Will Smith shows off Disney's live-action 'Aladdin' poster


Aladdin's new Genie gets us excited and May 2019 can't come fast enough

If you happen to love all things Disney like I do, and have been keeping up with their live-action adaptions of their classic films, then you will love what Will Smith just showed off today. In an Instagram post, the new Genie showed off the first teaser poster of the live-action adaptation of Aladdin.

Smith takes on the iconic role made famous by the late, great, and hilarious Robin Williams. While the poster only shows off the famous lamp that The Genie resides in it also gives us an official release month of May 2019.

The simple words at the bottom "Choose Wisely" give me and I am sure the same holds true for other fans, literal chills. We have been waiting a very long time for them to revisit this classic tale and it's shaping up to be amazing.

On Instagram Smith uploaded the poster along with the caption, "LEMME OUT!! Can't wait for ya'll to see Me BLUE!! :-)". Yes, Will we really can't wait to see you blue and I am sure you will do a fantastic job as The Genie. What are your thoughts on the teaser poster? Are you looking forward to the film? Let us know.

Disney's Live-Action 'Aladdin' Debuts First Poster [Comicbook.com]


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