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Disney Releases First Trailer For Aladdin

Disney Releases First Trailer For Aladdin

The first teaser for Disney's live-action Aladdin has arrived, and while it might not give away a whole lot, it does put a major set piece on display.

The mouse house has released a very short teaser of their upcoming remake of "Aladdin".

Will Smith has unveiled the first Aladdin poster and it looks as magical as the classic tale.

Though we don't see (or hear) a lot in the first trailer, what we do see and hear should bring us right back to Aladdin '92.

Smith's caption on Instagram reads: "LEMME OUT!"

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Fans will have to wait until next May to truly see what Ritchie has in store for the remake.

This is a true tease, showing just a brief look at Massoud grabbing the lamp and a few shots of the movie's Arabian setting.

Along the way he falls in love with Princess Jasmine, enlists the genie's help to make him a prince and win her heart - all while running afoul of the sorcerer Jafar.

The live-action Aladdin, directed by Guy Ritchie, also stars Marwan Kenzari, Navid Negahban, Nasim Pedrad, Billy Magnussen, and Numan Acar. The late Robin Williams voiced the legendary Genie character in one of his most memorable roles.

The film releases on May 24th, 2019. Aladdin is hitting theaters some time in May. Disney is also developing live-action remakes for their streaming service - titles like The Sword in the Stone and Lady and the Tramp.

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