‘stolen’ images from the live-action series set removed by Netflix

It seems Netflix wants to keep as much information as possible for the live-action adaptation of Avatar The Last Airbender. The series, we recall, will narrate the events of the animated counterpart. We will therefore find ourselves following the Avatar Aang, with the task of bringing balance between the four elements (fire, earth, air and water) and stop the warlike Nation of Fire.. The animated series is considered to be among the best ever, so the expectations for the live-action adaptation are really high.

Netflix knows this, and some images posted by a user on Twitter had shown how faithful the settings were to the animated series. Let’s say ‘they had‘because the company had those photos removed. But what exactly did these images show? Well, just some areas of the Water Tribe and the Fire Nation. More precisely, the first part showed a part of the landscape present in the Northern Water Tribe, while the second showed the area of ​​the throne.

These two photos from the live-action Avatar The Last Airbender there they showed how much the adaptation wants to be faithful to the original source. After the flop of the film released several years ago, Netflix certainly cannot afford missteps with this series. Unfortunately, at the moment, we don’t have a possible release date for the series yet. What we do know is that the first season will consist of 8 episodes of one hour each. Plus, each installment will have a $ 15 million super production.


The cast of Avatar The Last Airbender will consist of: Paul Sun-Hyung Lee as Iroh; Gordon Cormier as Aang; Kiawentiio Tarbell will be Katara; Ian Ousley will play Sokka; Dallas Liu will play the role of Zuko; Elizabeth Yu will be Azula; Daniel Dae Kim is Fire Lord Ozai; Maria Zhang will be Suki’s interpreter; Ken Leung is Commander Zhao; Lim Kay Siu will play Gyatso; Yvonne Chapman will play Avatar Kyoshi; Tamlyn Tomita will wear the clothes of Yukari and finally Casey Camp-Horinek will be Gran Gran.

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Source: ScreenRant