6 Things Netflix's Avatar: The Last Airbender Show Is Already Fixing From M Night Shyamalan's Movie

With just a two-minute teaser released so far, the upcoming live-action Avatar: The Last Airbender series is already accomplishing things that M.

Knight Shyamalan's notoriously terrible adaptation was never able to. The 2010 live-action cinematic adaptation will undoubtedly be compared to the live-action Netflix reboot

from the outset, but given that the movie didn't exactly raise the bar, it's hard to imagine how it could perform any worse.

It seems that Netflix's adaptation of Avatar: The Last Airbender has nailed many of the story points that the original film failed to cover in the two minutes that have been released so far.

With over 440 minutes of story in Book 1, the live-action film was bound to fail because it could not have been realistically adapted into a ninety-minute film. 

Since the new Netflix live-action adaptation will be a series, it will have more time to incorporate more of the original show's source material,

which has already given it a better chance of success. When it comes to capturing the essence of Avatar: The Last Airbender, all of those components mark a solid beginning for the program.

The 2010 movie did not want to confuse viewers because of the groundbreaking special effects phenomenon that was Avatar, which was released the previous year. 

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