Published: Sat, October 19, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

John Cho's on-set 'Cowboy Bebop' injury halts production

John Cho's on-set 'Cowboy Bebop' injury halts production

But, Deadline reveals that production has been shut down on the series for at least seven months, after the show's leading star John Cho sustained a knee injury on set.

While the nature of the incident that led to the injury is not altogether clear, it occurred during a rehearsed sequence that was not considered to be a large-scale stunt. The injury will require surgery and Cho is flying back to Los Angeles for the procedure and rehabilitation.

It's notion manufacturing of the 10-episode series will hotfoot on hiatus for seven-9 months, following the freak accident that took place on space in Contemporary Zealand.

Based mostly on the worldwide phenomenon from Dawn Inc., Cowboy Bebop is the jazz-inspired, genre-bending story of Spike Spiegel, Jet Black, Faye Valentine and Radical Ed: a rag-tag crew of bounty hunters on the run from their pasts as they search out the photo voltaic system's most harmful criminals.

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He wrote: '"Water can hotfoot along with the traipse or it will atomize", - Bruce Lee. "Gonna be again and flowing very quickly!"

He added: "Thanks for all the well wishes everyone".

Netflix not too long ago introduced they'd kicked off manufacturing on October eight with a behind-the-scenes video on YouTube that featured Cho and his castmates, shot fully in "corgi-vision". "They'll save the world. for the right price", per the synopsis. The cast also includes Mustafa Shakir (Marvel's Luke Cage), Daniella Pineda (The Detour) and Elena Satine (Revenge). Cho plays the leader of the pack, Spike Spiegel. What many might not know is that the series is being co-produced by Netflix and Tomorrow Studios, with Netflix handling physical production.

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