Disney'sAladdin was a surprise box office success with over $1 billion in the bank to date, which would make some bet that the studio is considering their options for sequels, a bet that you would win.
Of course, the original animated version of Disney's Aladdin already has a sequel: The Return of Jafar, a straight-to-video affair set a year after the original.
"We'd love to have Guy back and get the team back together".
"We certainly when we first made the movie wanted to just make the best movie we could and let audiences tell us if they wanted to see more", he explained.
He added: "We are going to treat it the same way we treat the original "Aladdin" movie and not going to do a shot by shot remake of anything that's been done before".
Aladdin tells the exciting tale of the charming street rat Aladdin, the courageous and self-determined Princess Jasmine and the Genie who may be the key to their future.
Whether Guy Ritchie will be re-directed and Will Smith, Mena Massoud and Naomi Scott will again be seen in their roles as Jinni, Aladdin and Princess Jasmine are now unclear. The latter is also given a whole lot more material to build up a problematic character, with the same being done to Marwan Kenzari's Jaffar, while new characters introduced offer great additions to the plot.
Superstar Will Smith reached a kind of climax with "Aladdin, ' the Disney film became the most successful film of his career".
"We feel like there's more story to tell..." Return of Jafar is less well-known than the original 1992 blockbuster, and would require an overhaul to work as a sequel to the new Aladdin. You have watched the video several times.
As far as "Aladdin 2" is concerned, Disney is yet to make an announcement.
Do you want to see another instalment of the live action Aladdin?
These are simply conversations at this point and it's worth noting that Disney doesn't have an "Aladdin" sequel in production just yet. One of the biggest omissions was that we didn't get to see Jafar turn into a big snake to face off against Aladdin.
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Moonves' ouster past year in the face of multiple sexual misconduct allegations changed the dynamic. The blockbuster proved a bust, however, and the companies split up just a few years later, in 2005.