Avatar: The Last Airbender creator hints at upcoming projects from Avatar Studios

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Brian Konietzko, one of the masterminds behind the phenomenal success of Avatar: The Last Airbender, alongside Michael Dante DiMartino, has returned to the spotlight as he takes on a new role as the driving force behind Avatar Studios. The animated series, which captured the hearts of millions with its captivating story of Aang, the young Avatar tasked with restoring balance to a war-torn world, continues to hold a special place in the hearts of fans worldwide.

In a recent interview on the official Avatar: The Last Airbender YouTube page, Konietzko delved into the origins of the beloved Nickelodeon series and shed light on the exciting future of the Avatar universe. Expressing their creative passion and the endless possibilities the Avatar world offers, Konietzko revealed the plans for expansion in various directions.

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Reflecting on the ongoing success of Avatar and its sequel series, The Legend of Korra, Konietzko disclosed, “We always had ideas while making these shows. We’d think, ‘Wouldn’t it be cool to explore that?’ or ‘Wouldn’t it be neat to do something in a different tone?’ And now we’re getting to expand the franchise in different directions all at once.”

In addition to a highly anticipated sequel show that will follow the Earth Avatar after Korra, Avatar Studios is venturing into the realm of feature films. The first movie in development will reunite fans with the beloved members of Team Avatar, showcasing their lives as adults. Furthermore, a dedicated film centered around the enigmatic and popular character, Prince Zuko, is also in the works. Excitement reaches its peak with the announcement of an Avatar Kyoshi film, delving into the intriguing backstory of one of Aang’s past lives.

Konietzko expressed his enthusiasm for this new cinematic chapter, stating, “Now we’re making a movie, our first movie. As cool as it was to work in TV, features were where you get to really craft something without rushing and having to put it out. As an artist, that was really alluring to me. Executing it is the hard part.”

The hunger for more Avatar content among fans is insatiable, and the prospect of multiple projects on the horizon has elevated anticipation to new heights. The return of Konietzko and DiMartino as the driving forces behind Avatar Studios is a promising sign for the future of the franchise. While initially attached to Netflix’s live-action adaptation of Avatar: The Last Airbender, the pair ultimately departed the project due to creative differences, leaving fans eager to witness their vision brought to life in their own dedicated studio.

Konietzko reflected on the challenges of creating Avatar and its sequel, stating, “Avatar was the hardest thing I’d ever done until we did Korra, which was even harder. Now we’re talking about doing multiple projects at the same time, including feature films. How did I get myself into this? But as with the first two series, it’s worth it.”

With Brian Konietzko at the helm of Avatar Studios, the future of the Avatar universe appears brighter than ever, promising fans a plethora of captivating stories, compelling characters, and breathtaking adventures that will continue to captivate audiences across the globe.

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