Disney's Live-Action Aladdin Trailer Coming Tomorrow

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With the first poster now out in the wild, it shouldn't be long before we get a glimpse at those Arabian nights in a trailer - and the film is set to hit United Kingdom cinemas on 24 May. The final seconds of the teaser features Aladdin just about to rub the Genie's lamp. The wait is going to be so worth it.

Will Smith revealed the first poster for DIsney's live-action Aladdin remake in a Facebook post on Wednesday. But, as the poster warns, Aladdin can't get carried away in attempting to win over Jasmine; he must "choose wisely" when making his three wishes with Genie. People love Aladdin, and while I'm sure there will be some additions and some alterations, overall the new movie will likely bear a strong resemblance to the animated original. Will shined in various different Genie looks.

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The new Aladdin is one of several upcoming live-action adaptations of Disney's library of animated classics. Fans will be relieved to know animal sidekicks Abu, Iago and Rajah are expected to be in the movie.

Last year, Will Smith shared pics from the star-studded Aladdin set. The filmmaker later hired Numan Acar as Hakim, Navid Negahban as The Sultan, Marwan Kenzari as Jafar and Naomi Scott as Princess Jasmine. Disney is also developing live-action remakes for their streaming service - titles like The Sword in the Stone and Lady and the Tramp.

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