The second shows Aladdin and Jasmine interacting after Aladdin breaks into the palace. It also shows Aladdin questioning Genie’s (Will Smith) choice of wearing a topknot.
The teasers have gotten very mixed reactions from social media users.
No. These live versions are just terrible and Disney should be a bit embarrassed. You should be making masterpieces and instead you are settling on just average for what I believe is possible for the best entertainment company in the world. It hurts being a Disney fan.— Stavroleta (@stavroleta) April 26, 2019
Oh! These trailers keep getting better and better! So excited!— RGSTheBadGamer (@thebadgamingboy) April 26, 2019
Oooh! I’m excited! I gotta watch the original again it’s been so long!— TheFanArtist (@TheFanArtist217) April 26, 2019
Aight, I will admit like everyone else I have had reservations about this re-imagining, but based on the dialogue (and Will's Smith's excellent delivery) I think this is actually gonna be pretty cool. pic.twitter.com/DKbrMdCSK3— The ArtsiestSteph ᕕ( ᐛ )ᕗ (@ArtsieSteph) April 23, 2019
“Aladdin” soars into theaters on May 24.