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‘The Karate Kid’ became an instant classic in the 1980s, and still resonates with audiences around the world and on You Tube today,” said Susanne Daniels, global head of original content for You Tube.“We’re thrilled to partner with Sony TV, Overbrook and the talented writing team led by Josh Heald, Jon Hurwitz, and Hayden Schlossberg to add a fresh, new comedic twist on one of Hollywood’s most storied rivalries.” The series is written and executive produced by Josh Heald, Jon Hurwitz, and Hayden Schlossberg.
A down-and-out Johnny Lawrence (Zabka) seeks redemption by reopening the infamous Cobra Kai karate dojo, reigniting his rivalry with a now successful Daniel La Russo (Macchio), who has been struggling to maintain balance in his life without the guidance of his mentor, Mr. “The minute I heard about this project, I knew we had to have it.If you were to ask me the day we wrapped if I would time-travel ahead and do a [ My color palette has been there from the beginning, but I’ve only been able to show what I’ve been cast as in the past. Stepping into the skin of the Johnny character so many years later—the guy has 34 years of mud on him. As cinema’s greatest bully, William, did you ever experience bullying in your personal life? Comedy writers and producers, when they’re looking for some hook, ask, “Why can’t I find any crap on you? I wasn’t the guy running out to the Viper Room or comedy clubs until three in the morning.In a lot of ways, he’s a whole new character, as a lot has happened in between. When I moved from New York to California, I was 10 years old and the new kid. He’d take me down to the basement and let me punch him in the jaw, to let me know what it felt like to hit someone. I was the guy running back to watch the Mets win the World Series in 1986.The writers smartly place heart over humor, positioning as a nostalgia trip and an effective action story.The show also gives Macchio and Zabka a pair of richly human roles, and a return to the dojo that neither could have foreseen.I was raised in an entertainment family, and it was feast or famine.One thing that my parents instilled in me from a young age was to find something I love to do, and I’ll never work a day in my life.We try and one-up each other, as he claims that La Russo’s crane kick was illegal, and he should have won the tournament.I love that people are still having the conversation about if Daniel was the real bully.The creators pitched it to me over chips and salsa, and I think I agreed to do it before the waiter took our order. The combination of it coming from a fan point of view, with their skill set, was the right match. Ralph, did you stay close to your on-screen mentor Pat Morita over the years? My dad used to put a bowl on my head to cut my hair. I was a total fish out of water—but coming from New York, I grew up throwing fists and getting hit. I wanted to go to the hockey game or the family picnic.I had the bell-bottom jeans, a “Pinball Wizard” shirt, and a banana-seat bike. Did you ever hit a personal rock bottom, in regards to how your career has played out?