Things We Saw Today: Avatar: The Last Airbender’s Head Writer Has a New Show Coming to Netflix & We Can’t Wait!
Aaron Ehasz, the head writer of Avatar: The Last Airbender has a new animated series coming to Netflix and it looks amazing. The synopsis describes “two human princes who forge an unlikely bond with the elfin assassin sent to kill them, embarking on an epic quest to bring peace to their warring lands.” Yes, that sounds like something we will be very into. Just check out this poster:
Avatar: The Last Airbender headwriter Aaron Ehasz has paired with Netflix for #TheDragonPrince, a new animated series about two human princes who forge an unlikely bond with the elfin assassin sent to kill them, embarking on an epic quest to bring peace to their warring lands. pic.twitter.com/HsIkyyD2fj
— See What’s Next (@seewhatsnext) July 10, 2018
The series is slated for a September release, but if you just can’t wait that long, i09 noticed that the show will have its own panel at Comic-Con on July 21st.
What do you all think? You’re excited for this, yes?
- Dear White People creator Justin Simien has signed an overall deal with Lionsgate to produce more awesome content. (via THR)
- Reputable news source The Washington Post didn’t realize Clickhole was satire and cited it in a story about Green Day. (via The AV Club)
- Djimon Hounsou was just added to the cast of DC’s Shazam. (via /Film)
- This is horrible. A man aggressively harassed a woman over her Puerto Rico shirt and she filmed him while the police did nothing. (via Facebook)
- Simon Pegg opened up about his history of alcohol abuse and depression. (via Uproxx)
- A number of celebrities collaborated on this video showing them reading a letter from an immigrant woman whose 18-month-old baby was taken from her.
This is a video I made. An affidavit from a woman who’s 18 month old son was taken from her at the border. Read by #RyanReynolds @chadwickboseman @jamieleecurtis #MyBrother @methodman @TheJeffBridges and many many many more… Watch #MyNameIsMirian here: https://t.co/LtnQ2m6qHR
— Maggie Gyllenhaal (@mgyllenhaal) July 10, 2018
What did you all see out there today?
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