Anyone who is (or has been) a fan of the anime series directed by Shin’ichirō Watanabe, these days is concerned about the live action series of Cowboy Bebop from Netflix which, however, with the full trailer went online in these hours, it seems to have convinced everyone (including me).
The full trailer (and a short clip) of Netflix’s Cowboy Bebop live action series
Yes, there is still that feeling that the show is too… “too much” to be adapted into a live action series but, judging by these 2 minutes and 40 seconds of pure epicness, Netflix seems to have done a good job.
To find out if this will actually be the case, we will still have to wait for the next one November 19, when the series debuts on the video on demand service. In the meantime, in addition to enjoying the Cowboy Bebop anime on Netflix, we can however admire the full trailer below:
Oh, I almost forgot, a short clip from the series has also landed on the net, a bit dark and in low resolution but you can still take a look below:
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Plot and details of the series
The series will consist of a total of 10 episodes and sees the trio of protagonists in the cast John Cho, in the role of Spike Spiegel, Mustafa Shakir as Jet Black e Daniella Pineda in those of Faye Valentine. Together with them there will also be Jay Uddin, Lydia Peckham, Adrienne Barbeau, Rodney Cook And Josh Randall.
As diverse as they are deadly, Spike, Jet and Faye find themselves forming an unlikely team of bounty hunters, ready to bring fights and fights across the solar system.
The director of the original series Shinichiro Watanabe was called in to supervise the live action series, while the soundtrack was entrusted to the original composer Yoko Kanno.
The series will debut on Netflix on November 19, 2021.
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