Next summer, the long-awaited "Avatar"-themed park, Pandora, will open at Disney World in Orlando, Florida.
"Pandora: The World of Avatar," which will be in Disney’s Animal Kingdom, will take fans to the home of the Na’vi world introduced in James Cameron’s 2009 movie “Avatar.”
Christmas Day, Disney released a new video showing off more of the park’s development.
We've rounded up everything we know about the upcoming park. Keep reading to take a peek at how Pandora will look when it opens in 2017.
Construction first began on the Avatar-inspired land at Disney World in 2014.
"Avatar" character Jake Sully breaks ground for Pandora at Disney World along with Tom Staggs, chairman of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts along with other leaders at the parks and Lightstorm Entertainment. Disney Parks
It's being designed by Disney Imagineers and director James Cameron's Lightstorm Entertainment.
In February 2015, Disney Parks showed off the first concept art for the park which will transform Disney's Animal Kingdom into the world of Pandora.
Director James Cameron has been working closely with Disney to bring the world to life from his imagination.
James Cameron looking over a miniature model of the upcoming "Avatar"-themed land in Disney World.Disney Parks
The park will consist of hundreds of plants such as this one.
In 2015, Disney Parks showed off a cool carpet that will change colors as guests walk across it.
Here it is with the lights both on and off. Disney Parks
Here's a closer look at it lit up in the dark. Look at how the carpet reacts when weight is placed on it.