Will Smith Debuts New Tease for Disney's Aladdin

Aladdin teaser trailer This film is a live-action adaptation of the 1992 animated film

Aladdin teaser trailer This film is a live-action adaptation of the 1992 animated film

What did you think of this first teaser trailer for Aladdin? Honestly, the whole thing looks visually stunning, already.

In this trailer, we get our first look at the desert landscapes, our first listen to the soundtrack as well as a brief shot giving us our first look at Aladdin.

And of course, there's the medley of iconic songs that run over the course of the short teaser, featuring the likes of "Arabian Nights" and "Friend Like Me". It's fitting that Smith was the one to tease the trailer, as he also shared the first photo of the cast on set in September 2017.

Will Smith, who will play Genie, shared the poster on his Instagram on October 10.

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The original Aladdin was released as an animated movie in 1992, starred Robin Williams as Genie and went on to take home two Oscars and earn $504 million at the worldwide box office.

Some fans were ecstatic to hear the news. It shows his character's lamp, with a message: "Choose wisely".

"LEMME OUT!" Smith wrote on the post.

Aladdin is, for the uninitiated, one of Disney's classic animated films about a street rat who finds a magical lamp containing a powerful genie. With nothing else to go on, I'm not sure if I'm excited for not, but I would like to see Will Smith acting all insane as the Genie.

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