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|จำหน่าย/เผยแพร่||Walt Disney Studios |
|ฉาย||8 พฤษภาคม ค.ศ. 2019 (Grand Rex)|
พฤษภาคม 24, 2019 (United States)
Aladdin is a 2019 American musical fantasy film directed by Guy Ritchie, who co-wrote the screenplay with John August. Produced by Walt Disney Pictures, it is a live-action adaptation of Disney's 1992 animated film of the same name, which was based on the eponymous Middle-Eastern folktale from the One Thousand and One Arabian Nights. The film stars Mena Massoud, Will Smith, Naomi Scott, Marwan Kenzari, Navid Negahban, Nasim Pedrad, and Billy Magnussen. The film follows Aladdin, a street urchin, who finds a magic lamp and must use it to win over Princess Jasmine and defeat the conspiring vizier Jafar.
In October 2016, Disney announced Ritchie would direct a live-action Aladdin remake. Smith was the first member of the cast to join, signing on to portray Genie in July 2017, and later that month Massoud and Scott were confirmed for the two lead roles. Principal photography began that September at Longcross Studios in Surrey, England, also filming in the Wadi Rum Desert in Jordan, and lasted until January 2018. The film also pays tribute to Robin Williams, who voiced Genie in the animated feature and died in 2014.
Aladdin was theatrically released in the United States on May 24, 2019. The film received mixed reviews from critics; many praised the performances of Massoud, Smith, and Scott, the costumes, and the musical numbers, while others criticized Ritchie's direction and the CGI effects. The changes made to the original film also divided critics, mainly in Jafar's character and portrayal. In contrast, the film received a positive reception from audiences polled by CinemaScore and PostTrak.
During a voyage, a mariner tells the story of Aladdin, Jasmine, Princess of Agrabah, and the magic lamp to his two children. Aladdin, a young street urchin living in the desert kingdom of Agrabah along with his pet monkey Abu, rescue and befriend Princess Jasmine of Agrabah, who is upset that the law requires her to marry a prince instead of the one she loves.
Meanwhile, Jafar, a Royal Vizier, grows tired of being "second best". He and his parrot Iago thus seek a magic lamp hidden within the Cave of Wonders to become Sultan. Both are told that only one person is worthy to enter: "the diamond in the rough", whom Jafar later identifies as Aladdin. Later, Aladdin returns a bracelet belonging to Jasmine's mother and the palace guards capture Aladdin on Jafar's orders.
Jafar frees Aladdin and Abu, and after telling Aladdin that he can make him rich enough to impress Jasmine, has him retrieve the lamp. Inside the cave, Aladdin finds a magic carpet and obtains the lamp. Defying Aladdin's instruction to touch nothing but the lamp, Abu grabs a ruby. Aladdin, Abu, and the carpet rush to escape the cave as it collapses. Aladdin gives the lamp to Jafar, who throws both Aladdin and Abu back into the cave, though not before Abu steals the lamp back.
Trapped, Aladdin rubs the lamp and meets the Genie who lives inside it. The Genie explains that he has the power to grant Aladdin three wishes. Aladdin tricks the Genie into freeing them all from the cave without using a wish and then uses his first wish to assume the identity of a prince to woo Jasmine, and promises to use his third wish to free the Genie from servitude. Back in Agrabah, Aladdin, as "Prince Ali of Ababwa", arrives with a large host, but Jasmine is unimpressed.
Later, Aladdin takes Jasmine on a ride on the magic carpet while the Genie goes out with her handmaiden, Dalia. When she deduces his true identity, Aladdin convinces Jasmine that he only dresses as a peasant to escape the stresses of royal life. However, Jafar discovers Aladdin's true identity and threatens him in order to reveal where he had put the lamp. Aladdin refuses and Jafar throws him out of the tower into the sea. Abu and the carpet arrive with the lamp, and Aladdin rubs it before drowning.
Genie rescues Aladdin and after speaking with Jasmine, they help expose Jafar's evil plot, and the Sultan has Jafar arrested. After being offered the position as heir to the Sultan, Aladdin, fearing that he will lose Jasmine if the truth is revealed, reluctantly breaks his promise and refuses to free the Genie, upsetting him.
Meanwhile, Iago steals the dungeon keys and frees Jafar, who steals the lamp from Aladdin with his own street smarts and becomes the Genie's new master. Jafar uses his first two wishes to become Sultan and the world's most powerful sorcerer, then exiles Aladdin and Abu to a frozen wasteland and threatens to kill Dalia and the Sultan unless Jasmine agrees to marry him. However, the Genie has the carpet retrieve Aladdin.
As they proceed with the wedding ceremony, Aladdin returns to the palace and Jasmine tries to help him steal the lamp back, but Jafar notices it. After a brief chase, Iago, becoming a large bird from Jafar's sorcery, steals the lamp once more, but then loses it when the Sultan interrupts Jafar's sorcery. Using his magic, Jafar overpowers the heroes, destroying the carpet in the process. However, Aladdin taunts Jafar for being "second best" to the Genie, tricking him into using his last wish to become an all-powerful genie himself. Now bound to his new lamp, Jafar ends up trapped inside it, taking Iago with him.
With Agrabah returned to normal, the Genie banishes Jafar's lamp to the desert and restores the carpet and everything back to normal. He advises Aladdin to use his third wish to regain his royal title so the law will allow him to stay with Jasmine or to use the wish to erase the part of the law that obliges a princess to marry a prince. Instead, Aladdin decides to keep his promise and free the Genie.
The Sultan declares that Jasmine will be the next ruler, not whoever her future husband will be, and, realizing Aladdin and Jasmine's love, he tells her she may change the law to allow her to marry whom she chooses. It is revealed in the end that the mariner is really the Genie who left to explore the world with Dalia who is now his wife and raises two children, while Aladdin and Jasmine get married and start their new life together.
- Will Smith as Genie: แม่แบบ:Cast list break Smith described the character as "both a trickster and a mentor" who tries "to guide Aladdin to the truth of the greatness that's already within him". Smith physically portrays the character when he is in the guise of a human, while his blue genie form is CGI, portrayed through motion-capture performance.
- Mena Massoud as Aladdin: แม่แบบ:Cast list break
- Naomi Scott as Princess Jasmine: แม่แบบ:Cast list break She further stated that Jasmine will try to find "the courage to speak out for her people", and said that "Jasmine wants to know what goes on in her kingdom and reconcile the distance that has been created, and Aladdin gives her the courage to do just that".
- Marwan Kenzari as Jafar: แม่แบบ:Cast list break
- Navid Negahban as The Sultan: The wise and noble ruler of Agrabah who is eager to find a capable husband for his daughter Jasmine.
- Nasim Pedrad as Dalia: แม่แบบ:Cast list break
- Billy Magnussen as Prince Anders: A suitor and potential husband for Jasmine from the kingdom of Skånland who is a new character that did not appear in the original film. But he is similar to Prince Achmed in the animated movie who is more arrogant than him. 
- Numan Acar as Hakim: The head of the palace guards who is loyal to the Sultan of Agrabah.
- Robby Haynes as Razoul: The royal captain of the Guard of Agrabah.
- Jordan A. Nash as Omar: The Genie and Dalia's son.
- Taliyah Blair as Lian: The Genie and Dalia's daughter.
- Aubrey Lin as Omi
- Amir Boutrous as Jamal
- Alan Tudyk as Iago: แม่แบบ:Cast list break The film marks the first time the character is voiced by somebody besides Gilbert Gottfried.
- Frank Welker reprises his voice roles from the original film as:
- Abu: Aladdin's kleptomaniac but loyal pet capuchin monkey with a falsetto voice.
- Rajah: Jasmine's protective pet Bengal tiger and best friend, who communicates through growling, roaring and grunting.
- Cave of Wonders: A sand guardian that resembles the form of a giant head of a lion (in contrast with being a tiger in the original) who has been tasked to protect the magic lamp from intruders and give it to those who are worthy like a "diamond in the rough."
Development and casting[แก้]
On October 10, 2016, it was announced that Guy Ritchie would direct a live-action Aladdin film with John August penning the screenplay for Walt Disney Pictures and Dan Lin attached as producer. The studio said that the film would be "an ambitious and nontraditional" take on the tale of Aladdin that would keep much of the musical elements of the original film. On the non-traditional aspect, the studio planned for the film to be told in a nonlinear format.
In February 2017, Lin said that they were looking for a diverse cast and that they would not try "to make Prince of Persia". A worldwide casting call for the lead roles of Aladdin and Princess Jasmine commenced in March 2017, with principal production set to begin in the UK in July 2017 until January 2018. On April 19, 2017, it was reported that either Gabriel Iglesias or Will Smith was in talks for the role of Genie, for which the latter was confirmed in July. In May 2017, Jade Thirlwall was in talks for the part of Princess Jasmine.
On July 11, 2017, it was announced that principal production on Aladdin had been pushed back by a month, to August 2017, due to struggles in finding the right actor to portray the titular role. Over 2,000 actors and actresses had auditioned for the roles of Aladdin and Jasmine but that finding a male lead of Middle-Eastern or Indian descent in his 20s who could act and sing had proven difficult. Naomi Scott and Tara Sutaria were the final two actresses in the running for the role of Jasmine, but neither could be cast until a chemistry test was done with whomever was cast as Aladdin. The studio was interested in casting Dev Patel or Riz Ahmed for the lead role of Aladdin, but neither were considered likely to obtain the role. In what became the final rounds of screen testing, actors Achraf Koutet, Mena Massoud, and George Kosturos were still in the running for the role of Aladdin. However, the studio had begun perusing old audition tapes for the role, having not been satisfied by the latest round of screen tests.
At the 2017 D23 Expo, on July 15, it was announced that Massoud had been cast as Aladdin and Scott had been cast as Jasmine, ending a four month long open casting call. On July 17, 2017, it was announced that Disney had hired Vanessa Taylor to polish the original screenplay by August, specifically to do some "character work" and what is called "script doctoring". Meanwhile, Richie and the studio focused on casting the other main roles with filming slated to start in August in London. In August 2017, Marwan Kenzari joined the cast as Jafar with Nasim Pedrad cast in a newly created role as "a hand maid and friend of Jasmine" who will serve as a "comic relief" and Numan Acar as Hakim. The following month, Billy Magnussen joined the cast in a newly created role as Prince Anders alongside Navid Negahban as the Sultan. The decision of casting Magnussen as a new original white character into the film has drawn criticism with fans and critics deeming it "unnecessary" and "offensive", sparking accusations of whitewashing to the film while pointing out the irony regarding the worldwide search for actors and actresses to play the leads in connection to the controversy. The trailer confirmed that Frank Welker would reprise his role as the Cave of Wonders. In November 2017, Robby Haynes was cast as Razoul, while Welker was announced to also reprise his role as Abu the monkey.
The decision to hire Scott, who has Ugandan-Indian heritage on her mother’s side, to play the lead of Princess Jasmine has also drawn criticism as well as accusations of colorism, as some expected the role to go to an Arab or Middle Eastern actress. In December 2018, Julie Ann Crommett, Disney's Vice President of Multicultural Engagement, said the decision to cast Scott as Jasmine reflected a mixing or association of different cultures in a broad region that consists of the Middle East, South Asia and China by extension, which all make up the Silk Road. The real intention for Agrabah was for it to be the center of the Silk Road and added that Jasmine's mother would be from a land that was not Agrabah.
When asked about Ritchie's take on the film, Pasek & Paul described it as "very muscular and action-packed". Despite initial reports, the animal characters Abu, Iago, and Rajah from the original film will be appearing in some capacity. On December 20, 2018, Gilbert Gottfried said he was not asked to reprise his role as Iago. In March 2019, it was announced that Alan Tudyk would be voicing the character instead. In May 2019, Welker was announced to reprise his role as Rajah, Jasmine's pet tiger.
Principal photography began on September 6, 2017, at Longcross Studios in Surrey, England, and wrapped on January 24, 2018. Part of the film was shot in Wadi Rum Desert, Jordan. The Royal Film Commission provided support to the production during filming and assisted in facilitating logistics. Reshoots took place during August 2018. The film's production sets were designed by Game of Thrones production designer Gemma Jackson.
In January 2018, it was reported that the white extras were being applied brown make-up during filming in order to "blend in", which caused an outcry and condemnation among fans and critics, branding the practice as "an insult to the whole industry" while accusing the producers of not recruiting people with Middle-Eastern or North African heritage. Disney responded to the controversy, saying, "Diversity of our cast and background performers was a requirement and only in a handful of instances when it was a matter of specialty skills, safety and control (special effects rigs, stunt performers and handling of animals) were crew made up to blend in." The "Prince Ali" musical sequence features 1000 dancers and extras.
Alan Menken was brought in to compose the score for the film after previously doing so in the original animated film, while Pasek & Paul wrote a new song with Menken, and several songs from the original film, by Menken, Howard Ashman, and Tim Rice, were featured in the remake.
Aladdin held its world premiere at the Grand Rex in Paris, France on May 8, 2019. It was released in 3D, Dolby Cinema and IMAX by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures on May 24, 2019, replacing the original date set for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.
Will Smith debuted the first official poster on October 10, 2018. The teaser trailer was released the following day. In December 2018, Entertainment Weekly offered a first official look at the cast in costume on the cover of their issue for the most anticipated films of 2019. On February 10, 2019, Disney debuted a special sneak peek of the film during the 61st Annual Grammy Awards which was met with largely negative feedback from audiences, primarily due to the quality of the CGI Genie in his blue design, created via motion capture effects. The negative reception sparked a large amount of memes and Photoshop edits mocking Will Smith's appearance in the sneak peek, several of which humorously comparing it with Tobias Fünke (from Arrested Development) painted in blue in an attempt to join the Blue Man Group. On March 12, 2019, Disney debuted a second trailer on Good Morning America. This trailer was met with a much more positive reception than the previous one, as it featured several songs from the original film and more of Smith not entirely in motion-capture, but also having his CGI aspects scenes being quite suitable.
In the United States and Canada, Aladdin was released alongside Booksmart and Brightburn, and is projected to gross around $80 million from 4,476 theaters over its four-day opening weekend. While Disney is projecting a $75–85 million debut, some independent trackers have the film opening to as low as $65 million or as high as $100 million. The film made $31 million on its first day, including $7 million from Thursday night previews, the second-best total of the Disney live-action remakes.
Worldwide, the film is expected to gross an additional $100–120 million, including $10–20 million in China. The film topped the Chinese box office in its first two days, grossing US$11.68 million through Friday and Saturday. The film also topped the Indian box office on its first day, grossing แม่แบบ:INR on Friday.
On review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds an approval rating of 58% based on 243 reviews, and an average rating of 5.81/10. The site's critical consensus reads, "Aladdin retells its classic source material's story with sufficient spectacle and skill, even if it never approaches the dazzling splendor of the animated original." On Metacritic, the film has a weighted average score of 54 out of 100 based on 45 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews". Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "A" on an A+ to F scale, while those at PostTrak gave it an overall positive score of 90% (with an average 4.5 out of 5 stars) and a 70% "definite recommend".
Writing for the Chicago Sun-Times, Richard Roeper gave the film 3 out of 4 stars, praising Smith, Scott and Massoud's performances and calling it a "shining, shimmering live-action update". Variety's Peter Debruge summarized his review with: "Will Smith steps into Robin Williams' shoes, bringing fresh attitude to the role of the Genie in Guy Ritchie's high-risk, mostly rewarding live-action remake." A Mir Fantastiki review by Yevgeniy Peklo gave the film a score of 8/10, saying it was "probably the best Disney live-action remake up to date".
Despite praising the cast, William Bibbiani of the TheWrap said of the film: "If you don't think about it very hard (although you probably should), the remake of Aladdin might entertain you. But you'd be a heck of a lot more entertained by watching the original film again. Or by going to a real-life parade. Or by doing some light gardening. Or by doing a crossword puzzle." Mark Kennedy of the Associated Press wrote that "Guy Ritchie... was always an odd choice to helm a big Disney romantic musical and proves utterly the wrong guy here. Aladdin, in his hands, is more like The Mummy than Frozen. This is an Aladdin with a torture scene and pointlessly artful fast-slow-motion action scenes."
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