It's been a minute, but the Aladdin trailer has finally arrived. Off the bat, it looks to be a dynamic affair. For one, the "Street-Rat's" parkour game is on point, as he scales walls in an effort to elude Agrabah's scorned merchants. Such a raw display of athleticism managed to catch the eye of one Princess Jasmine, a scene fans of the animated series will likely recognize. We also get a first glimpse at the Twitter-dubbed "Hot Jafar," who appears to be the catalyst for Al's foray into the cave of wonders. This time, however, he does not appear to be dressed as a decrepit old man. Perhaps it's for the best. 

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It doesn't take long before Will Smith's Genie hits the scene, holding it down with his own take on "Friend Like Me." We can only hope that Big Will slips in a few family-friendly bars, as Genie has had ten-thousand years to engrave the inner-lamp with some fire. In a curious turn, Will appears to take a relatively human form for some of the film, as he explains to Al that there's "a lot of grey area" in becoming a prince. Glimpses of "Prince Ali," a bit of Genie wisdom (as well as some Hitch-esque matchmaking), "A Whole New World," ostriches unleashed, a giant parrot, and much more. 

Check the trailer below, and sound off. Do you think Guy Ritchie and Disney can pull this off, come May 24th?