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John Cho’s on set ‘Cowboy Bebop’ injury, halts production of reports

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John Cho, the stars of Netflix’s upcoming “Cowboy Bebop,” a short time ago, in a set of knee injury that results in a break in the production of a series of seven-to-nine months, according to multiple reports.

On a Per-Term, with an indication of the sources of the freak accident happened in the final, taking a well-rehearsed scene.

According to Variety, Cho, 47, allegedly flew back to Los Angeles from New Zealand, where “Cowboy Bebop” was being shot — have to undergo surgery and extensive rehab.

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The production was started only a few days ago, and the scene that is being recorded, it was, reportedly, is expected to be put on display in a couple of episodes into its 10-episode order.

On Oct. Of 7, Netflix has announced the start of production to the place of the video Connects. But after Cho’s injury, the company made a further announcement.

“Our thoughts are with John, and he has our full support as he recovers from this injury,” a Netflix spokesperson said in a statement on the due date.

The show will be focused on Cho’s character, Angel, is the leader of a gang of bounty hunters in pursuit of dangerous criminals and the execution of the law.

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The series is a live-action adaptation of the popular Japanese animated series, which ran for only 26 episodes, but it has gained in popularity in the years since its release. The original show was highly acclaimed by critics and fans alike.

No release date for the project has been announced, and a change in the shooting schedule, it will be fixed as soon as Cho recovery time, it is obvious.

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Cho is best known for playing Harold Lee in “Harold & Kumar” film franchise, Sulu in the “Star Trek” movies, and David Kim in “Find.”

“Cowboy Bebop” and will also star Alex Hassell, Daniella Pineda, Elena Satine, and Mustafa Shakir.

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