Netflix repealed the live-action of Avatar: The Last Airbender is no longer on the screen as the co-creators DiMartino and Byran Konietzko by referring to Netflix’s negative and unsupportive environment for their conception on the charge of a new live-action adaptation of “Avatar: The Last Airbender”.
How it began and what is Avatar: The Last Airbender?
The idea of this series was drawn off in an innovative way; in 2001; where Konietzko made an old sketch of a balding, middle-aged man and visualized the man as a child which portrays the lead character and showed to DiMartino and decided to make it happen.
In 2004; the series was launched to the world through publishing a teaser at Comic-Con and the debut was made on 21st February 2005 and ended on 19th July 2008.
In a war-torn world of basic magic, a young boy reawakens to try a dangerous mysterious journey to fulfil his fate as the avatar and give rise to peace to the world. The world is divided into four elemental nations: the northern- southern water tribes, the earth kingdom, the fire nation and the air nomads. Aang is the existing avatar and last survivor along with his friends Sokka, Katara and Toph protect the world from war.
Is live-action Avatar: The Last Airbender cancelled or not?
However there is no confirmation of production of a sequel to ’the last Airbender’, in 2018, the Netflix along with the Nickelodeon developed a live-action avatar: the Last Airbender; is scheduled to start the production in 2019 and with the show slated to air in 2020 where the co-creators announced it “thrilled to realize Aang’s world as cinematically as always imagined it to be, and with a culturally appropriate, non-whitewashed cast and In a joint announcement for the series, Netflix said that it was committed to honouring our vision for retelling the avatar and to supporting us on creating the series”.
But in august 2020; with the statement given by the co-creators of the live-action avatar: the last Airbender, has exited the project of renewal on the series from Netflix.The creators of Avatar: The Last Airbender are no longer working on the live-action series adaptation set for Netflix. DiMartino confirms the end through a post “whatever version ends up on-screen, it will not be what Bryan and I envisioned or intended to make”
With the success, it has earned the production in which the plot made comics series, novel series, an animated sequel.
Voiced actors in Avatar: The Last Airbender
Forrest Wheeler voiced by Aang; the last avatar to remain in the elemental nations
Auli’i Cravalho voiced by Katara
Kekoa Kekumano as Sokka, a friend of Aang who also survived from the war
Peyton Elizabeth Lee as Toph.
Booboo Stewart as Zuko.
Takato Yonemoto as Uncle Iroh.
Nikki Soohoo as Azula.
Lyrica Okano as Suki.