Avatar's First Movie is Bringing Back Aang and The Gaang

Avatar’s First Movie is Bringing Back Aang and The Gaang

The popular universe of Avatar: The Last Airbender was the subject of an announcement made by Nickelodeon a year ago on their intentions to continue the series.

The news that not one but three full-length motion pictures would be set in the world of Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko’s martial arts fantasy anime was announced a month ago by the company that goes by the name Avatar Studios, which will be the company’s first venture into the film industry.

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Since then, there have been speculations and hopes regarding who would lead those films, and we now know that at least one of them will bring us back together with the courageous children who started it all.

During the “Avatar: Braving the Elements” panel, Janet Varney, who voiced Korra in the sequel series of the same name, revealed that the first Avatar film will bring back Avatar Aang and his iteration of Team Avatar from the mothership series, but this time as young adults.

Team Avatar will consist of the siblings Katara and Sokka, earthbender Toph Beifong, Prince Zuko, and Kyoshi warrior Suki. The film will be directed by Lauren Montgomery, who previously worked on Avatar. It will be produced by DiMartino and Konietzko, along with Eric Coleman, who was responsible for the production of Korra.

Avatar's First Movie is Bringing Back Aang and The Gaang
Avatar’s First Movie is Bringing Back Aang and The Gaang

Notably, in the video that can be found above, Varney can be seen reading a copy of Rising of Kyoshi by F.C. Yee, which is a novel written for young adults. Earlier this year, there were rumors that the Avatar film trilogy will be completed with a film that would center on her, as well as one that would feature fellow fan favorite Avatar Korra.

It’s possible that Nickelodeon is simply joking around, but it may also be a subtle admission that the network has plans to produce two more movies in the near future.

There is currently no information available on the storyline of the first Avatar film, and it is not even certain which members of the original cast will be retained for the sequel.

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Voice actors Dante Basco and Jack De Sena, who are respectively responsible for Zuko and Sokka’s roles, were present at the discussion but did not comment on their characters’ participation. In the not-too-distant future, we will provide specifics on the movie as well as its two sequels.

For the time being, we have this news as well as the novel for Avatar Yangchen that was just published lately to tie us over until the next significant announcement on this rebirth.

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