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Disney’s animated favorite is remade in live-action with Will Smith as the Genie, and a host of new characters and songs.More Details »
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"You ain't never had a friend like me!" Disney's classic 1992 animated movie is coming to life, this time in live-action with Will Smith voicing the blue, larger-than-life Genie. When street-rat Aladdin (Mena Massoud) falls for Princess Jasmine (Naomi Scott), he enlists the help of the magical Genie in order to help win her affection. But the scheming Jafar (Marwan Kenzari) is out to take the Genie's lamp for himself. Will Aladdin always be a street rat? Or can he become the brave hero Genie sees inside him in time to stop Jafar?
Director Guy Ritchie (King Arthur, Sherlock Holmes) directs the live-action version for a new era. Billy Magnussen, Alan Tudyk, Nasim Pedrad, Navid Negahban and Numan Acar costar in this updated tale that is sure to delight multiple generations.
- Will Smith
- Mena Massoud
- Naomi Scott
- Marwan Kenzari
- Navid Negahban
- Nasim Pedrad
- Billy Magnussen
- Jordan A. Nash
- Taliyah Blair
- Aubrey Lin
Did You Know?
- Sir Patrick Stewart campaigned for the role of Jafar. He had previously turned down the role in Aladdin (1992) and has regretted it ever since.
- When Jafar convinces the Sultan to invade a neighboring country in front of Jasmine, a warrior armor is displayed. However, seconds after she leaves his study room, it disappears.
- [from teaser trailer]
- Cave of Wonders: Only one may enter here. One whose worth lies far within. The diamond in the rough.
Atom User Reviews
such a good movie will Smith killed the role he was his own genie and knocked it out of the park you can't compare his role to Robin Williams because they are apples to oranges
Will Smith =🧞♂️🧞♂️🧞♂️🧞♂️🧞♂️🧞♂️🧞♂️🧞♂️🧞♂️
Ritchie’s film still feels shackled by its dutiful allegiance to the source material. But when it gets to be its own thing, it’s a spirited romp that — setting aside the uncanny, off-putting look of Smith’s Genie — has no shortage of charms.
Despite Aladdin’s occasionally arresting moments, this remake’s most potent element is its intentional air of déjà vu.
The combination of diverse casting and female empowerment themes results in a perfectly politically correct Aladdin for these times. The only thing that seems to have been left out is the magic, which is a bit of a problem considering that one of the main characters is a genie.
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