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Avatar The Last Airbender (Film Series)
Avatar: The Last Airbender (Film Series)
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Original run


  • Part One: 120 Mins.
  • Part Two: 130 Mins.
  • Part Three: 210 Mins.
  • Part Four: 140 Mins.
  • Part Six: 205 Mins.
  • Part Seven: 135 Mins.
  • Part Eight: 225 Mins.
  • Part Nine: 235 Mins.







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The Avatar: The Last Airbender film series is an adaption of the Nickelodeon show of the same name. Written by AvatarKatar, the series is to pay closer tribute to the show than The Last Airbender film. Separated in 9-parts, 3 per season, to be focused around the main events of the show.

The film follows a 12-year old named Aang, the Avatar and the last airbender, who travels around the world with his friends, Sokka, Katara and Toph, to learn the four elements of water, earth and fire to defeat the evil Fire Lord.

Book One

Boy In The Iceberg

Book One: Boy in the Iceberg is the first instalment of the series. The film adapts the first four episodes of the series, Boy in the Iceberg, The Avatar Returns, The Southern Air Temple and The Warriors of Kyoshi. Though, the film is presented with "Warriors of Kyoshi" occurring before "The Southern Air Temple".

The film introduces Aang, a 12-year old kid, who was trapped in an iceberg for almost hundred years only to be found and rescued by two members of tribe in the North Pole named Katara and Sokka.

The Winter Solstice

Book One: The Winter Solstice is the second instalment of the series. Just like the previous film, the Winter Solstice is based off episodes of Season One of Avatar: The Last Airbender.

This time, the film adapts The King of Omashu, Imprisoned, Jet, The Storm, The Blue Spirit and The Winter Solstice Part One and Two. It also includes elements from the Waterbending Scroll, Bato of the Water Tribe, The Northern Air Temple and The Deserter.

The added episodes makes the film almost 3 hours long and mixes elements of an episode together to create a following narrative.

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