First poster for Disney's "Aladdin" live-action movie teases Genie's arrival

Ruben Ruiz
October 12, 2018

The first look gives us a glimpse at the unbelievable live-action set. The final seconds of the teaser features Aladdin just about to rub the Genie's lamp. We'll be sure to keep you updated on all news regarding Aladdin as more information becomes available.

One day before the first look footage dropped, Disney released the first poster for the live-action movie.

This new rendering of the magic lamp marks a pleasing call-back to the 1992 theatrical poster, which also featured the lamp front-and-centre - here's a reminder if your memory doesn't stretch back 26 years. The tagline reads, "Choose Wisely".

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Will Smith, who will play Genie, shared the poster on his Instagram on October 10. "Can't wait for y'all to see Me BLUE!" .

Smith will voice Genie, which Robin Williams won a Golden Globe Special Achievement Award in 1993 for his work as the larger-than-life sidekick to Aladdin. Naomi and Mena looked flawless as Princess Jasmine and Aladdin. Aladdin is hitting theaters some time in May. The filmmaker later hired Numan Acar as Hakim, Navid Negahban as The Sultan, Marwan Kenzari as Jafar and Naomi Scott as Princess Jasmine.

Clearly thrilled about being part of the new take on the classic Disney tale, Smith captioned the poster, "LEMME OUT!" The live-action versions of The Lion King and Dumbo will also debut in 2019.

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