People Can't Get Enough of John Cho's Hair in the Live-Action 'Cowboy Bebop' Teaser

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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.

  • The live-action adaptation finished filming in March and follows "misfit bounty hunters" as they embark on a journey to find the "galaxy's most valuable criminals," according to Deadline.

  • The tweet announced that Yoko Kanno, the composer behind the original "Cowboy Bebop" anime, will be composing the soundtrack for the upcoming live-action series.

  • Netflix also confirmed that the series will be premiering this fall.


Reactions to Cho's hair: After the premiere of the teaser, fans took to Twitter to praise Cho's new hairstyle.

  • A user wrote that they will watch the series for "John Cho's hair alone" and called it "perfect." Some revealed that they "gasped", and "lost their mind" after seeing the clips.

  • "I am thinking about John Cho's head of hair for the rest of the day so I trust you'll respect my privacy in this very emotional time," one user wrote.

  • "AHHHH I JUST SAW THE CLIPS OF JOHN CHO'S HAIR FOR COWBOY BEBOP AND I HAVE ASCENDED," exclaimed another user.

  • One person commented that she was originally against a live-action remake but "John Cho's new hair has won me and makes it all worth it." Another wrote that "John Cho as Spike Spiegel might make me flatline."


Featured Image via @NetflixGeeked (left), Funimation (right)

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