Brace yourselves 80s babies, because the legendary rivalry between the original Karate Kid's Daniel "Daniel-san" LaRusso and Johnny "Sweep the leg" Lawrence is returning to the small screen this year via YouTube's premium streaming service.
The actors originally played the characters in the 1984 movie The Karate Kid, which was followed by two sequels, a spinoff, a remake and an animated series. The series, which will air on YouTube Red, shows where Johnny and Daniel are in their lives as adults as Johnny tries to reopen the Cobra Kai karate school. This isn't the first time that Zabka and Macchio have crossed paths since The Karate Kid.
Josh Heald (Hot Tub Time Machine) wrote Cobra Kai with Harold & Kumar franchise creators Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg and they're all executive producing the series with Susan Ekins, Will Smith, James Lassiter, and Caleeb Pinkett.
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While it was assumed that Cobra Kai would manifest as a sequel that bears elements of self-parody, we see here that the rivalry between Daniel and Johnny - who seemed to reach a reasonable détente at the end of the first film - is somehow more heated than it was over 30 years ago.
The trailer begins with voiceovers from LaRusso and Lawrence, as they list the pros and cons of the Cobra Kai dojo's revival. "Cobra Kai will be a true continuation of the original films - packed with comedy, heart and thrilling fight scenes". Clearly, Johnny boy has not learned his lesson!
So you can understand why his old rival Daniel would disapprove of Cobra Kai being reopened, and why he'd object with Johnny sculpting young minds and fists.
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This is not the first attempt to restart the Cobra Kai school.
According to Entertainment Weekly, Johnny has a son named Robby (Tanner Buchanan) who is determined to prove himself to be nothing like his father, which probably doesn't feel all that great.
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