Netflix’s ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’ is in good hands, says Yvonne Chapman

Kyoshi and her girlfriend, Rangi.

Fans of Avatar: The Last Airbender can look forward to Netflix’s upcoming live-action adaptation of the beloved animated series. While the show is still in development, actress Yvonne Chapman, who is set to portray Avatar Kyoshi in the series, recently shared some details about her role and the production.

In an interview with Cliche Magazine, Chapman spoke about her excitement for the series and the talent behind it. She emphasized that the show is still a work in progress, but praised what she’s seen so far. “I’m really curious to see what it’s going to look like. Like everybody else, I’m kind of in the dark as well,” she said. “But I’m so excited to see it! The team is fantastic. Gordon Cormier, who plays Aang, is so lovely and so talented.”

Chapman also discussed the passion that the showrunners and creators have for the source material, as they were all fans of the original animated series growing up. She noted that there is a great deal of respect for the story and that they’ve kept in mind that the audience that will be watching the live-action adaptation has grown up with the show. Chapman expressed her belief that the series will be great, and she can’t wait to see it.

As for Chapman’s character, Avatar Kyoshi, fans can expect to see her portrayed in a similar manner to how she was in the animated series. Chapman described Kyoshi as a very fierce person with a different perspective from the other Avatars, who will guide Aang and give him the advice he needs to hear at the right time. In the animated series, Kyoshi is portrayed as a powerful and experienced Avatar who is willing to do whatever it takes to protect her people.

Avatar: The Last Airbender" The Warriors of Kyoshi (TV Episode 2005) - IMDb

While the live-action adaptation of Avatar: The Last Airbender does not have an official release date yet, fans can rest assured that the show is in good hands. Previous attempts at a live-action adaptation, such as M. Night Shyamalan’s controversial film in 2010, were criticized for their deviations from the source material and accusations of whitewashing. However, Chapman’s words about the team’s respect for the story and dedication to a faithful adaptation could potentially ease any skepticism from fans. With a new animated series in the works as well, it’s an exciting time to be a fan of the Avatar franchise.

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