The Live-action Cowboy Bebop Series Production Delayed For 7-9 Months
Cowboy Bebop’s live-action series got off to a bad start as one of the lead cast, John Cho sustained a knee injury on the set of the show in New Zealand. It was reported by Deadline that this injury occurred on the last take of a routine and well-rehearsed scene almost two weeks ago. Moreover, this isn’t an ordinary injury, no it will require surgery, for which Cho has been flown back to Los Angeles, and extensive rehabilitation. Because of this, the production has been shut down for seven to nine months.
The new schedule will be set when Cho will recover from this. This movie is the adaptation on one of the best anime which is called Cowboy Bebop and it was going well as the production was on its 10-episode order when the accident happened. It was reported that Netflix will strick with Cho as the title role, willing to wait until late spring/early summer to resume filming.
This comes from Tomorrow Studios, Marty Adelstein’s joint venture with ITV Studios; Midnight Radio (Josh Appelbaum, Andre Nemec, Jeff Pinkner & Scott Rosenberg); and written by Chris Yost; and Sunrise, the studio behind the original series. The story of the anime is one of the anime stories to date and its characters are all memorable. The anime follows the story of Spike Spiegel who is a Bounty Hunter and has a bounty hunters crew. He goes around the solar system in order to hunt the most dangerous criminals.
Executive producers and showrunner of the live-action series are Nemec, Appelbaum, Pinkner, and Rosenberg. Marty Adelstein and Becky Clements server as executive produce for Tomorrow Studios. From the Sunrise there are Yasuo Miyakawa, Masayuki Ozaki and Shin Sasaki alongside Tetsu Fujimura and Matthew Weinberg. The director of the original anime will serve as a consultant who is Shinichiro Watanabe.