If you've watched the new Netflix live-action adaptation of Cowboy Bebop, then you know precisely who this adorable pup is. The streamer has released a blooper reel of the canine star of the show, Ein, via its Netflix Geeked aftershow, Cowboy Bebop: Unlocked.
Ein, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi with human levels of smarts, is played by the dog actors Charlie and Harry, and the video released by Netflix features several bloopers involving the two. As the reel reveals, the cast and trainers are having the most challenging time getting the two dogs to stay on their marks, follow their human castmates, and do everything else you’d try and get dogs to perform on a set. The reel also has a few hilarious cuts of Faye Valentine, portrayed by Daniella Pineda, doing a series of dances with one of the pups who seems perfectly fine being carried around by the actor until she runs out of breath. The blooper reel ends with one of the dogs giving the camera a large number of happy licks.
Set in 2071, the original anime series is about a group of bounty hunters on a spaceship called the Bebop. Earth has become largely uninhabitable, and people have colonized the various rocky planets and moons of our solar system. Like the original, the live-action Cowboy Bebop follows the same motley crew of bounty hunters who take on different jobs across the galaxy and just try to stay afloat financially over the course of the 10-episode season.
The live-action show was developed by André Nemec with the pilot written by Christopher Yost, and along with Pineda, stars John Cho as Spike Spiegel, Mustafa Shakir as Jet Black, Elena Satine as Julia, and Alex Hassell as Vicious. The series is co-produced between the original creators Sunrise Inc., executive producer Marty Adelstein's company Tomorrow Studios, and the producing team Midnight Radio.
Cowboy Bebop is now available to stream on Netflix, and you can watch the Ein-centric blooper reel below:
Mustafa Shakir, Daniella Pineda, and Alex Hassell round out the lead cast.
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