The first full trailer for 'Aladdin' is here

The first full trailer for 'Aladdin' is here

There are also first glimpses of some of the memorable songs from the original movie, including A Whole New World and Friend Like Me, with the latter track allowing Smith to flex his genie pipes.

Disney released the first full trailer for its live-action remake of Aladdin on Tuesday. The new trailer is breathtaking and comes across as an exciting tale set against the backdrop of a Middle Eastern city amid the desserts. The movie hasn't released much in the way of content, but we've gotten to see images and teasers to give us a hint of what to expect in the forthcoming Guy Ritchie-helmed flick.

As was the case for the previous Aladdin clips Disney has shared, social media was transfixed by Smith's genie character, with numerous reactions seeming more positive this time around, with Twitter user @UPTOTASK describing Smith as "basically playing his character in Hitch but this time with powers". This trailer is covered in garbage smell, and the fact that Disney set this movie for Memorial Day weekend, when Solo died previous year, does not speak highly of their internal expectations for the movie. Scenic, colourful and memorable thanks to Robin Williams injecting plenty of craziness into the blue-blooded Genie that became fast friends with Aladdin of Agrabah, this was one film that stood the test of time.

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I watched this trailer, ready to find a joke to pull about how poorly they're representing poor Will Smith who deserves to not be blue, or about how shoddy some of the costuming looks. Aladdin opens in theaters on May 24th and stars Mena Massoud as Aladdin, Naomi Scott as Jasmine, and Marwan Kenzari as Jafar.

"This Aladdin Trailer is incredible!"

Apart from Aladdin, Disney will also release the live-action version of Dumbo and The Lion King.

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