Here's The First Teaser From Disney's Aladdin Remake

Eloise Marshall
October 12, 2018

It's more of a mood piece, introducing viewers to the.whole new world of the long-awaited revival. A dazzling place you never knew?

Will Smith shared the first poster for Disney's live-action remake of its 1992 animated classic "Aladdin".

The star on Wednesday revealed the live-action musical's first poster. "Can't wait for ya'all to see me blue!" How about this first official look at Mena Massoud as the beloved street rat who will one day become Sultan of Agrabah? Until today's video teaser, no one had seen anything else since.

Guy Ritchie's film follows numerous same beats - Mena Massoud stars as the titular charming street rat who meets the courageous and self-determined Princess Jasmine (Naomi Scott) and a Smith's Genie who may be the key to their future.

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The film has come under some controversy regarding cultural appropriation after the inclusion of a white character named Prince Anders, to be played by Billy Magnussen.

Massoud and Scott's castings were jointly announced at the D23 Expo in July 2017.

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Even among the likes of fellow Disney animated favorites, Aladdin feels like a tough act to match.

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