See Will Smith As Genie In Disney's Aladdin Trailer

See Will Smith As Genie In Disney's Aladdin Trailer

See Will Smith As Genie In Disney's Aladdin Trailer

Disney releases a new trailer for the live-action Aladdin movie offering a new look at Will Smith as the genie. But Disney provided another image of the character that wasn't shown in the trailer, offering fans another look to consider before making their judgements.

Despite assurance from Smith himself that the beloved character would be the same color as the one voiced by the late Robin Williams in the animated original classic 27 years ago, fans will only rest easy now they've finally laid eyes on him in all his CGI glory.

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"The great thing about the role of the Genie is that it's essentially a hyperbole for who that individual actor is, so it's a wonderful platform and tapestry for an actor to fill his boots on".

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For reasons that will probably become clearer in time, we also see the first version of Will Smith as the Genie; coming out of the lamp after being summoned by Aladdin. "Genie? Wishes? Lamp? None of that ringin' a bell?"

Smith shared the trailer on Instagram, writing, "I told y'all I was gon' be Blue!" "Y'all need to trust me more often!"

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The minute-long spot offers brief glimpses at Aladdin (Mena Massoud), Jasmine (Naomi Scott), Jafar (Marwan Kenzari) and the other denizens of Agrabah in the Guy Ritchie-helmed musical, due out May 24.

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