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May 6, 2010

The Last Airbender

Four Nations, One Destiny. Paramount is on to their final marketing push for M. Night Shyamalan's The Last Airbender even though it doesn't hit theaters until early July. They released at least one new photo (seen above) of Dev Patel as the Prince of the Fire Nation - Zuko. Two more new "final" posters have been released (one via Empire, other via SlashFilm) to compliment those two character posters from earlier in the week. And for those interested, there's a really cool behind-the-scenes featurette found on Embassy Suites' Last Airbender website that talks about shooting on location in Iceland. And I'm still so excited to see this!

The Last Airbender Poster  The Last Airbender Poster

If you haven't seen this yet, watch the awesomely epic final trailer for The Last Airbender online right here.

The Last Airbender is directed by M. Night Shyamalan, of The Sixth Sense, Unbreakable, Signs, The Village, Lady in the Water and The Happening previously. The screenplay was also written by M. Night Shyamalan while the story was co-written by Shyamalan and creators Bryan Konietzko and Michael Dante DiMartino. This is based on the popular Nickelodeon cartoon series Avatar: The Last Airbender that originally aired in 2005. Paramount is bringing The Last Airbender to theaters everywhere starting on July 2nd this summer.

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Reader Feedback - 14 Comments

1

So much hype for this movie. Hope it delievers or it will be in the lines of Lady in the Water and The Happening =/

Michael Transformababy on May 6, 2010

2

I see two things wrong with these posters: 1) M. Night's name is written above the title and 2) the words "IN 3D" is written beneath it.

sean on May 6, 2010

3

P.S. - Alex, you would be excited to see a Dinosaur shit on a rock if the CGI was good enough.

sean on May 6, 2010

4

so the director should not have his name on the poster of his movie and they should not advertise it being in 3D when it is in 3D you are an idiot

nelson on May 6, 2010

5

You missed my point entirely. Idiot.

sean on May 6, 2010

6

#3 - Well I'm just pretty damn excited for this movie, it made its way to the top of my most anticipated list with that last trailer. I think these posters do look pretty awesome, and I'll probably just choose to see this in 2D, so who cares if they say 3D or not.

Alex Billington on May 6, 2010

7

Kind of cool poster.

Fisherr on May 6, 2010

8

Apparently this guys point is simple. "Hi I am better than you because I talk about people who make millions of dollars every year as if my feeble attempts at looking cool in an anonymous way by pretending I know anything about cinema besides the fact that there is technology out there to make a CGI dinosaur shit on a rock and try to throw that in the face of a website editor or whatever because the internet has given everyone a chance to anonymously say stuff that clearly would not be said in a face to face encounter will change anything.......oh yea, you're an idiot." Is that anywhere near your point, sir?

Dustin Fuston on May 6, 2010

9

I can't wait for the movie @Dustin: you need help @Alex: keep doing a great job

Kevin on May 6, 2010

10

i know its probably been said in other posts, but was this Avatar filmed in 3D or converted? And im with you Alex, aside from Iron-Man 2 and The Sorcerer's Apprentice, this movie is a must see!

James on May 6, 2010

11

@Kevin I know. Just messing with random people 🙂

Dustin Fuston on May 6, 2010

12

@Dustin: cool 🙂

Kevin on May 6, 2010

13

Gotta say these look terrible, and Im very easily pleased when it comes to posters.

Cody w on May 6, 2010

14

Nevermind, I'm such a moron. Sorry for my pathetic attempts at witty criticism everyone, I'm just mad because any movie ideas I ever have will die and be forgotten along with me. Just like the rest of the whiners in comments sections like this across the net. The truth is, I am in awe of this film and its posters. Incredible!

sean on May 7, 2010

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