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The upcoming Netflix adaption of Avatar: The Last Airbender has had the original series creators, Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko, step away from the project, as detailed by DiMartino in an open letter on his blog.
“Many of you have been asking me for updates about the Avatar live-action Netflix series. I can finally tell you that I am no longer involved with the project. In June of this year, after two years of development work, Bryan Konietzko and I made the difficult decision to leave the production.”Michael Dante DiMartino via www.michaeldantedimartino.com
A shocking change of events, the letter goes on to discuss the hopes that the pair had for working on the project, and the reality of what happened. You can read the full letter here. It will be left to see how this departure will affect the project, though some fans have already begun to voice their concern. DiMartino wrote that, “Netflix’s live-action adaptation of Avatar has the potential to be good.” Going on to note the Netflix adaption is no longer what the original series creators had intended to make.
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