Avatar: The Last Airbender Live Action Series Is Something To Look Forward To

In 2005, Avatar: The Last Airbender made its debut on Nickelodeon and it became a big success. Now a live action remake of the series is coming to Netflix.

Many fans around the world have enjoyed the show for many reasons. Between the exciting battles against the fire nation and Sokka’s hilarious moments, it was a show worth watching. Netflix had made this live action remake announcement in 2018 and they’ve been working on the series since then.

Recently, there was a bump in the road. According to CinemaBlend, the creators of the series Michael DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko have left the show due to creative differences. This situation may cause changes to the show. However, despite the original creators departure I still believe that the live action series could be entertaining to watch.

The show could still create some iconic moments from the original cartoon. One example was the epic battle at the North Pole. Watching Aang and the ocean spirit take on the fire nation army was engaging.

Another thing that they should stick to is the comedy styles of Sokka. One of the most humorous moments was him hallucinating on cactus juice in the desert. That had me chuckling every time.

The cast for the live action series has yet to be made. More details will be available in time as we get through the pandemic.

The cartoon had set the bar high, but I believe that the live action version will be entertaining. If any of you have any favorite Avatar: The Last Airbender moments, feel free to comment.

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