Avatar Studios’ upcoming feature film has been the talk of the town, and new juicy details have surfaced, leaving fans on the edge of their seats. According to insider DanielRPK, who spilled the beans to Avatar News, the highly anticipated movie will take place a decade after the thrilling finale of the original series, Avatar: The Last Airbender.
The untitled film will reportedly focus more on Aang and Katara, who are now all grown up, while Sokka, Toph, and Zuko will take on supporting roles. Fans will be thrilled to know that the characters’ ages have been revealed, with Aang being 24, Katara at 26, Sokka at 27, Toph at 24, and Zuko at 28.
But the excitement doesn’t end there. Rumors have been circulating about the title of the movie, with two potential options gaining traction. The first is “Echoes and Aftershocks,” which was possibly revealed by a Paramount Animation production accountant named Jen Klatt on social media. The other possible title is “Hidden Kingdom,” as reported by Avatar News.
As the Avatar fanbase eagerly awaits the official title and more details about the upcoming film, it’s safe to say that the anticipation and excitement are at an all-time high. Fans can’t wait to see their beloved Gaang all grown up and ready to take on new adventures in the Avatar universe.
What Fans Can Expect from the Avatar: The Last Airbender Spinoff Film!
Exciting news is brewing in the Avatar: The Last Airbender fandom as rumors circulate about an upcoming animated film featuring the beloved character, Zuko. While there hasn’t been official confirmation from actor Dante Basco, who originally voiced the fiery prince, fans are buzzing with anticipation about the possibility of his return to the role.
But that’s not all! The film will be animated by the talented team at Flying Bark Productions, who worked on the visually stunning episodes of Disney+’s hit show, What If…? And if that’s not enough to get you excited, the script for the film is being penned by acclaimed writer Kenneth Lin, known for his work on popular shows like Star Trek: Discovery and House of Cards.
Details about the plot and cast are still tightly under wraps, leaving fans to speculate about what kind of adventure awaits us in the Avatar universe. But one thing is for sure: the wait will be worth it. According to reports, we won’t be seeing any of the exciting projects currently in development at Avatar Studios until at least 2024. So buckle up, Avatar fans, and get ready for an epic journey with Zuko and company in the years to come!
Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra are available for streaming on Paramount+.
Source: DanielRPK, via Twitter