Kokey Appears in Promo Material for Netflix Film

Kokey, the Filipino fantaserye alien

KOKEY – The well-known figure in Filipino science fiction makes an appearance in the promotional material for Netflix’s “Rebel Moon: Part One – A Child of Fire.”

Netflix Philippines created a parody video featuring the beloved Filipino sci-fi character Kokey alongside scenes from the streaming giant’s latest blockbuster, Rebel Moon – Part One: A Child of Fire.

The video showcases Kokey in his iconic red hoodie and striped shirt in one scene, while in another, he flexes his presumably toned body. Netflix Philippines playfully raises the question, “Alien namataang sasali sa rebolusyon. Ang tanong, ok ka ba Kokey?” In one scene, a character humorously inquires, “Okey ka, Kokey?” to which Kokey responds with his classic catchphrase, “Korekorekorekok.”


Rebel Moon unfolds in a fictional universe governed by a fascist regime known as The Motherworld. The plot revolves around Kora, a former soldier attempting to escape her past by leading a simple life as a farmer on a moon named The Veldt. As The Motherworld seeks to conquer her new home, Kora assembles an army.


The star-studded cast of Rebel Moon includes Sofia Boutella, Djimon Hounsou, Ed Skrein, Michiel Huisman, Doona Bae, Ray Fisher, Charlie Hunnam, and Anthony Hopkins. The film is directed and co-written by Zack Snyder, known for his work on Dawn of the Dead and Justice League.

Kokey is a fictional character in Philippine pop culture, particularly in the realm of science fiction. The character is an extraterrestrial being, often depicted as a friendly alien with distinct physical features, such as large ears and a humanoid form. The alien is known for wearing a red hoodie and a striped shirt.

The character gained popularity through various television shows, movies, and other forms of media. Kokey is often portrayed as a humorous and kind alien who interacts with humans in a lighthearted and entertaining manner. The character’s catchphrase, “Korekorekorekok,” is well-recognized among Filipinos.

The character first appeared in the 1997 film “Kokey,” with the Filipino actress Mahal portraying the character. Since then, the alien has become an iconic figure in Filipino science fiction and is remembered as a beloved and enduring part of the country’s entertainment landscape.

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