First Look at Netflix's Cowboy Bebop Clears a Lot of Doubts - IGN The Fix: Entertainment

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We've got our first look at the main cast of Netflix's Cowboy Bebop in character, and it's shaping up to be quite the Cowboy Bebop anime adaptation. But before we get to that, we also got an added bonus, with Netflix finally revealing that the Cowboy Bebop live-action series will premiere November 19th. In the first few images from the Cowboy Bebop series, we see the three main cast members in John Cho as Spike, Mustafa Shakir as Jet, and Daniella Pineda as Faye Valentine. While admittedly it'll be kinda hard for any live-action series to hold a candle to the anime, it really seems Netflix and company are taking every step possible to assure they live up to expectations with this one. Also in the Cowboy Bebop cast are Alex Hassell as Spike's nemesis Vicious, and Elena Satine as Spike's former lover Julia. No look, however, at Ed the Bebop's resident hacker who the showrunners have confirmed will appear in the live-action series. The live action Cowboy Bebop Netflix series is shaping up to be an amazing anime adaptation. In other entertainment news, there was a Spider-Man: Now Way Home trailer leak that hit the internet. The Internet's Spidey senses were tingling the other day, in anticipation of a trailer drop for the upcoming Spidey flick, but the Spider-Man trailer leak was very low quality and really not worth anyone's time. Following this tangled web of a mess, Spider-Man No Way Home actor Tom Holland took to his Instagram story and posted a cryptic message that simply said, "you ain't ready!" And finally, what was once a duology could soon be a trilogy. Director Denis Villeneuve is already thinking about making Dune a three-parter. #CowboyBebop #Anime #Netflix
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