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Disney's New 'Frozen' Ride Looks Positively Magical In First Image

"Frozen" mania is real, and nobody can "let it go."

The ultra-popular movie is soon to be immortalized at Epcot Center in a new ride called Frozen Ever After. Disney released the first mockup of the attraction on Tuesday, in a sneak peak of what looks like a positively magical adventure:

First Look: We're excited to share what's coming when the “Frozen” attraction in Epcot opens in 2016. http://t.co/0BE9IeEf5I

— Walt Disney World (@WaltDisneyWorld) June 9, 2015

The log ride will take visitors on a star-studded sail through Arendelle, the land from "Frozen." They'll meet Anna, Olaf and Sven while listening to revamped versions of "Frozen" songs written exclusively for the ride, the Wall Street Journal reports. Squeals are guaranteed to hit a high note when Queen Elsa emerges on a balcony and sings "Let It Go" for her guests in a mind-boggling finale.

The four minutes of joy will feature audio-animatronic characters, high-tech projector technology and fireworks (of the artificial variety, we assume).

“What we try to do is take you back to the movie without retelling that story,” Kathy Mangum, Disney creative executive, told the Wall Street Journal. “This is... a way for guests who love the film to experience it in a completely different way.”

We can't wait.