Even eight years after its release, Avatar still stands out as one of the most visually immersive movies in recent history. The sci-fi epic transported viewers to the fantastical, fictional world of Pandora, a far-off moon land brought to life by James Cameron's high-tech cinematography. It was so ambitious that it took nearly a decade to make it to screen, and Cameron has spent the years since teasing its four sequels.
Much of the delay seems to stem from Cameron's continued quest to push the technological limits of filmmaking, but for now the first follow-up is slated to hit theaters in 2018. In the meantime, he and Disney have teamed up to bring fans an interactive version of the alien planet via an attraction titled Pandora: The World of Avatar. The destination is slated to open on May 27 in Disney World's Animal Kingdom.
Following a first look last April and a behind-the-scenes video from December, Disney has now shared official promos for the destination. The clips don't offer much in the way of concrete details — they mostly just stitch together what look like scenes from the Avatar movie — but promise chances to "fly on a banshee," "walk under floating mountains," and "navigate a mystical river."