Netflix’s Tudum event is an exciting global event that the platform organized for fans to spread the news about new shows and movies. Many fans were extremely excited to see a lot of clips and trailers of some of their favorite shows. Even many Cowboy Bebop Images were released to wide acclaim.
The cult favorite of many, Cowboy Bebop, also joined in the fanfare as various details of the live movie adaptation were released a day back. The original anime has gained a cult following in recent years with its science fiction, neo-noir themes, and retro aesthetics.
Cowboy Bebop Live-Action Movie Release Date
The Live-Action movie will be premiering on the 9th of November 2021.
Opening Credits Scene of Cowboy Bebop Live-Action Movie
The opening credits scene has an interesting mix of engaging visuals and quirky upbeat music. There are a lot of references from the original anime because of which the two look very similar. Fans of the original will be satisfied to see how the producers have paid homage to the 90s anime.
The background music is the iconic song, “Tank!” by Yoko Kanno. Many of us fans were taken back to the good old days and brimming with nostalgia.
The short teaser of approximately 2 minutes featured a lot of iconic characters like Faye, Jet, Spike, Ein the Corgi, and a ton of others. However, our favorite genius hacker Ed was nowhere to be seen. Fret not though, for there might be more similar teasers.
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We got an immensely satisfying experience when we saw the display of the title “Cowboy Bebop” in the original anime style.
Beautiful Promotional Images That Will Make You Happy
In the Tudum event, Netflix also publicised some images that have made many fans excited to watch the new series.
The first image (given above) shows the lovable corgi, Ein whom every Cowboy Bebop fan will recognize.
The next image is a reference to the scene at the Red Dragon Syndicate’s HQs where Vicious and Spike are aiming their weapons at each other. Vicious is seen threatening Spike with his sword. At the same time, Spike is aiming a gun at Vicious. The sexual tension in that scene is one to kill for.
The next four images show four cast members and their roles as the iconic Cowboy Bebop characters.
Tamara Tunie is Ana
Mason Alexander Park is Gren
Alex Hassell is Vicious
Elena Satine is Julia pic.twitter.com/6XURM48q4I
— Netflix (@netflix) September 25, 2021
All these Cowboy Bebop Images have made me terribly jittery from wanting to watch it. It looks promising but since it’s a Netflix live-action movie, I’ll try not to keep my hopes too high.