Ralph Macchio doesn’t know much about the new “Karate Kid” movie, despite the fact that he starred in the first three franchise films as Daniel LaRusso from 1984 to 1989.
The actor, who plays the character on Netflix’s “Cobra Kai,” revealed he knows just as much as fans, which is that the upcoming film — described as “the return of the original ‘Karate Kid’ franchise” — is coming. on June 7, 2024, according to September 16 Sony announcement.
“I don’t know any other information,” Macchio said Entertainment Weekly the manufacture. “It’s too early to say what that story is [with the movie]. All of this, as if it were happening in real time as you ask me this question.”
As for the actor’s own involvement in the film, he is quietly optimistic that he will be able to do more hair removal and waxing.
“I think that [will be figured out] in the near future, or I may have nothing to do with it,” he continued. “We’ll talk when I know what’s going on.”
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“Cobra Kai” co-creator Jon Hurwitz also revealed that he has no involvement in the film as details are being kept under wraps.
“The kids and I would like to do ‘Karate Kid’ and ‘Cobra Kai’ movies and hopefully someday.” Hurwitz tweeted on September 17. “But this isn’t about us or focusing on the cast of ‘Cobra Kai.’ I don’t know much about it, but I wish it well.”
In the meantime, Macchio is focusing on the future of “cobra kai”, which released its fifth season earlier this month on Netflix. Although a sixth season has yet to be confirmed, the 60-year-old actor “feels pretty confident.”
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“People seem to love the show and it doesn’t seem to be slowing down. I think we’ll have a chance to let the stories develop,” Macchio said.
The actor is also gearing up to debut his memoir waxing, which hits shelves on October 18.
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