Netflix will take on the rethinking of the children’s animated series “Avatar: The Legend of Aang”, which since 2005 appeared on the channel Nickelodeon in the US and was popular not only there, but also abroad. About shootings of the series with live actors on “Avatar” reported Twitter account See What’s Next, through which Netlix shares official announcements.
About the adaptation of “Avatar” while very little information. It is only known that the authors of the original show Michael Dante Diemartino and Brian Konietzko will also work to transfer the cartoon into the “real” world. In the series, they promised to invite actors who are racially and culturally appropriate to the respective roles: “It will not be whitened caste.”
Animation series consisted of three seasons for 20 (in the last season 21) episodes lasting 20 minutes. In 2010, for a big screen, the show tried to film the director M. Night Shyamalan. But his “Master of the Elements” came out unsuccessful and earned a whole scattering of “Golden Raspberries”: the worst film, the director, the script, the worst use of 3D, the worst male role of the second plan.
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) 18 September 2018
Last year, for Netflix, the feature film “Death Note” was shot based on the same manga and anime. And he turned out frank hack-work.