Netflix Presents Avatar: The Last Airbender Live-Action Version

NETFLIX has announced a cast and cast of characters for the live-action, adaptation of Avatar: The Last Airbender, including Gordon Cormier (The Stand) as Aang, Kiawenttio (Beans) as Katara, Ian Ousley (13 Reasons Why) as Sokka, and Dallas Liu (Shang-Chi and the Legends of the Ten Rings) as Zuko.

Quoting from The Verge, this live-action adaptation was actually discussed for the first time in 2018. However, there were problems because Avatar story makers Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko withdrew from the project due to differences in creative vision with Netflix.

“I realize I can’t control the creative direction of this series, but I can control how I respond,” DiMartino wrote on his blogspot page, reported by The Verge.

“Netflix’s live-action adaptation of Avatar has the potential to be good. But what I can be sure of is that whatever version appears on screen, it will not be what Bryan and I imagined.”

Albert Kim as producer and writer said VFX technology has advanced to support live-action versions which can bring rich new visuals to the fantasy world, and we will also be able to see real things that we have never seen before.

He also added “with the Netflix format it means we have the opportunity to reimagine a story that was originally told in self-contained half-hour episodes, as a continuous series narrative. That means the story and emotional points we loved in the original can give us more room to breathe and grow.”

Avatar: The Last Airbender, first aired on Nickelodeon, an animated version that tells the story of the adventures of Aang and his friends.

This live-action version will be a new benchmark in representing and bringing a new generation to fans.

“This is an opportunity to showcase Asian and Indigenous characters as living and breathing people. Not only in cartoons, but in a real world, very similar to the world we live in,” said Albert Kim.

‘Avatar: The Last Air Bender’ Begins Production, Netflix Prepares Magnificent Set

WHO can’t wait for the live-action series Avatar: The Last Air Bender? There is a breath of fresh air from this much-anticipated series. Netflix has reportedly started production, and they are currently preparing a magnificent set to shoot the series in Vancouver, Lower Mainland, British Columbia, Canada.

For the sake of presenting slick visual effects, Netflix partnered with studio Pixomondo on a specially made facility with a width of 25 meters and a height of eight meters. The stage has an area of ​​2,136 square meters with more than three thousand LED panels.

These sets are known to be similar to those used to create series such as The Midnight Sky, The Mandalorian, and How I Met Your Father.

“This set allows visual effects to be performed in real time on camera, and combines multiple environments at a single stage. It’s also one of the largest virtual production volumes in North America,” Netflix said.

“We’re excited to start production on this incredible project, and we’re excited to work with the tech controllers at PXO to create the stunning world of Avatar: The Last Airbender using the most advanced techniques,” said writer and executive producer for the series, Alber. Kim.

This live-action adaptation was first discussed in 2018. However, there was a problem because Avatar’s creators, Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko, resigned due to differences in creative vision with Netflix.

The series will star Gordon Cormier as Aang, Kiawenttio as Katara, Ian Ousley as Sokka, Dallas Lius as Zuko, and Daniel Dae Kim as Fire Lord Ozai.

Albert Kim said VFX technology has advanced to support live-action versions which can bring new rich visuals to the fantasy world, and we will also be able to see real things that we have never seen before.

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Avatar: The Last Airbender animation premiered on Nickelodeon. Tells the adventures of Aang and his friends. This live-action version will set a new benchmark for other animated series adaptation projects, as well as bring new fans into Aang’s adventures.