what Deadline described as a “freak accident” through the rehearsal of a scene close to the start of October.
Cho, 47, was reportedly flown again from New Zealand — the place Netflix was taking pictures the 10-episode sequence — to his house in Los Angeles, Calif., the place he later underwent surgical procedure.
In keeping with Variety, the character of the incident was not made clear by sources, nonetheless, it was confirmed that manufacturing on Cowboy Bebop shall be halted for not less than seven months, and presumably even 9.
Following the incident, Cho took to Instagram to thank his followers for the “well wishes.” He shared a picture of his character’s belt, including the Bruce Lee quote: “Water can flow or it can crash.”
“Gonna be back and flowing in no time,” concluded Cho.
Cho’s damage will supposedly require in depth rehabilitation earlier than he will get again on his toes.
Manufacturing on the highly-anticipated sequence will resume as quickly because the Harold & Kumar star’s prognosis is evident.
Cowboy Bebop is a much-beloved 26-episode anime that solely lasted one yr. It was created by Dawn, a Japanese animation studio and adopted the story of Spiegel, who’s, in response to Netflix, an “impossibly cool bounty hunter with a deadly smile, a wry wit, and style to spare.”
Spiegel, alongside together with his ex-force companion, Jet (Mustafa Shakir) and a “ragtag crew of bounty hunters, chase down the galaxy’s most dangerous criminals.”
International Information has reached out to a consultant of Netflix searching for additional remark.
As of this writing, there isn’t a official launch date for Cowboy Bebop.
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