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Aladdin (2019 film)

Language:  English

Release Date:  May 10, 2019

(Grand Rex)

Release Date:  May 24, 2019

Genre:  Musical,Fantasy

Duration:  2hr 8Min

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  • Mena Massoud as Aladdin

    An impoverished Agrabah thief and "street rat" who is smitten with the Sultan's daughter. Massoud said that Aladdin "sees a future for himself that’s greater than what’s been set out for him at the present moment. He doesn’t know exactly what it is or how he’s going to get there, but he knows it is out there", and felt the character "[i]s very selfless and usually does things for other people, but as he falls in love he loses himself a little bit and starts to become someone that he’s not. But he's a good person with good intentions and has good people surrounding him who lead him back to where he's supposed to be".

  • Naomi Scott as Princess Jasmine

    The Sultan's daughter and the feisty princess of Agrabah who wants to have a say in how she lives her life. Scott said that the character "will be strong and have fun, but also get it wrong and be emotional. She's a multidimensional woman, and she does not have to just be one thing. So in this movie, you see her go on such a roller coaster, as opposed to her one goal being to fall in love or get married". She further stated that Jasmine will try to find "the courage to speak out for her people", and said that "Jasmine wants to know what goes on in her kingdom and reconcile the distance that has been created, and Aladdin gives her the courage to do just that".

  • Will Smith as Genie

    A comedically eccentric and kindly genie who has the nigh omnipotent power to grant three wishes to whoever possesses his magic lamp. Smith said that he was "terrified" while playing the character, but that "[he] found a lane that pays homage" to Robin Williams' performance in the original film, while still making the role "[his] own thing". Smith described the character as "both a trickster and a mentor" who tries "to guide Aladdin to the truth of the greatness that's already within him". Smith physically portrays the character when he is in the guise of a human, while his blue genie form is CGI, portrayed through motion-capture performance.

  • Marwan Kenzari as Jafar

    A nefarious and deceptive sorcerer, the Grand Vizier of Agrabah and the Sultan's chief advisor who, frustrated with the Sultan's ways of ruling, devises a plot to overthrow the Sultan as the ruler of Agrabah by acquiring the Genie's lamp. Jafar's backstory will be explored in the film, which producer Jonathan Eirich felt will make the audience "understand why he's so bad, and [he thinks] that's what makes him such a good villain".

  • Navid Negahban as The Sultan

    The wise and noble ruler of Agrabah who is eager to find a capable husband for his daughter Jasmine.

  • Nasim Pedrad as Dalia

    Jasmine's loyal handmaiden and confidante. A new character that did not appear in the original film. Pedrad said that Dalia "[has] been by Jasmine’s side for years and really looks out for her". Smith said that the character was "a nice, delicate addition to the story that more humanized the Genie".

  • Billy Magnussen as Prince Anders

    A suitor and potential husband for Jasmine from the kingdom of Skånland who is a new character that did not appear in the original film.

  • Numan Acar as Hakim

    Jafar's right-hand man and head of the palace guards.

  • Robby Haynes as Razoul

    The royal captain of the Guard of Agrabah.

  • Alan Tudyk as Iago

    Jafar's sardonic scarlet macaw companion. The film marks the first time Gilbert Gottfried does not reprise his role as the character.

  • Frank Welker as Abu,Cave of Wonders and Rajah
  • Source:Wikipedia

    Director(s): Guy Ritchie

    Based On(s): Aladdin and the Magic Lamp from One Thousand and One Nights


    A kindhearted street urchin and a power-hungry Grand Vizier vie for a magic lamp that has the power to make their deepest wishes come true. Source:IMDB

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