Today’s News Cobra Kai a continuation of The Karate Kid saga arrives on Netflix tweets on Twitter 2020
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‘Cobra Kai,’ a continuation of ‘The Karate Kid’ saga, arrives on Netflix
1. Cobra Kai
‘Cobra Kai,’ a continuation of ‘The Karate Kid’ saga, arrives on Netflixhttps://t.co/FrTBt2S93A
— Suomitrendit (@finnishtrends) August 29, 2020
‘Cobra Kai,’ a continuation of ‘The Karate Kid’ saga, arrives on Netflix – USA TODAY
‘Cobra Kai,’ a continuation of ‘The Karate Kid’ saga, arrives on Netflix – USA TODAY https://t.co/v0JZb8uPEk
— exrentals (@exrentals) August 28, 2020
I’ve got some good timing with that update, lol. Methinks I know what I’ll be binging this weekend…
— ＡｍｂｅｒＬｉｌｙ (@AmberLily) August 29, 2020
More people need to know about this. There is a new Karate Kid sequel that takes place in the current day. It’s not terrible.
More people need to know about this. There is a new Karate Kid sequel that takes place in current day. It’s not terrible. https://t.co/wrGIIYGepC
— John Prendergass (@johnprendergass) August 28, 2020
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About Cobra Kai: Picking up 30+ years after the Karate Kid films, a down-and-out Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) seeks redemption by reopening the infamous Cobra Kai dojo, reigniting his rivalry with a now-successful Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio).
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The saga of ”The Karate Kid” has traveled all the way from New Jersey to Netflix. Director John G. Avildsen’s Oscar-nominated classic 1984 film was the story of Newark kid Daniel LaRusso, played by Ralph Macchio, transplanted to California and learning to use martial arts in order to stand up to the bullies from the Cobra Kai karate dojo — principally Johnny Lawrence, played by William Zabka.”The beauty of the ‘Karate Kid’ film and why it stood the test of time is that he had no business winning anything,” Macchio told me in 2017, putting his character in league with some of Avildsen’s other iconic protagonists. ”He was every kid next door just like ‘Rocky’ (1976) was every guy down the street or Jack Lemmon in ‘Save the Tiger’ (1973).”These are people that we see ourselves in, and he had an uncanny ability to take those characters and bring them to heroic proportions in a very attainable, accessible way.”Over nearly 40 years it’s continued to be a tale of evolution as across three sequel films, a remake and a streaming successor series the players of ”The Karate Kid” have adapted to new environments and honed their skills, always mindful of legacy and tradition. The same can be said for ”Cobra Kai,” the aforementioned follow-up series that’s brought the franchise into the streaming era. MOVIE NEWS: Why ‘The One and Only Ivan’ author Katherine Applegate has hope for the futureSony Pictures Television’s Emmy-nominated series debuted on YouTube Red in 2018. Its first two seasons arrive on Netflix on Friday, Aug. 28, with the third season expected to arrive in 2021.”Cobra Kai” picks up in the present day, with Daniel riding high as a successful car dealer and family man. Meanwhile, Johnny is down on his luck, stuck in the past, and hoping to revive his old dojo as he’s mentally and emotionally trapped by the toxic lessons of his former sensei John Kreese (played by Martin Kove). Macchio and Zabka return as Daniel and Johnny, respectively, and also serve as co-executive producers on ”Cobra Kai.”The series is written and executive produced by Josh Heald, Jon Hurwitz, and Hayden Schlossberg. Heald, the writer of the ”Hot Tub Time Machine” franchise, grew up in Middletown, Monmouth County, while Hurwitz and Schlossberg from Randolph, Morris County, created the successful ”Harold and Kumar” series.”The really rewarding thing for us when setting up the show and continuing to write the show is that a lot of the themes in that movie are just very universal in terms of bullying, in terms of personal connection, coming of age, overcoming personal obstacles, finding mentorship where you least expect to find it,” said Heald. ”And all of those transformative and big kind of moments in your life were as true and as poignant in 1984 as they are today, so it never felt like a dated property to us.
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Watch the official trailer for Cobra Kai, a YouTube Red Original Series. Premieres May 2! In the highly-anticipated return of two iconic characters, the arch-rivals from the legendary Karate Kid film series reunite over 30 years after the events of the 1984 All Valley Karate Tournament. Now living in the affluent hills of Encino, Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) leads an enviable life with his beautiful family, while running a successful string of car dealerships throughout the valley. Meanwhile, his high school adversary, Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka), whose life has taken a rocky turn, seeks redemption by reopening the infamous Cobra Kai karate dojo. Their lives inevitably become intertwined and the rivalry is reignited, setting forth the next generation of “karate kids” in COBRA KAI, a YouTube Red Original Series. COBRA KAI is produced by Overbrook Entertainment in association with Sony Pictures Television. YouTube Red Originals – http://youtube.com/Red. If you live outside the United States, Mexico, New Zealand, Australia, or South Korea, click here for more details on availability in your country: https://goo.gl/UEojxv.