Will there be a sequel to Avatar?

Nickelodeon founds Avatar Studios: New titles planned

Two of the most successful non-Asian animes of all time are celebrating an unexpected return: A whole world around Avatar Aang and Avatar Korra is to be built via Paramount +.

Either "Avatar: The Last Airbender" as well as "The legend of Korra“Set a whole new standard in Nickelodeon cartoon for teenagers and adults. Visually, of course, strongly oriented towards the Far Eastern art of anime, the two series delivered epic stories, strong characters and valuable lessons for life - the 9.2 at IMDb is as maximum earned.

Nevertheless, the journey of the two avatars in 2014 was over, a continuation was out of the question for a long time - Shyamalans Career low "The Legend of Aang“May, no, must definitely be skilfully ignored. About the launch of the new streaming service Paramount +, which is expected to be rolled out worldwide at the beginning of March (we reported), Nickelodeon has now announced that it has founded the promising Avatar Studios. Accordingly, it is planned to launch several new titles and projects from the element-dominating world of Aang and Korra.

Since the two showrunners and idea givers Michael DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko Surprisingly distanced themselves from the planned Netflix live-action adaptation last year, nobody really believed in a sequel of any kind anymore. Now DiMartino and Konietzko will once again work with Nick and the newly founded Avatar Studios to write new chapters. Both will act as producers and direct the creative work in the background. Exact information about the projects is not yet available, but what is certain is that both series and films are to be realized in partly animated and partly drawn form.

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