Filming for Avatar: The Last Airbender has officially begun and Netflix has shared the first cast photo on set.
Netflix unveiled the start of resumed of the live-action series Avatar: The Last Airbender sharing a cast photo of the expected project.
The project taken from the Nickelodeon animated show has been announced for some time and in the summer the interpreters of the main characters were revealed.
The production of Avatar: The Last Airbender will take place in Vancouver, in collaboration with Pixomondo Virtual Production.
In the shot are portrayed Lindsey Liberatore, executive producer of the project, the directors Jet Wilkinson and Jabbar Raisani, the showrunner and screenwriter Albert Kim, the producer and director Michael Goi, Ian Ousley who plays Sokka, Dallas Liu who plays the role of Zuko, Roseanne Liang who is producer and director, executive producer Dan Lin, Kiawentiio who plays Katara, Gordon Cormier who plays Aang. The cast will also include Daniel Dae Kim in the cast of Lord Ozai.
Albert Kim said: “We are thrilled to begin production on this incredible project and are especially thrilled to work with the technology that pushes the boundaries of PXO to create the wonderful world of Avatar: The Last Airbender using the most advanced techniques available to filmmakers everywhere in the world. world.“.
Avatar – The Legend of Aang, in the original Avatar: The Last Airbender, aired over three seasons on Nickelodeon, from February 2005 to July 2008. The series has been nominated for many awards, winning Annie Awards, Genesis Awards, a Primetime Emmy Awards and a Peabody Award.
The episodes tell the adventures of the protagonist Aang and his friends, who must save the world by defeating the Fire Lord Ozai, thus ending the terrible war with the Fire Nation.
Avatar – The Legend of Aang has quickly established itself as one of the most loved animated series. Following the success of the series, it has also become a comic book and graphic novel saga. The graphic novel series Avatar: The Legend of Aang remained on the New York Times best-selling graphic novel chart for 70 weeks in total, even reaching the top spot. DVDs and Blu-rays also had incredible success with Avatar – The Legend of Aang: The Complete Series.