The much-awaited trailer of Aladdin was finally released and people are even more excited! I've seen the trailer several times and there is something off about the Genie that has me anxious about the character.
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Ian Hecox pondered if this is the real deal: "Either this is a super clever marketing troll by Disney, and this isn't what the genie will actually look like for Aladdin or". I'm now actually hoping that Will Smurf (as Trevor has affectionately dubbed him) stays in his human form instead for most of the movie. With Smith's Genie crashing the party at the very end. The actor shared the clip on Instagram and wrote: "I told y'all I was gon' be Blue!" Aladdin First Look Gets a Thumbs Down From Twitterati as Genie Isn't Blue, Will Smith Reverts With an Assurance.
Will Smith is pictured in the new sneak peek painted entirely blue, with a shaved head, goatee and gold jewellery.
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Painted blue, Will takes over this beloved character from the late Robin Williams, who became synonymous with Genie and won a Golden Globe Award for the role. "There hasn't been a lot of that hip-hop flavour in Disney history".
The trailer opens with Aladdin (Mena Massoud) preparing to enter the Cave of Wonders, and we hear the evil Jafar's (Marwan Kenzari) voice for the first time. "I think this is the first Disney trailer I've ever disliked".
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Unfortunately, Disney cut the footage right there, so fans will have to wait until Aladdin hits theaters to see more of Smith's sassy Genie.