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Obsessing over M. Night Shyamalan’s Avatar the Last Airbender film adaptation!, an unofficial The Last Airbender movie fansite, was established on November 11, 2008 (then as The Last Airbender Movie Blog) by long time Avatar fan, Jack B. Our chief goal is to provide the latest and most accurate news and information on M. Night Shyamalan’s live action movie adaptation of Avatar the Last Airbender.


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Jack Bass ~ Editor-in-Chief

Charles Carver ~ Contributor


35 Responses to “Contact Us”

  1. knowledgetoday Says:

    I love your site. Keep it up !

  2. keishakatara Says:

    Excellent site! My site is Avatar Destiny Portal – a fansite for the last airbender movie and is there anyway where I can contact the admin and get a reply back? Thanks. 🙂

  3. Caleb Says:

    Where did you get your header image? Is it from the real Greenland set!? 😀

  4. Charles Carver Says:

    Hey there slick, you’re doing a good job, especially that Carver fellow.

    By the way Fire Bug, I jacked your gravatar… just too cool

  5. HANDE Says:

    I could not see who will be TOPH in the movie?? I believe Toph must be in the movie, right???

  6. Greg Says:

    Good site, I will check daily for any news. Avatar rules!

  7. patttymetalgirl Says:

    Dislike the chosen cast… -_-

    • Linoge Says:

      And what exactly do you want them do to about it? They’re a fansite for the movie. If you’re one of those crazy boycott people, leave.

      Why on earth would you spend your time on a site devoted to the movie.

      Great work guys, your site rocks.

      • patttymetalgirl Says:

        HEY!! This is a free nation and a free space… I also like The Avatar, and this place looks fine, that’s why I came here. I know it’s a fansite, I just wanted to tell I dislike cast, because I DO!! Didn’t say anything about this blog or about people here… What’s your problem, man??

    • robin kelly Says:

      i agree with pattymetal girl, the cast isn’t what i expected; my main problem is soka his sence of humor is out, airo is ment to be a fat tea loving man ,apa’s legs look horrible fire benders need a fire source that sucks! sorry my standards are too high

      • patttymetalgirl Says:

        I’m also dissapointed about this film, it seemed better on the trailer. I was waiting a little more action, fights and special fx, a fatter, easy-going and more “tea loving” Airoh, a funnier and more sarcastic Zoka, a more impressive Appa, a more loving and maternal Katara… and no need to tell about Aang… -_-

        Hope someday justice be done with a movie for the Avatar, a new and improved movie (or at least a better 2nd part) because this one was not what I expected :-/

  8. semestakecilku Says:

    is there any twitter account that i can follow??

  9. kimberly Says:

    hey is tohp pleaing in the movie to ore wat ?.?

    i hope sow 🙂

    • Christina C. Says:

      Toph isn’t going to be in the first movie. She will appear in the second movie, if there is one.

      • robin kelly Says:

        if she appear its a failure the producers suck enough a making earth bending look real hope its going to better in bk2 but the cartoon still rocks!

  10. Sara Jane Says:

    I hear they are coming back to Philly for village reshoots soon…..will casting let us “villagers” know when? Can’t seem to find Dee Dee’s email address……..

  11. jacob Says:

    According to Frank Marshall’s twitter page, there’s something in the works for the Super Bowl.

    To quote his tweet, “Super Bowl Sunday will be a special day for AIRBENDER fans.”

  12. siani Says:

    thanks for the info. I can’t wait for the movie

  13. Beaudad Says:

    Great site love the photos.Ya’ll should work for M.N.S.
    We named the monkey JACK.

  14. KAP Says:

    luv the site. great job! 🙂

  15. 1# Noah ringer fan! Says:

    is there going to be a 2 movie? tough should be in it! =) hey and if there is going to be a 2 movie where is the audichins?

  16. SCI Says:

    There should b 3 movies. Mayb even more movies based on the busniess that im starting which SCI is the abreviation for it. And also with the Avatar: The Last Airbender Project maybe even more movies. HOPEFULLY.

  17. Tori Says:

    I feel you should be informed of three upcoming products!
    1. Avatar: The Last Airbender Book One Collector’s Eddition. It comes out July 22 and is a boxed set of the entire first season: Water. It has the usual six CDs plus a bonus CD with tons of cool stuff, plus a cool case with a slip cover.
    2. The Last Airbender Prequel: Zuko’s Story. You are well aware of this one, but I just thought you might want to let fans know it comes out May 18 2010!
    3. The Last Airbender Movie Novelization comes out May 25 2010!

  18. lacsap Says:

    hey guys i would just like to thank you for this site and for all the work you put in since the beginning. thank you very much.

    i hope the movie will be epic. it doesn’t come out until august over here 😦

    i hope all the US fans will watch it on the first day (and then maybe one or two more times)

    thanks again

  19. Rebecca32 Says:

    This movie was great! I took my husband for his birthday and our 23 year old daughter joined us. The only complaint was the dialogue, which was not the actors fault. I loved the special effects and the fact that the movie is about survival not death.
    Please make the next two and keep M. Night, I think he will get better and better!

  20. Stephanie23 Says:

    I really liked the movie, please do the next two. I understand that making movies is a business but 130 million domestically is good. Plus the 100 million internationally makes this movie a winner. I read it’s the fourth best selling movie for Paramount in 2010. All this should motivate you to make the next two.

    • nemogbr Says:

      Film budget was $150 million.
      Promotion $130 million.
      Total Investment = $280 million

      Getting back 230, when the investment was 280, would not be regarded as successful. Plus all that money does not return to Paramount Studios.
      The theatres still need to get their cut.

      Reasons why a film needs to make double the money invested to break even and triple in order to show a profit.

  21. MikeAT Says:

    I am a little tired from hearing from M. Night and his army of apologists that Night makes films that the critics hate, but audiences love. Sadly, that just has not been the case in recent years. I have been going over the numbers since reading some dubious movie sites that have been saying M. Night’s latest films were “successes”, yes I know, despite 98% of the critics in the US have said otherwise. Please feel free to research the validity since I took them off

    Lady in the Water earned a pedestrian $42 million at the domestic box-office. It was the 73rd highest grossing film of 2006. Considering Night is a very well-known director with has a track record of success and a big studio marketing budget behind every movie he makes, which is a terrible showing. 2 years later, The Happening earned just $64 million from US moviegoers. It was the 49th highest grossing film of the year, again a poor showing considering Night’s name and the studio muscle behind the film. Especially troubling was the fact that it made $30 million its opening weekend in theaters and then just tanked to earn a total of only $64 million. Most wide releases earn about a quarter of their box-office the opening weekend. For a film to do half of its total take its opening weekend it is a sign that the people who did see it the first weekend went out and told all their friends how horrible it was. It is a sign of massive negative word-of-mouth. The notion that these films were successes with audiences is a fallacy and a disservice to the readers of this article.

    Finally, the latest of Box office abortions The Last Airbender is another great success story. The production budget for the film was 150 million (Marketing costs were another 130 million, but that’s another story) and so far it has made domestically $129,344,805 and since HALF goes to the theaters that show it, that amount is less than 65 million. Now if you add the the foreign gross (54 million) and we have about 188 million worldwide. However since half has to go to the theaters, the movie has only made less that 95 million so far after a month and a half. Still a failure in both counts.

    I wonder if the authors of these articles had an agenda and wanted to preserve their relationships with Night so they wrote a puff piece that ignores the facts. I will admit that Air bender has been a decent “success” at the box-office, especially when compared to Night’s recent films. However, when you consider that the film had a $150 million budget and a marketing budget of more than $130 million, there seems to be little chance it will be a money-maker for Paramount. I find it amusing that Night says Paramount is waiting to decide on making sequels. The odds of a sequel to a film that lost money are slim and none. Most astute Hollywood observers know that Air bender is going to lose tens of millions.

  22. Kazaar Says:

    wow you guys know heaps haha and i thought i was a fan! lol although i found the movie didnt cover some main part which is kinda lame. thats why they should get you know ppl like us.. well you on board that way they can get a point of view on how to do that. any1 know how to do that?

  23. Alexandre Fortin Says:

    Very good Movie but do will have the second and third book?

  24. bunbunthagr8 Says:

    I would not have taken time to do this.

  25. juliantroy Says:

    yeah,is a very3xnice site.anyway im so glad to meet my favorite movies like the lastairbender there so nice movies…

  26. Anonymous Says:

    This movie was the greatest disappointment to any great cinema franchise EVER!!! How can you take something so amazing and make it so terrible? M.Night Shamalon can….god help him,

  27. Marcos Polo Says:

    this is for the creators can you guys please reply because i have a great idea ive been trying to tell u guys for like sense the last episode of the series please reply im begging you guys

  28. Muri Says:

    The movie sucked they should have took some advice from the fans -Amuri M. Richmond, V.A.

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