The first full trailer for James Cameron’s Avatar sequel has been released, bringing viewers back to the planet Pandora nearly 13 years later.

The two and a half minute teaser for Avatar: The Way Of Water introduces Jake and Neytiri Sully and their children, more than a decade after the events of the first film.

The new trailer takes viewers under the ocean waves filled with fantastic creatures reminiscent of colorful jellyfish, whales and large winged fish.

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Avatar: The Way of Water hits theaters December 16. All photos: 20th Century Studios
Avatar: The Full Trailer of The Way to Water is released.  Photo: 20th century studios

Jake teaches his daughter to hunt with a bow, while she tells him, “Dad, you know I think I’m crazy, but I feel her. I feel her heartbeat. She’s so close.”

He asks, “So how does your heartbeat sound?” before she replies, “mighty”.

Avatar: The Full Trailer of The Way to Water is released.  Photo: 20th century studios

The original Na’vi people of Pandora are also seen returning to battle with what appear to be humans using advanced technology and armed “mech suits”.

Avatar: The Full Trailer of The Way to Water is released.  Photo: 20th century studios

The cast of the highly anticipated sequel to the 2009 original includes Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldana and will also see the return of Stephen Lang, who plays Colonel Miles Quaritch, and Sigourney Weaver.

Avatar: The Full Trailer of The Way to Water is released.  Photo: 20th century studios

Weaver, 73, played scientist Dr Grace Augustine in the first film, but will return as Kiri, the adopted teenage daughter of Jake and Neytiri for the sequel, which will hit UK cinemas on December 16.

Avatar: The Full Trailer of The Way to Water is released.  Photo: 20th century studios

Titanic and Mare of Easttown actress Kate Winslet joins the cast along with other newcomers Michelle Yeoh, Vin Diesel and Edie Falco.

The original sci-fi epic won three Oscars for its stunning visual effects, cinematography and art direction and grossed nearly $ 3 billion (£ 2.6 billion) at the box office.

The film was set in the year 2154 and saw humans dwell in avatars, so they could access the planet Pandora.

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