VIDEO: Reactions to Aang flying without his glider to illustrate that he’s an airbending prodigy in 5 minutes at the beginning of Avatar The Last Airbender live action KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Friday, February 23, 2024

VIDEO: Reactions to Aang flying without his glider to illustrate that he’s an airbending prodigy in 5 minutes at the beginning of Avatar The Last Airbender live action

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Reactions to Aang flying without his glider to illustrate that he’s an airbending prodigy in 5 minutes at the beginning of Avatar The Last Airbender live action.

The story of ‘AVATAR THE LAST AIRBENDER’ will continue in a new animated film releasing in October 2025.

Follows Aang, Katara, Sokka, Zuko & Toph all in their late 20s to early 30s. There was so much potential in this story − about a world in which some people have the superpower to control water, fire, earth and air through what is called “bending” − to create something gorgeous and striking in a live-action medium. Not as a shot-for-shot recreation, but as its own epic that embraced the themes and tone of its source material. But out of fear of angering die-hard fans, lack of time and/or budget or a fundamental misunderstanding of what “adaptation” really means, the new “Avatar” is a regretful mess in its first season. Both too slavish to the original and too far removed from it, the new “Avatar” fails in every way. And it’s infuriating. 

The year was 2010. Barack Obama was president. The only “Tik Tok” to speak of was the song by Kesha. And a beloved animated Nickelodeon series had come to life as a live-action movie.

I’m talking, of course, about the critically panned 2010 film “The Last Airbender,” directed by M. Night Shyamalan. An adaptation of the beloved 2005-08 series “Avatar: The Last Airbender,” Shyamalan’s film has become infamous for its failures. But there was no way yet another adaptation of that richly mythological series could crash and burn so spectacularly, right?

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