We learned about the Guy Ritchie-directed film past year and that Will Smith had signed on as the hilariously silly Genie. While the original role was played by the late Robin Williams and can never be duplicated, Smith's appearance in this most recent trailer proves he's most certainly bringing the snark. The film stars Mena Massoud (Aladdin), Naomi Scott (Jasmine), Will Smith (the Genie), Billy Magnussen (Prince Anders), Nasim Pedrad (Dalia), Marwan Kenzari (Jafar), Numan Acar (Hakim), and Navid Negahban (Sultan).
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But let's be real: it's Will Smith that steals the spotlight in the trailer, showing up at the very end and making quite the impression.
"You really don't know who I am?!" he asks Aladdin, just after popping out of the lamp. For his part, Smith said, "I think it'll stand out as unique even in the Disney world. There hasn't been a lot of that hip-hop flavor in Disney history".
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Aladdin opens on May 23 in Australia and May 24 in the USA and UK.
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