While we await the long-promised sequels to Avatar, Disney and James Cameron are ready to unveil a first look at the new Disney World theme land Avatar Land. Concept art and a teaser video for the Animal Kingdom addition were unveiled at the D23 Expo in Tokyo over the weekend, offering fans a preview of the Avatar-inspired attraction that will open at Walt Disney World in 2017. This will be largest expansion in the history of Disney World, as Avatar Land will boast rides, entertainment experiences, nighttime attractions, floating lanterns, and presumably cat people.
Cameron is currently hard at work prepping three Avatar sequels, the first of which will be released in December 2016. The director will shoot all three film simultaneously next year. For now, hit the jump to watch a video preview of Avatar Land introduced by Cameron himself, followed by concept images of the theme park attraction.
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