Anyways, co-starring with Smith and Massoud are former Power Ranger Naomi Scott (soon to be one of "Charlies Angels") as Prince Jasmine, Dutch cinema superstar Marwan Kenzari ("Murder on the Orient Express") as Jafar and Broadway's blonde heartthrob, Billy Magnussen ("Into the Woods") as Prince Anders. Usually, two months out from release, we'd be getting the final of two or three trailers, but Aladdin apparently works in reverse.
While previous sneak peeks have only given us glimpses of the big wish granter, however, he's all over this preview - both in blue form and looking a lot more like the regular Will Smith.
Smith gets much more to do, actually landing many of his punchlines and showing off his magical abilities as Genie.
Robin Williams had famously voiced Genie in the 1992 animated version.
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The subject of many an internet meme and tons of harsh criticism after footage of him done up as the blue Genie in Aladdin, Smith absolutely dazzles in this new trailer. Directed by Guy Ritchie ("Sherlock Holmes"), the movie flies into theaters on a magic carpet May 24.
Watch this new full length trailer from Disney's "Aladdin"! The production design is undeniably impressive, and it's hard not to get chills when those first few notes of "A Whole New World" kick in, but I don't know, something still feels a little "off" here.
Soon after the worrying response to the first trailer for Aladdin, Disney has dropped another trailer ahead of the film's May release. "I don't think people will be anxious about Genie after this!" one wrote. "Will Smith looks significantly better in this trailer!"