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'The Last Airbender' Drops New Trailer

March 25, 2010 (4:48 am) GMT
Beside showing Aang who fights his enemies by himself, the video also highlights how the titular character needs help from his friends during the battle.

Paramount Pictures has given another sneak peek to "" by debuting a new full trailer. Containing some footage similar to those shared in the first trailer, fresh scenes can be seen from the middle toward the end of this newly-released video, one of which is the part where Katara tries to protect Aang when Zuko wants to attack him.

A live-action film version of Nickelodeon's animated series of the same name, "The Last Airbender" is set in a world where human civilization is divided into four nations: Water, Earth, Air and Fire. The story follows Aang, the last known survivor of the peaceful Air Nomads and the Airbenders.

Aided by a protective teenage Waterbender named Katara and her brother Sokka, Aang begins a perilous journey to restore balance to their war-torn world. Standing in their way are the Fire Nation's Admiral Zhao and Prince Zuko, the banished prince of the Fire Nation who seeks to capture Aang to regain his honor.

tackles the role of the titular character with and playing Sokka and Katara respectively. Meanwhile, villainous prince Zuko is portrayed by . M. Night Shyamalan serves behind the lens and writes the script for this action sci-fi, which is slated for July 2 release in the U.S.


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