We recognize that there is no official one Cobra Kai The Season 6 renewal is currently over on Netflix, but we remain hopeful. How can we not? The comedy of karate has proven to be very fantastic, and even redeemed some of the most controversial Karate Kid movies like Part III.
With all that in mind, we imagine there were a lot of surprised people out there when news broke that Sony was looking at a new Karate Kid movie in 2024. What in the world will this be, and does it tie into what executive producers Jon Hurwitz, Hayden Schlossberg, and Josh Heald have done with their own story?
Well, we don’t have any good news on the matter right now. In a new post at TwitterHurwitz had this to say about the just-announced film:
The kids and I would love to do Karate Kid and Cobra Kai movies and hopefully someday. But this isn’t about us nor does it focus on the cast of Cobra Kai. I don’t know much about it, but I wish it well.
After hearing that, our answer is pretty simple: So what’s the point of a movie? Making a special one Karate Kid The film at this point seems to ignore the legacy that already exists, and we’re not sure what value it would have in getting a separate audience somewhere else. This is also similar to what Sony is doing with the Spider-Man world, allowing the main character to be in the MCU while creating all these weird spin-offs that are their own thing and don’t connect to anything as much as they should. We prefer to just wait Cobra Kai to finish and use at least some of his actors as a model for something more. This show is dear. why not take advantage?
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What do you think about a new one? Karate Kid film is seemingly separate from Cobra Kai?
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