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Will Smith torched in trailer release?


The Fresh Prince of Bel Air and former rap artist, Will Smith is now under fire for the trailer released for the upcoming live action film based on the Disney classic, Aladdin. Will Smith's role in the movie is to play Genie but the controversy surrounding Smith is that Genie was never played by an African American actor or even has been voiced by one. Gilbert Gotfried, the original voice actor of Iago in the 90's animated film, was upset at the casting of the new film and The new trailer to the live action "Aladdin" movie dropped Sunday during the Grammys and fans finally got a chance to see what Will's gonna look like decked out as the blue Genie ... and it's safe to say practically nobody was impressed.
One fan tweeted, "It turns out that Will Smith's Aladdin Genie will haunt my nightmares." Another person said, "Will Smith genie is what appears in my room when I have sleep paralysis." It gets worse ... "I just stepped outside and ... how are there not crashed cars? How are there not people walking around in a daze? Have they not seen the Will Smith genie yet? Dare I show them?" Will's gotta feel like ... damned if I do, damned if I don't. Remember, back in December we got a glimpse of what Will's gonna look like as the Genie character but everyone dragged Disney for not making him blue. After the trailer dropped, Will posted a video and picture on Instagram and captioned it, "I told y'all  I was gon' be Blue!! Y'all need to trust me more often!" Some might argue he looked TOO blue. Safe to say everyone loves it when Will's bad ... but not this kinda bad.

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