I’ve been asked how to post a question about Cowboy Bebop on the blog.
Well, that’s a good question! I haven’t found a good way of setting up general comments not related to a specific posting, so I’m going to try to use this posting. I made this sticky so it will stay at the top of the main page and easily found. 🙂
Got something to say or ask? Please feel free to comment on this posting. If it’s something I can’t answer, I’m sure there is a reader out there who can.
I just learned that the captcha was broken. I disabled that plugin and am now just using the one that requests email confirmation.
Register with a username and an email address and it says it will send your password once you confirm. It’ll send you an email with a link that you click that will take you back to the site, where it says it will send an email with your password.
Either the password email is very slow or it’s not working. If you really do want to register and don’t get that second email, just click the “forgot password” link on the log in page and enter the username and email address and you WILL get an email with a link to click to get back and set your password.
Sorry about that, still looking at the plugins, this one may need an update to work with this version of WordPress.
Basically, it’s not dead but not moving, the live action. No interest at all in following up the series, but possibly, if he thought he could do it better. He doesn’t, so it’s not happening. Yeah, it would be hella difficult to follow that.
I have google news alerts set up searching for news about a live action movie for Cowboy Bebop and nothing’s shown up in maybe a year.
Then I see a message board posting stating that Kristopher Van Varenberg (son of Jean Claude Van Damme) has been hired as Spike for the live action movie. I found his Facebook page and no he has NOT been cast as Spike, but he’s lobbying to be cast. He had some pictures taken, in costume and in iconic Spike poses, check it out: https://www.facebook.com/KrisVanDamme.Movies.Life.
On March 13 he posted that he was “going in for the live action.” Check his photo albums, I think he LOOKS pretty good, and he does have a strong martial arts background too, so he COULD pull off the moves.
I’d be very interested in hearing what you guys think. 🙂
There is a web site I frequent that’s VERY GOOD if you want to learn about Japan. There is a posting they made about Japanese body language – how to express a thought or idea using gestures and body language (much like in the Western world – USA specifically – one would put tip of thumb to nose and perhaps wiggle outstretched fingers meaning “kiss my hinder” or something similar). I found one that reminded me so much of Spike I had to share it!
Sadly, I was unable to both add an illustration of Spike and embed the video in the same posting, but I’m pretty sure you’ll recognize it. I laughed, ’cause it DOES fit!