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Will Smith Just Shared The First Cast Photo Of "Aladdin" And I'm Not Crying, You're Crying

Shining, shimmering, splendid.

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So unless you've been trapped in a lamp for 10,000 years, you know Disney's currently rebooting the 1992 classic Aladdin in live-action form.

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You know, Aladdin? The tale of a street rat with a heart of gold whose wit, charm, and three wishes win over the princess every '90s girl modeled herself after?

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My mood is "unimpressed Princess Jasmine" forever.

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After much speculation with casting, the core four actors were confirmed over the summer.

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Mena Massoud is Aladdin, our "diamond in the rough," if you will.

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"Do you trust me?" You bet your handsome ass, I do.

Naomi Scott is Princess Jasmine, and she is NOT a prize to be won.

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Sassy Princess of crop tops and also my heart.

Will Smith is the Genie, and we've most certainly never had a friend like him.

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More like "Fresh Prince Ali," amirite guys?

And Marwan Kenzari is Jafar, the conniving Royal Vizier hell-bent on de-throning the somewhat oblivious Sultan.

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"Jafar, Jafar, he's our man. If he can't do it...GREAT."

And today we finally got to see the four of them together when Will Smith shared the first on-set photo of the group and OMG precious baby angels.

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"I wanted to intro you guys to our new family..."

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OMG, right in my childhood.

Walt Disney Studios also released a statement noting:

Casting for “Aladdin,” the live-action adaptation of the studio’s animated classic, is complete and production is currently underway at Longcross Studios outside London.

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There's no official release date for the film as of yet but, until then, you can catch me jumping on these cast photos like:

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