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Netflix Shuts Down Production on 'Cowby Bepop' for 7-9 Months Following John Cho's On-Set Injury

Just Jared Saturday, 19 October 2019
John Cho‘s knee injury has led to a lengthy production halt for his upcoming Netflix series Cowboy Bepop. It is being reported that Netflix has shut down production of the upcoming live-action series for 7-9 months after the 47-year-old actor was injured on set in New Zealand, Deadline reports. According to the reports, sources say [...]

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