Will Smith Posted the First Photo of the Live-Action Aladdin Cast

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Disney fans should buckle up, because we've got the sneak peek of the century.

The cast of the upcoming live-action Aladdin has posted the first photo from the set, and it was worth waiting for. Will Smith (who will play the Genie), posted a picture to his Facebook page of him alongside his cast mates, and they could not look more excited.

Smith stands with co-stars Mena Massoud (Aladdin), Naomi Scott (Princess Jasmine), and Marwan Kenzari (Jafar) on the set of the production.

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"We just started shooting Aladdin and I wanted to intro you guys to our new family … Mena Massoud/Aladdin, Naomi Scott/Princess Jasmine, Marwan Kenzari/Jafar, and I’m over here gettin my Genie on. Here we go!” Smith wrote.

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While (sadly) none of the actors were in costume, they looked pretty psyched to start filming nonetheless. The live-action Aladdin doesn't have a release date yet, but if Smith's post is any indication, fans won't have to wait too long for this Disney magic.

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