New TV Spots for Last Airbender & Explore the Nations Videos

June 18, 2010
Source: SlashFilm

The Last Airbender

With only two weeks left until Shyamalan's The Last Airbender hits theaters, Paramount's marketing is going through the roof. A whole bunch of TV spots have been hitting pretty much everywhere you look. I've included two must watch TV spots below that just look fantastic and there's another that you can check out here. Besides that, SlashFilm found four "Explore the Nation" videos of which I've featured two of, for the Fire Nation and the Air Temple, below. The nation videos are pretty bland, just CGI fly-throughs, but if you want to see the rest you can here. There's a lot of awesome Last Airbender content out right now, so enjoy!

Watch the first new TV Spot for The Last Airbender:

Watch the second new TV Spot for The Last Airbender:

Watch the Air Temple explore video for The Last Airbender:

Watch the Fire Nation explore video for The Last Airbender:

You can also watch the last official trailer or another epic TV spot for The Last Airbender at those two links.

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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WHERE THE FUCK IS MOMO!!!!!!!!???????? I WANT MOMO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

godius333 on Jun 18, 2010


why does anybothy cares a shit about momo????

godius333 on Jun 18, 2010


just go at last airbender fans they have picture of momo in the gallery

srsm on Jun 18, 2010


This film has finaly sold me. Its taken a while and every video i've seen of the film before this point has had mixed reactions from me. But after watching these kick ass videos I can now honestly say that I am accually really excited about this.

John on Jun 18, 2010


Also, what was the song in the Fire Nation video? Sounds Awesome

John on Jun 18, 2010


Didn't see smiles of Aang or the wind ball to move like Animation

mybabymovie on Jun 18, 2010


#1, don't worry ,momo is in! 🙂 . He is a comic relief and you will see it in time #2: Well already answered above and he is important Well to all the haters...this looks good and can't wait! It's very faithful to the animated series and he flight on Appa looks cool too Disappointed in the face of Appa...come on ...black! hmmmm he looks like a big yeti instead of a proper flying bison. Anyway the other details are fine by me. his noise is almost right Another smash for Night Shyamalan! As I said be4, whatever Hary potter did for magic, this will do for Hinduism and Buddhism

I am... on Jun 19, 2010


even tho i dont want to see this. id love if little kids became all into Buddhism. i doubt it will be to the scale of Harry Potter but it would be funny!

D on Jun 19, 2010


@7 yea i saw appa's face and something didn't seem right but still looking forward to it

Duck on Jun 19, 2010


This supposed "epic" is only 90 minutes long and is getting converted to 3-D. I hope it fails.

graffiti bandit on Jun 20, 2010


is there such a thing as overmarketing?

Eli on Jun 20, 2010


@10 graffiti bandit The film's actually going to be 2 hours, the reviewers who saw the film happened to leave out the fact that they were told that they weren't going to be shown at least 30 minutes of the movie. The conversion happens to be taking place due to how well it looks and not as a gimmick. M. Night and Frank Marshall (the producer) weren't even going to go that route until they were shown how great the way the movie was filmed lent itself to a great conversion process.

Dresden on Jun 20, 2010


This movie is 103 minutes.

Echo on Jun 21, 2010


"This movie is 103 minutes." Yup. Including credits. And Dresden, 3-D is nothing but a gimmick, not get it confused.

graffiti bandit on Jun 21, 2010


@14 You don't HAVE to watch in 3D. Also a short-er movie equals bad? 😐

Gabs on Jun 21, 2010

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