After the initial photos for Aladdin were released late previous year, and a brief scene at the end of the second teaser showed Genie in all his blue glory, fans were more than skeptical about Will Smith's take on the classic Robin Williams character.
The first full-length trailer of the live-action remake of "Aladdin" arrived on Tuesday, and it lets the genie fully out of the lamp, singing, dancing and giving princely makeovers in three wishes or fewer.
The first look at Smith's blue Genie in the live-action film made many fans of the Disney classic confused.
Robin Williams had famously voiced Genie in the 1992 animated version.
Directed by Guy Ritchie, who brings his singular flair for fast-paced, visceral action to Agrabah, Aladdin is written by John August and Ritchie. "Chills", one fan wrote in the comments of the trailer on YouTube. "This is how you do it".
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The newest trailer focuses on the relationship between Aladdin and Genie. Now that we have a trailer, though, what can we tell of Aladdin? "So, I think people are going to love it".
In the meantime, catch the full Aladdin trailer below. Another shared, "Oh wow!" Yes, even the actor's not-menacing-at-all voice. "This all looks FANTASTIC!" We got some of the songs AND way more footage.
A rather note-worthy moment in the trailer was Will Smith's appearance.
"I thought a Princess could go anywhere", Aladdin says before they take off, with Jasmine replying, "Not this princess". Aladdin opens in theaters on May 24th and stars Mena Massoud as Aladdin, Naomi Scott as Jasmine, and Marwan Kenzari as Jafar.