More images from the world of Pandora have been made available for James Cameron's Avatar: The Way of Water. It's been thirteen years since Avatar surpassed Titanic as the highest-grossing film of all time.

This December marks the scheduled release of the first of four planned sequels. Here, Cameron substitutes an oceanic setting teeming with ethereal life and a clan of Na'vi who live there for the lush rainforests of Pandora.

Four fresh photographs that were released by EW provide a more comprehensive view of Pandora. The photos feature Kiri, the 15-year-old adopted daughter of Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) and Neytiri (Zoe Saldana), in an underwater scene (played by returning star Sigourney Weaver in a brand-new role)

The pictures set the stage for more family drama and promise impactful character arcs. According to Cameron, Kiri is one of the movie's "unfish-in-water" or "fish-out-of-water" characters.

The pictures lay the groundwork for more intense family turmoil while also promising compelling character development. Kiri is one of the movie's "unfish-in-water" or "fish-out-of-water" characters, in Cameron's words.

Not just with her own tribe, but also with a group of oceanic Na'vi, Kiri will need to find her place. Giving her a crucial event that occurs underwater, a classic allegory for feeling and the unconscious.

Audiences are made aware of the size of the true world of Pandora with the advent of a second tribe. The connection between colonial powers intending to exploit a flexible and previously unexplored globe and its indigenous people was the sole subject of the original Avatar.

Audiences are made aware of the size of the true world of Pandora with the advent of a second tribe. The connection between colonial powers intending to exploit a flexible and previously unexplored globe and its indigenous people was the sole subject of the original Avatar.