John Cho oh no! The star of the upcoming Netflix Live Action version of Cowboy Bebop had a set mishap and it could mean that the series is much later than we thought.
As reported by Variety Cho suffered a severe knee injury during filming in New Zealand. Due to the severity of the injury and the unwillingness of Netflix to rewrite its role, the production of Cowboy Bebop was discontinued for his recovery, which could allegedly mean seven to nine months of delay
 It is not Clearly, what exactly happened to cause the injury, but, according to one source, it was not a big stunt that would have been a likely villain for such a mishap. However, these things happen. Once I hurt my knee when I went to the kitchen to get some pasta. Could not run for two weeks. Had a bad time. Anyway, Cho himself seems to be in a good mood about the situation and posts a Bruce Lee quote on his Instagram: "
Water can flow or it can crash. " We also thank Netflix for holding on to Cho, who is a compelling choice for Spike Spiegel, the coolest bounty hunter in the world.
Cowboy Bebop will resume production next year.
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