Our minds are officially blown. ‘Aladdin’ directors Ron Clements and John Musker are finally coming clean about that Genie fan theory everyone’s been wondering about since 1992. Find out what they revealed now!
Finally! Some Disney myths are getting debunked! After decades of questions about the Genie, Aladdin directors Ron Clements and John Musker are revealing what’s true and what’s not. Get ready, Aladdin fans!
Flashback alert! Lea Salonga and Brad Kane, the original singing voices for Aladdin and Jasmine from the Disney film ‘Aladdin,’ have reunited to sing ‘A Whole New World’ together for the first time in 23 years. Watch the amazing clip below!
Aladdin, originally released in 1992, is one of Disney‘s best animated movies and we can’t believe it’s been 23 years since it first hit theaters. From the beautiful songs to Robin Williams‘ amazing comedy voice work, the movie is an absolute classic and now for the first time in two decades, the original singing voices of Jasmine and Ali have come together to perform “A Whole New World”, live on Good Morning America on Oct. 9. See the clip below!
So cool! Disney celebrated the 23rd anniversary of ‘Aladdin’ by re-releasing the classic animated movie with bonus material, featuring the late Robin Williams in some never-before-seen clips. Watch them here!
Can you believe it’s been 23 years since Aladdin was released in movie theaters? No, neither can we. But to celebrate the milestone, Disney is re-releasing the animated movie with the added bonus of some behind-the-scenes footage, including never-bef0re-seen clips of Robin Williams in the recording studio, playing the beloved Genie.
This is shining, shimmering and yes, splendid! ‘Aladdin’ co-stars Scott Weinger and Linda Larkin, better known as Aladdin and Jasmine, reunited at the D23 Expo on Aug. 14. SO adorable!
This is giving us indescribable feelings! Aladdin star Scott Weinger, 39, reunited with co-star Linda Larkin, 45, who played Princess Jasmine, at the D23 Expo on Aug. 14. Of course, they took an incredible selfie to reassure fans that Aladdin and Jasmine are still in each other’s hearts!
The ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ star paid tribute to Robin Williams, who was found dead at his home on Aug. 11, on Instagram. From ‘Jumanji’ to ‘Aladdin,’ and ‘Hook’ to ‘Mrs. Doubtfire,’ the late actor was a staple of many people’s childhoods — Khloe’s tribute is a reflection of that.
Following Robin Williams‘ tragic death on Aug. 11, Khloe Kardashian, 30, posted a photo of the genie from Disney’s Aladdin, the character to which Robin lent his voice in 1992, on Instagram. The comedic legend, who died from an apparent suicide at age 63, certainly left a lasting impression on many people, including the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star.
‘Aladdin’, one of the nominees for Best Musical at the 2014 Tony Awards, brought down the house at the Radio City Music Hall on June 8 — read on for all the details!
In one of the most spectacular performances in an evening of truly stellar entertainment, the Broadway cast of Aladdin took the stage on June 8 for the 68th annual Tony Awards to perform the total classic “Friend Like Me,” performed by Adam Jacobs as Aladdin and James Monroe Iglehart as the Genie. Details below and click to watch the video of the performance!
Matt doesn’t just PLAY a cartoon character on Star Wars: The Clone Wars, he also LOVES cartoon characters — specifically, Aladdin’s Princess Jasmine!
90210 star Matt Lanter‘s favorite Disney moving growing up was Aladdin — but not just because he’s a sucker for toe-tapping musical numbers. Matt admits he had the hots the movie’s leading lady, Princess Jasmine! “Jasmine is my cartoon crush,” Matt, 27, told HollywoodLife.com exclusively Oct. 7 at his Hand Print Ceremony at NYC’s Planet Hollywood Times Square. “Those sheer little top things she had on … yeah, basically what I’m saying is Jasmine is my crush!”