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New Trailer for Live-Action ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’ Netflix Series Released

by Andre
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Netflix has just released a full trailer for its highly anticipated live-action adaptation of “Avatar: The Last Airbender,” surprising fans who were expecting a repeat of the 2010 film disaster. The trailer, which lasts two and a half minutes, features a promising mix of humor, action, and a faithful representation of the beloved source material.

One standout performance is Ian Ousley’s portrayal of Sokka, which earned praise for the casting department’s excellent choices. Appa, a CGI-rendered air bison, and Momo, a winged lemur, also appear and impress viewers with their visuals.

The trailer provides a deeper look at the world and its characters, with Gordon Courmier and Kiawentiio Tarbell shining as Aang and Katara. Notably, Lost’s Daniel Dae Kim stars as the shirtless Firelord Ozai, heightening the show’s anticipation.

Prince Zuko and General Iroh, both important characters in the Avatar story, are prominently featured, with Iroh played by Paul Sun-Hyung Lee, who recently appeared in Star Wars. The diverse and talented cast appears ready to capture the essence of the beloved characters.

Despite the absence of the original series’ creators, Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko, from this adaptation, fans can expect more adventures in the Avatar universe. The Netflix series, which will premiere all episodes on February 22, is accompanied by an animated film created by the original creators, promising an exciting future for Aang and the gang.


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Leah January 23, 2024 - 4:03 PM

I can’t freaking wait

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