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‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’ Netflix Series: Everything We Know So Far

All the latest updates and everything we know about Netflix’s live-action adaptation of Nickelodeon’s Avatar: The Last Airbender. avatar the last airbender netflix live action Avatar: The Last Airbender Concept Art – Picture: Netflix Netflix’s live-action adaptation series of Avatar: The Last Airbender has now officially wrapped principal photography in Vancouver, Canada. This is our big updated preview with everything we know so far about Avatar: The Last Airbender‘s live-action Netflix series including cast, production updates, what we can expect, and more. Please note: this article is a preview that’s been updated over time to reflect changes in cast, production status, and more.

Co-created by Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko, the animated series was one of the most popular cartoons of the mid-2000s. The series spawned an equally popular spin-off in 2012 known as The Legend of Korra (both of which are streaming on Netflix in most regions around the world but are expected to leave eventually). There’s a lot to get to below but if you’re looking for just the headlines, here is the TL;DR: 10 hour-long episodes were expected, but it’s been reported that it’ll be 8. The series is using groundbreaking new LED technology while filming that’s gained it a Guinness World Record. It’s one of Netflix’s most expensive shows reportedly costing $15 million per episode for a total of $120 million for season 1 alone.

Filming is expected to run until June 2022. The original creators of the Nickelodeon series are not involved in the production. The show will not feature at Netflix’s upcoming TUDUM event. What is the plot of the live-action Avatar: The Last Airbender? The plot of the live-action remake will retread the same adventures as its animated counterpart.

In the world of Avatar: The Last Airbender civilization is divided into four separate nations. The four nations are named after the elements: the Air Nomads, Earth Kingdom, Fire Nation, and the Water Tribes. In each nation, only a select few people known as the “Benders” can use their nation’s element through the regional martial arts and telekinetic powers. The only user capable of using all four elements is the “Avatar.”

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