Cowboy Bebop: Netflix Taps Original Voice Cast for Live-Action Show Dub – IGN The Fix: Entertainment

Here’s your Cowboy Bebop Netflix update: The original Japanese voice actors of the Cowboy Bebop anime series will be returning to reprise their roles in Netflix’s Cowboy Bebop series, providing the Japanese dub for the show. Entertainment Weekly reported that Netflix has tapped the original Japanese voice cast of the Cowboy Bebop anime to reprise their roles for the Japanese language track of the live-action version of Cowboy Bebop, with multiple members of the cast already confirmed, including Koichi Yamadera as the voice of Spike Spiegel, who will be portrayed by John Cho on the show. Taiten Kusunoki will replace the late Unshō Ishizuka as the voice of Jet Black on the Japanese language dub alongside returning anime cast members Megumi Hayashibara as Faye, Norio Wakamoto as Vicious, Gara Takashima as Julia, Ken’yû Horiuchi as Gren, and Takaya Hashi as the Teddy Bomber together with Tsutomu Taruki and Miki Nagasawa as Punch and Judy. Netflix Cowboy Bebop series is set to premiere November 19th. #CowboyBebop #Netflix In other anime news, we finally got a release date for the second half of the final chapter in the Attack on Titan anime series, along with a new trailer. Set to come ‘Rumbling’ down on January 9th, 2022, the trailer gives us very brief glimpses at what’s in store for Eren and company. Manga readers already know what’s up, but if you’ve managed to not be tempted to thumb right to left and stick to just watching the anime, you’re in for a pretty big surprise. And finally, The Rock and Vin Diesel are still feuding. Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson revealed in an interview with Vanity Fair that he only agreed to appear in The Fate and the Furious if he didn’t have any scenes with Diesel.

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