Gordon Cormier como Aang (Especial).

The charismatic air monk responsible for defeating Lord of Fire Ozai returns, but this time in live action: it’s ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’. (‘Avatar: the Last Airbender’), which will have its own series on Netflix, which the cast was already known about.

through social networks, nNetflix The cast that will be part of the new series has been revealed, boasting Gordon Cormier as the protagonist and another Joey as Aang, Kiawentiio as Katara, Ian Ousley as Sokka, and Dallas Leo as Zuko.

Netflix posted on social networks, “I bring you news. This is the cast of Avatar: The Last Airbender.”

Albert Kim will be an offer, executive producer and screenwriter of the series that reports Delivery timeAnd Netflix thinks it will be a true adaptation of acclaimed series Where the aerial monk is in charge of saving the world from the Fire Nation.

“Direct action release will establish A new standard in show and will attract a whole new generation of fansKim wrote on the Netflix Blog. This was an opportunity to show To Asian and indigenous characters as people who live and breathe. Not only in a cartoon, but in a world really as well It exists, very similar to what we live in.”

Gordon Cormier (Ang) He is the last antenna lender, responsible for re-establishing order in the world under the figure of the Avatar, the only mortal capable of controlling the four elements; Kiawentiio (Katara) is a sister from the Southern Water Tribe of the character Ian Ousley (Sokka).Both accompany Aang on his journey; Dallas Leo (Zuko) to play the frustrated Fire Prince, who will seek to capture Avatar Aang.

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Albert Kim will share script credits with Dan Lin of Rideback and Lindsey Liberatore serving as executive producers, along with Michael Goi. Roseanne Liang is co-executive producer and Goi, Roseanne Liang and Jabbar Raisani will direct the live action. There is no release date for the series yet.

“Avatar: The Last Airbender,” as it became known in Latin America, ran for three seasons, while the sequel to “Avatar: The Last Airbender,” He had four seasons in total; Both series can be seen on the same platform Netflix.

While, on the side Live action or direct event, we already knew the material, because it was released in 2010 The Last Airbender, a feature film based on the first season of The Legend of Aang. It did not achieve the expected success. Netflix is ​​now hoping to give the franchise a better life.

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