The idea of recapturing the classic movies, and give them a twist with characters of flesh and bone, it is a trend that has risen in the past years, so that all companies want to carry it out, even Netflix, who will return to the story of Avatar: The legend of Aang.
In charge of directing the plot, will be Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzo, who are the original creators of the popular cartoon, so it is expected that this time they will have a better production and execution that the view in Avatar: The last master of the air that made M. Night Shyamalan.
AND I can confirm that the original creators, Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko, will be back to take on the live action. THIS IS WHAT WE’VE BEEN TRAINING FOR ALL THESE YEARS. https://t.co/Pi5M1TDTZc
— NX (@NXOnNetflix) September 18, 2018
This was announced through the official account that the company has on Twitter, where it was explained that they will have the support of Nickelodeon to build the story, which is scheduled to leave the following year.
With this situation, the same creative commented on how excited they are to carry out a project as successful as it was Avatar when it aired on the platform of Nickelodeon:
“We are excited by the opportunity of directing this adaptation live-action Avatar: The Last Airbender. We can’t wait to see the world of Aang of cinematic form just as you always imagined and with a cast that is culturally appropriate, not caucasian.
It is a once in a lifetime opportunity to build on the great work of the animated series original and delve even deeper into the characters, story, action, and their world.”
With these statements, it is known that Netflix will base the decisions of your cast in all that has been seen in the cartoon of Avatar, which means that you do not leave carry by the politically correct, which is one of the aspects that they hate the fans of the original productions.
This is said for what happened with Death Note, a series that Netflix was summed up in a film, but despite all the effort, not met expectations, and fell so low that nobody wants to go back to her.
Do you believe that this is good for Avatar or it will simply be a situation similar to Death Note?
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