Los Angeles Chargers release anime-inspired schedule video with references to ‘Naruto,’ ‘One Piece,’ more
- The Los Angeles Chargers’ schedule release video for the 2022-2023 season came in the form of a colorful anime opening.
- The opening features a J-pop song and anime character versions of the NFL players featured on the schedule.
- The announcement parodies popular anime and animated shows such as “One Piece,” “Naruto,” “Avatar: The Last Airbender” and “Attack on Titan.”
The Los Angeles Chargers’ schedule release video for the 2022-2023 season came in the form of a colorful anime opening.
The video was tweeted on Thursday by the NFL team’s official Twitter account and has amassed over 4.7 million views.
Netflix is slowly pulling together the cast of its upcoming live-action adaptation of “Avatar: The Last Airbender.” The production announced five new additions, including the iconic roles of Princess Azula and Suki as well as a brand new character.
Adding fuel to the fire: Elizabeth Yu (“All My Love”) has been cast as Azula, princess of the Fire Nation and sister to firebending master Zuko, according to Deadline.
Social media photos hint at how Uncle Iroh and Aang will look in live-action ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’
Actor Paul Sun-Hyung Lee is beginning to transform into Uncle Iroh, the beloved father figure that he is set to play in the upcoming live-action adaptation of “Avatar: the Last Airbender.” In a livestream on Sunday, the actor revealed a new look that captures one of Iroh’s most defining features: his unique facial hair.
The video: Lee slowly begins to take off his face mask, joking with viewers that it looks like he’s putting on a “burlesque” show.
Michelle Yeoh has been officially tapped to play a role in the much awaited sequels to James Cameron’s “Avatar.”
According to Deadline, the 56-year-old Malaysian actress will play the role of scientist Dr. Karina Mogue, as announced via the official social channels of the film franchise.
An indie studio has taken up the task of showing Netflix how to do a proper adaptation of the hit animated series “Avatar: The Last Airbender.”
It was earlier announced that the streaming service is developing a live-action original series based on the Nickelodeon property.
A live-action series of “Avatar: The Last Airbender” is coming to Netflix.
Original creators Michael DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko will direct and executive-produce the show, which starts production in 2019.