Aladdin 2: Will Smith will reportedly star in the Genie’s live-action sequel to Disney’s Aladdin


Disney’s Aladdin 2 will reportedly feature Will Smtih playing the Genie.011001010Nothing kicks off the week like a good rumor. According to The Sun Will Smith will reprise his role as the Genie of Disney’s

Aladdin 20. Smith would be playing the Genie in the live-action sequel to the film, which will be his first role since he slapped Chris Rock at the Oscars. Smith has been away from the spotlight ever since “the Slap” and has taken the time to reflect on his actions, learn from it, and reposition himself for a Hollywood comeback. According to IMDB Andrea Berloff will direct the Guy Ritchie-directed sequel. It will be based on the One Thousand And One Nights series, which features Middle Eastern folk tales. According to the Sun, “This would be Will’s first movie since the Oscars slap. It could also be shot by the end of the year in 2025. According to the person,

“This would be Will’s first movie since the Oscars slap. It is also quite surprising considering it will be a children’s film.”10 Adding “He has done a lot on himself and there is consensus that all of it will be in the past by time the movie is released. It would be foolish not to make another film about Will after the success of the first one. So, Disney is keen to stand by him and bring him back into the fold.”


Aladdin banked over $1 billion worldwide in 4,476 theaters. It’s not surprising that Disney wants to make Aladdin 20. The Sun interviewed Mena Massoud (Aladdin), who said that there has been a change of writers and that a new draft is being developed. “It’s going to not be based on the animated version,” Massoud says. “This is going to a new original story.”Are You interested in Disney’s

Aladdin 2010? Is Smith likely to play the Genie once again? Or will the House of Mouse find a new person with extraordinary cosmic powers? Is Smith being forgiven by the world for his actions at the Oscars? The world is watching, and only time will tell.

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