In Polygon’s special preview of Cowboy Bebop, the forthcoming stay-action adaptation of Shinichirō Watanabe’s seminal anime, showrunner André Nemec not only lauded the initial seres’ composer Yoko Kanno, but insisted there was no undertaking a new model of Bebop without having her. And at Netflix’s Tudum fan event on Saturday, the imaginative crew arrived with evidence: the opening credit rating sequence for the 2022 sequence, featuring John Cho as Spike, Mustafa Shakir as Jet, and Daniella Pineda as Faye.
Adhering to a toe-tapping guiding-the-scenes video clip and some approximately anime-accurate 1st-glimpse shots, the credit rating sequence is the to start with serious flavor of what Nemec and his eclectic crew have cooked up for the collection, which is owing out in November. Truly, however the demonstrate goes, the guarantee of a new Kanno soundtrack ought to show to be a net positive for followers.
“Anybody who enjoys the new music from Cowboy Bebop is likely to adore outside of what Yoko has performed for us on this exhibit,” Nemec told Polygon in August. “I will hear new music items arrive in, we will speak about character and concept, and then when I get those parts there have been more times than I can remember that I listen to anything and I’m like … a smile arrives to my facial area.”
Cowboy Bebop premieres on Netflix on Nov. 19.