Will Smith is getting some adoration as the blue-skinned Genie in the up and coming live-action film Aladdin.
The 50-year-old star was found in the entirety of his mystical brilliance in the main full-length trailer for the film on Tuesday and a lot of fans are presently amped up for his depiction as the granter of wishes.
“My opinion of this movie has changed COMPLETELY,” wrote on Twitter user. “I wanna watch this now.”
Another fan stated, “Just as I expected, the full trailer for ALADDIN looks much better than the short clipthis link opens in a new tab that everyone was s—— on a few weeks ago…Even the Genie looks a lot better when you see more than 3 seconds of him.”
“I TOLD YOU GUYS DISNEY WAS GONNA SHOWCASE THE MUSIC! And guess what?! THIS IS AN ACTUAL GOOD TRAILER!” a different person tweeted. “Genie looks a lot better, the effects look nice, and the singing ain’t too shabby!”
“This was a way better trailer, little more sold on Will Smith as the genie now,” another client tweeted.
The trailer for Aladdin gives a more drawn out take a gander at Smith as the Genie, clarifying that he’s similarly as entertaining and evil as the original voiced by Robin Williams in the 1992 animated version. Fans even get the opportunity to hear some portion of Genie’s mark melody “Friend Like Me.”
For the remake, coordinated by Guy Ritchie (Sherlock Holmes), the fictional city of Agrabah will be made from worldwide impacts, including the Middle East, India and even China. Not exclusively will the 1992 animated movie be a noteworthy impact, yet the screenplay will return to the exemplary Arabic folktales of One Thousand And One Nights.
Disney’s Aladdin flies into theaters on May 24.