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Nicola Peltz Interview

In the Last Airbender, Nicola Peltz plays feisty warrior and guardian Katara. Jackson Rathbone plays her brother Sokka. Together they teach and protect the younger Aang, the last of a race of people who can control the elements. Back to Article

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izzybell001
izzybell001 wrote:
2010-07-02 03:35:49 -0700

I still cant believe they made Katara and Sokka white. They're really supposed to be VERY tan, cuz in the story they come from a native tribe.

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