Reportedly, The Last Airbender star Dante Basco is all set to return to Avatar to voice the former exiled Fire Nation prince Zuko in the upcoming Gaang film scheduled in 2025.
A sequel project of Avatar: The Last Airbender is scheduled to premiere in October 2025. It has sent out casting calls for multiple roles so there is a chance that some new faces and voices will be seen in the upcoming movie. The project centers around the adult Gaang and now he’ll be having new voice actors for each of his members.
The Last Airbender star Dante Basco is reported to be chosen for voicing Zuko. He has already done so in all three seasons of Avatar: The Last Airbender and has now returned to voice the former exiled Fire Nation prince. Scooper DanielRPK revealed this information.
The Upcoming Gaang Film
San Diego’s Comic-Con this year was a big success as a lot of revelations were made for the upcoming Phases. The Gaang film was also announced there by Janet Varney, the Legend of Korrg Star. She announced that first of the many projects were currently in development at Avatar Studios, one of them included this feature-length film, Gaang. The original series released years ago and now we’ll finally be able to witness the next series of events.
According to recent reports, Avatar Studios’ animated project will combine traditional 2D animation and 3D animation with the help of animators Flying Bark Productions, the team behind four of the nine episodes comprising the Disney+ anthology series, What if…?
Firelord Zuko: Fan Favourite
Actor Dante Basco having narrating the voice of Zuko, the most loved character of the movie has built curiosity in the minds of the fans. Zuko is deeply admired to be the most well-written characters of the movie because of his princely vibe.
The series began with a banished prince Zuko searching for honor through the Avatar’s capture. He eventually transformed into a trusted ally of Avatar Aang and the rest of the team. His team included Sokka, Katara and Toph. After facing his sister, the princess Azula, Zuko became the new Firelord, trying to usher in an era of peace and redeem the Fire Nation from the legacy of his forefathers.
The next series of events is going to cite the fate of his mother who is still alive. This revelation was made by former Firelord Ozai. Such untold mysteries will take turn in the pages of the comic book series Avatar: The Last Airbender – The Promise. Its sequel The Search is also being followed up quickly. Both comics are written by Gene Yang with art by Studio Gurihiru, Chifuyu Sasaki and Naoko Kawano, published by Dark Horse Comics.
Avatar Studios’ upcoming Gaang film is scheduled to premiere on Oct. 10, 2025.