4 Ways To Make The Netflix Avatar: The Last Airbender Live-Action Series Awesome

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As I’ve said time and again, Avatar: The Last Airbender is one of the greatest TV shows of all time. The live-action film adaptation from M.Night Shyamalan? Not so much.

With the news of an Avatar: The Last Airbender live-action series coming to Netflix that is being overseen by the original showrunners, there’s some semblance of hope that this might turn out golden. At the same time, I do have my reservations, so here are the list of things that should be improved in this next live-action adaptation of a classic show.

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Adaptations are a tricky thing to pull off. Steer too far from its source material and you get an alien product that may not gel with its target audience. Stay too close to the source word for word, and you’ll chase off people who want to see a different directorial take on the subject matter.

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Episode 086 – Best Movies 2018 So Far Feat. Hidz (Genre Equality)

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Journeyman – 2018 Movie Review

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The Titan – 2018 Sci-Fi Film Review

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Epidode 73 – Pacific Rimjob

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