Cowboy Bebop Poster Gives New Look At Live-Action Stars



Netflix unveils a new poster for their live-action Cowboy Bebop series featuring the three principal actors ahead of the show’s debut in November.

Netflix has revealed a brand-new poster for their forthcoming live-action adaptation of the highly popular anime series, Cowboy Bebop. The series is set to star John Cho, Mustafa Shakir, and Daniella Pineda in lead roles as Spike Spiegel, Jet Black, and Faye Valentine, respectively. The cast will also include Elena Satine who plays Julia, and Alex Hassell, who plays Spike’s main nemesis, Vicious. The show is set to premiere on November 19th, 2021 with ten episodes.

The story of the original series, which premiered in 1998, is set in a futuristic world that follows the lives of bounty hunters Spike, Faye, and Jet, in their spaceship called Bebop as they travel across the galaxy in search of jobs to put food on the table while also trying to escape the ghosts of their past. The series received universal acclaim at the time of release. It’s widely regarded as one of the greatest animated series of all time and captures the imagination and attention of new audiences worldwide even today.

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The official Twitter page of Netflix’s Cowboy Bebop TV series just dropped a new poster showcasing the three protagonists striking a pose in front of their spaceship and gearing up for an epic space opera of an adventure. The poster also confirms the release date of the show. Check it out below:


The stylized poster solely puts the spotlight on the three leads in the show, indicating that there will be quite a bit of camaraderie between the trio while also suggesting that each one will have their individual moments to shine. The poster revelation coincided with the release of the first official trailer for the show, which promises plenty of epic swashbuckling action and fun. It was also recently announced that the voice cast from the original anime series will be reprising their roles for the Japanese dub of the latest adaptation, which is sure to generate even further excitement.

The announcement of a live-action adaptation of the beloved series back in 2018 evoked plenty of skepticism and an overall mixed reaction from long-time fans at first. However, with Netflix releasing a whole host of promotional content in anticipation of the show’s release, it looks like more and more fans are turning their heads which bodes well for the series. The wait will undoubtedly be much more strenuous for audiences who are looking forward to seeing different and unique versions of some of their favorite characters, but fans can still catch up on the Cowboy Bebop animated series on Netflix before the live-action version drops next month.

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