In a special press release, Nickelodeon announced that the original creators of the series, Michael DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko, are back with the network thanks to a brand new Avatar Studios. As Co-Chief Creative Officers, they will head "a newly formed division designed to create original content spanning animated series and movies based on the beloved world of Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra. The studio's first project will be a brand new original animated theatrical film. We are fortunate to have an ever-growing community of passionate fans that enjoys exploring the Avatarverse as much as we do. And with this new Avatar Studios venture we have an unparalleled opportunity to develop our franchise and its storytelling on a vast scale, in myriad exciting ways and mediums," said Bryan Konietzko and Michael DiMartino in a press release. This will no doubt be exciting to Avatar: The Last Airbender fans, especially after news over the upcoming Netflix live-action series left doubts after Bryan and Michael left due to creative differences.
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One of the best things about Avatar: The Last Airbender is its incredible set of strong female characters that make the show even more worth watching. Just imagine it without its female cast, the show would lack strength, compassion, drama, and an endless amount of laughter. The girls bring undeniable energy that demands all of your attention, not that they need it anyway! This is why we decided to honor them in our list today. The way both Avatar shows handle issues like war, trauma, despotic governments, bigotry, and taking action in the face of adversity feel relevant and resonate with modern audiences living through the chaos of these uncertain times.
How "Avatar: The Last Airbender" Changed Animation for the Better
Night Shyamalan's The Last Airbender may not have been the fantasy blockbuster for which anyone was hoping, but it's hard to argue with the fact that the film featured a pretty malevolent cast of villains. The cinematic catastrophe that was The Last Airbender is old news at this point. Obviously, after the first film's disastrous reception, any and all plans to develop sequels were hastily turfed. The failure was so complete that Netflix is now gearing up to take another crack at bringing Avatar: The Last Airbender to life barely ten years after Shyamalan's effort crashed and burned. One of the strengths of the source material is its wide cast of compelling villains with complex motivations.
Over the past few weeks, people have been posting photos on social media comparing themselves to animated characters , so when year-old Angel took a few selfies and noticed a resemblance to Princess Yue from the show Avatar: The Last Airbender, she tweeted the pictures. On Twitter, she got love from her followers, but then her photos went viral. Her selfies were shared by a fan page on Instagram, and the responses were entirely the opposite. She said, "It made me wonder why the response for Black cosplayers or dark skin Black girls are so different from others.