In the actual trailer you can watch above as well, the finished effect looks kind of, well, unfinished.
"LEMME OUT! Can't wait for y'all to see Me BLUE!" exclaimed the actor under his Instagram post of a magic lamp sat on a deep purple background. For his part, Smith said, "I think it'll stand out as unique even in the Disney world". All those concerns have been put to rest now as the trailer shown at the 2019 Grammys officially introduced Smith as a very blue Genie.
But another large doubt still loomed for many fans: how would the wisecracking blue genie translate in a live action film?
Kyle Buchanan of The New York Times was downright horrified at the vision of Smith as the Genie. This of course set social media on fire with negative reactions about Smith's first images as the classic Disney character voiced by the late Robin Williams.
Fans can also look forward to Mena Massoud as Aladdin, Marwen Kenzari as the villainous Jafar and Naomi Scott as the lovely Princess Jasmine. Smith deserves a chance for his Genie to be judged on his comedic merit, rather than just his appearance. "Genie, wishes, lamp? None of that ringing a bell?"
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Though paid only an additional $20,000 to handle both jobs, Robinson took the position knowing his place in history. But his place in the sport's history extended far beyond the batter's box and basepaths.
"I have worked at most of the studios, and Disney just knows what they are doing".