Cowboy Bebop Production Delayed After John Cho Injury

We’re going to have to wait a bit longer to see our favorite space cowboy back on the small screen. Deadline reports that John Cho, who is set to play Spike Spiegel in Netflix’s upcoming adaptation of the iconic anime Cowboy Bebop, was recently injured in a freak accident on set. As a result, the …

Cowboy Bebop Production Begins This Month

It looks like the Bebop crew is getting ready for their close-up. A report from the New Zealand Herald has the story that the upcoming Netflix adaptation of Cowboy Bebop will begin shooting in Auckland later this month while also stating that the series will create several hundred jobs in Auckland, something that’s always an …

Elena Satine Joins Cowboy Bebop

Elena Satine is going from the Miramar Playa to the Syndicate. The former Magic City actress (who also had the distinction of being the first live-action Mera in season 10 of Smallville) is set to star in the Netflix and Tomorrow Studios live-action adaptation of Shinichiro Wantanape’s legendary anime Cowboy Bebop. The series will center …

John Cho Gets Jazzy with Lead Role in Cowboy Bebop

John Cho is going from White Castle and the Enterprise to the Bebop. The Hollywood Reporter reveals that the Star Trek star has signed on to play the iconic Spike Spiegel in Netflix’s upcoming adaptation of Cowboy Bebop, alongside Daniela Pineda as Faye Valentine, Mustafa Shakir as Jet Black, and Alex Hassel as Spike’s former …

Why I’m Excited: Cowboy Bebop Live-Action Series

When I was a kid, I used to watch Adult Swim all the time. I suppose this was a benefit of having parents who just thought anime was a cartoon. I used that to my advantage and would often catch Yu Yu Hakusho on the channel, having seen the trailers for the show on my …

Blade Runner: Black Lotus Anime Coming to Adult Swim, with a New Comics Line from Titan Books

Alcon Television and Crunchyroll are teaming up to produce a thirteen-episode animated series taking place between Blade Runner (1982) and Blade Runner 2049; this follows the recent announcement of the new line of comic books licensed to Titan Books (publishers of Dr. Who comic books) to be co-written by Blade Runner 2049 screenwriter Michael Green …