Mena Massoud and Naomi Scott casts for Aladdin remake unveiled by Disney Studios. The big live action Alladin casting unveiled in Anaheim California at Disney’s 23 Expo that was held on 15 July. Disney chose Canadian actor Mena Massoud to play the title character for the remake of Aladdin movie. Aladdin is our dream world movie that takes us to our childhood and dream world. Now soon the remake of Aladdin is back with lots of fun. And the popular actress Naomi Scott will portray the role of Princess Jasmine. The American action star Will Smith will play the role of Genie that voice brilliantly by the late Robin Williams in the animated blockbuster of 1992. This remake will be directed by Guy Ritchie who has recently directed the blockbuster movie “King Arthur: LeGeneiend of the Sword.”
Disney’s animated feature Aladdin was released in the year 1992 that features Robin Willass for the voice of character Genie, Scott Weinger as Aladdin and Linda Larkin as Jasmine. Mena Massoud Canadian actor now plays the role of Aladdin. He was born in Egypt and brought up in Markham Ontario. He pursued his career in acting theatre from Ryerson University’s School of Performance. He is best known for his television roles in the small screen version of Jack Ryan. After this announcement of Disney studios, Mena Massoud tweeted that “he so grateful and honoured for the opportunity to help in bringing this magical story to life once again. bring this magical story to life once again.”
The plot of the Aladdin movie always takes us to the dream world and the magical world. The story revolves around the life of Aladdin when street Rat frees a genie from a lamp and finds his wishes granted. However, Aladdin finds that the evil has other plans for the lamp and also for his love Princess Jasmine. Then how he saved his love Princess Jasmine is the climax of the story.
Mena Massoud announced as Aladdin, Naomi Scott as Jasmine, and Will Smith as Genie in live-action Aladdin! #D23Expo
— Disney (@Disney) July 15, 2017
— Mena Massoud (@MenaMassoud) July 15, 2017