Korra Lands Animated Film as part of Avatar Studios’ Theatrical Slate

Korra Lands Animated Film as part of Avatar Studios’ Theatrical Slate

Nickelodeon The Legend of Korra is reportedly heading for a big-screen sequel as part of Avatar Studios’ slate of animated features.

Avatar Studios recently confirmed that it is developing three theatrical films set in the world of the Nickelodeon animated series. Avatar: The Last Airbender. According Avatar Newsthe third of these films will take place during the Legend of Korra era, set after the events of the 2012-2014 anime series. Avatar News reports that the Korra movie is tentatively set to hit theaters in 2026.

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In May 2022, Avatar News reported that Avatar Studios was developing an animated film that would serve as a prequel to Avatar: The Last Airbenderas well as a second film about the fan-favorite Last Airbender Zuko character. The outlet is now reporting that the aforementioned previous film will focus on Avatar Kyoshi. According Avatar Newsthe Kyoshi movie is slated for release in 2024, while the Zuko movie is slated for 2025. With the Korra movie’s 2026 release window, however, these are subject to change.


All that being said, while Avatar News speculates that the Legend of Korra The follow-up film will indeed focus on Korra herself, it was unable to confirm this explicitly at the time of writing. “I should note that these are all very high-level descriptions…I don’t know the exact focus of the Korra-era film, although I would personally bet it will be Korra herself,” explained the point of sale. “But in the end, I guess I should put a disclaimer that I don’t know that level of detail, except for the specific case of Zuko’s movie regarding Zuko himself. Technically, I don’t know if Kyoshi’s movie will feature her, but I can’t really imagine it won’t…”


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Avatar News also clarified that “this is just a preview of Avatar Studios’ CURRENT plans – their UN-announced, UN-confirmed plans. I won’t be announcing or confirming anything this early either, and there’s good reason why. which they aren’t – they have “not even revealed their very first movie yet… That being said, this is legit information and not just speculation/guesswork, and it also might NOT to change. I honestly think the release dates are very likely to change, but I don’t think it would be unlikely that the three high-level Kyoshi/Zuko/Korra concepts would stay the same.”


A critically acclaimed anime series that maintains a strong fanbase to this day, Avatar: The Last Airbender originally aired for three seasons on Nickelodeon from 2005 to 2008. The Legend of Korraa series of sequels set 70 years later, ran for four seasons on Nickelodeon (later Nick.com) from 2012 to 2014.

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The last air Mastera notoriously maligned live-action film adaptation of the original animated series, hit theaters in 2010. A live-action series based on the original cartoon is currently in the works at Netflix and recently wrapped production on its first season.


Source: Avatar News

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