The new teaser for “Cowboy Bebop” revealed new details about the soundtrack, premiere season and resulted in fans geeking out about John Cho’s hair.
The teaser: Netflix released a “Cowboy Bebop” teaser on Twitter for their second day of Geeked Week featuring John Cho, Mustafa Shakir and Daniella Pineda on Thursday.
John Cho found himself receiving congratulations following the “Parasite” wins at the 92nd annual Academy Awards on Sunday night.
Known for his memorable roles in the cult favorite “Harold & Kumar” movies and the “Star Trek” franchise, Cho is indeed a brilliant actor. Many believe that the Korean American star was robbed of an Oscar for his role in the film “Searching,” according to BuzzFeed.
John Cho sustained a knee injury on the set of Netflix’s “Cowboy Bebop” in New Zealand earlier this month, setting production back by seven to nine months.
Sources claimed that the “freak accident” occurred on “the last take of a routine and well-rehearsed scene,” according to Deadline.
Earlier this month, John Cho posted a selfie showing his new hairdo for his role as Spike Spiegel in Netflix’s live-action adaptation of “Cowboy Bebop“.
Fans were excited to see Cho embrace Spike’s character, including his hair. The photo shows Cho’s hair grown out and styled in the front, still a bit more kept than the character he is playing, while he stands next to his father on Father’s Day.
Netflix has revealed their cast for the live-action adaptation of the beloved anime “Cowboy Bebop,” and fans can’t contain their excitement.
Set in the year 2071, the original anime series follows the story of a bounty hunter crew traveling in their spaceship called the Bebop.
It’s no surprise that men haven’t always been on the forefront when we think of parenthood. However, it’s 2018 and it’s time for things to be equal– including parenting. It’s a shame to think that some people out there think that being a good parent could diminish some idea of “masculinity.” Well, here are Asian dads who are the epitome of masculinity and fatherhood.1. The Ballet Bodybuilder
This bodybuilder father who not only lifts dumbbells, but uplifts his daughter while in a tutu.
The outlet committed the error in a photo caption for a story on Aneesh Chaganty’s “Searching,” a modern thriller starring Cho.
As we celebrate Asian-American representation in Hollywood with the success of “Crazy Rich Asians” and an announcement of a possible “The Joy Luck Club” sequel, #AsianAugust comes to a close with a nationwide release of “Searching” this Friday.
Starring John Cho, who has appeared in the “Star Trek” films as Sulu and “Harold & Kumar” series as Harold Lee, “Searching” is the first mainstream Hollywood thriller led by an Asian-American actor.
“Crazy Rich Asians” actor Harry Shum Jr. and Olympic medalists Maia and Alex Shibutani bought out theaters in support of “Searching,” a hyper-modern thriller starring “Star Trek” alumnus John Cho.
Directed by Aneesh Chaganty, “Searching” revolves around David Kim’s (John Cho) quest to find his missing teenage daughter, Margot (Michelle La), through digital footprints left in her laptop.
Following a stellar box office opening weekend, “Crazy Rich Asians” leading actor Henry Golding and director Jon M. Chu are paying it forward to another Asian-led film by buying out a theater to promote the release of “Searching.”
Just a few years before the late film critic Roger Ebert lost his voice to cancer, he was heard yelling inside a theater to defend an Asian-American film called “Better Luck Tomorrow.”
The 2002 crime-drama film, which was the solo-directorial debut of “Fast & Furious” franchise director Justin Lin, features a story of Asian-American teens who entered a world of petty crime after becoming bored with their lives.
Two years after the hashtag #StarringJohnCho became viral, John Cho finally landed a leading man role in the thriller “Searching.”