Netflix is getting ready to release a live-action version of “Avatar: The Last Airbender” that fans have been waiting for.
Netflix is getting ready to release a live-action version of the TV show Avatar: The Last Airbender, which was made in Vancouver, Canada.
Michael Goi will be in charge of directing the new eight-part series. Albert Kim will be in charge of running the show, and Ryan Halprin and Lindsey Liberatore will be the producers.
Dan Lin is listed as an executive producer, and his company, Rideback, which is known for making Sherlock Holmes, Lego, and IT movies, is also listed.
What’s on Netflix says that Avatar: The Last Airbender is one of the most expensive shows on Netflix. Each episode reportedly costs $15 million, which adds up to $120 million for just season 1.
Gordon Cormier, from “Lost in Space,” plays Aang. Kiawentiio Tarbell, from “Anne with an E,” plays Katara. Ian Ousley, from “13 Reasons Why,” plays Sokka, and Dallas Liu, from “PEN15,” plays Zuko.
Albert Kim revealed “there will be surprises for both fans of the story and people who have never heard it before, but the story will be true to itself. For the people. To the ways culture shapes “will stay the same.
Prince Zuko, whose voice was done by Dante Basco in the animated series, will not come back.
The cast had a party on June 18, 2022, to celebrate the end of filming. This means that the show will come out sometime in 2023.