Daniella Pineda Attacks ‘Cowboy Bebop’ Fans

Fans don't like the first-look images that Netflix revealed.


Daniella Pineda takes a page out of the likes of Rian Johnson, Paul Feige, and James Mangold, and attacks fans in regards to reactions to the recent first-look Cowboy Bebop images which reveal the actress looking nothing like the character from the anime.

Pineda posted a now-deleted video on social media, which thanks to the internet has been saved, where she criticizes fans who don’t like the look of Faye Valentine.

“Hey, guys! So as you know our Cowboy Bebop first look dropped today, which was so exciting, and I just wanted to address a couple of things that sort of keep coming up in the comments amongst fans,” she said. “First, I wanted to apologize to the fans that I did not anatomically match the Faye Valentine character – six-foot double-d sized breasts two-inch waist – you know they looked everywhere for that woman and they couldn’t find her. It’s kind of weird, so they just went with my short ass. I know. Am I right.”

Daniella Pineda continued with mention of the costume.

“You know there was talk about like, ‘Can we put Daniella in a time machine and maybe give her different parents, so she has different genetic information to sort of make her look better?’ It proved to be too complicated, and the other thing that I wanted to bring up was, I wanted to apologize that the outfit I’m wearing [rolls eyes] is not exactly what she wears in the anime,” she explained. “You know we tried but doing stunts in tissue paper, things disappear, they rip, sometimes just got lost… Anyway like I was saying, that original costume, they made a couple of them, but like I said, they got sort of slurped up in my various crevices never to be retrieved again so we needed to really build something that could withstand the test of time, so just you know…”

Below you can check out the video and a couple of reactions on Twitter.

Worth a note is that fans have been dealing with this from creators and actors for a while now and every time something like this happens the movie or TV show happens to be a big fail.

I highly suggest these Hollywood types read what the creator of the smash-hit Netflix series Cobra Kai has to say about dealing with classic IPs over at THR (great piece).

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