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Jasmine Looks Stunning In New Look From Disney’s Aladdin

There was a new picture of Jasmine in Disney’s Aladdin that was making rounds online on various social media websites, and she can be seen wearing a new attire and looks gorgeous.

Disney’s Aladdin is a live-action remake of the animated classic from Disney. It stars Mena Massoud as Aladdin, Naomi Scott as Jasmine and Will Smith as Genie. When it was first revealed that Will Smith can show up in human form, it raised some controversy and fear among the fans that Disney will remove the iconic blue look of the Genie from the classic animated feature. Will Smith later clarified that this is not the case, and he will actually appear in Blue with CGI for the majority of the movie.

Jasmine is supposed to be from the Middle East but Naomi Scott, the actress who portrays her on the big screen, is British Indian. Her casting can be considered controversial, but she does look great in that picture even if her look doesn’t match the animated Jasime. Her acting will decide if casting her was the right call for this role.

Disney’s Aladdin is directed by Guy Ritchie. It will drop in theaters on May 29, 2019. This is third live-action Disney remake to launch this year along with The Lion King by Jon Favreau and Dumbo by Tim Burton.


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  1. AnonFlow January 7, 2019

    jasmine is european?

    will they paint Will Smith blue?

    1. Kalkano January 7, 2019

      Jasmine: British, but of Indian descent.

      Will Smith: Looks like the stereotypical genie, in human form (Will Smith’s normal skin-tone). Will be blue in the CG form, which he’ll be for most of the film.

      I’ve had lots of problems with Disney’s extreme leftist ways of late, but so far have no problem with the Aladdin remake.

  2. John Meta January 7, 2019

    Jasmine definitely looks good. Can’t wait for the new trailer.

  3. mxpie6 January 7, 2019

    Naomi Scott is a great choice.


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