Director Guy Ritchie and the cast of the live-actionremake of ‘Aladdin’ are said to be called back to the studios in London to see some scenes again. An insider told the British newspaper The Sun that Disney and the film “a more Middle Eastern feel”.
The shooting for the film, Mena Massoud as the main character Aladdin and Will Smith as a Spirit, were originally all in January completed. Cast and crew had, however, at the beginning of this month to London, down to a few massascènes again, this time with extra extras with a Middle Eastern appearance in the background.
According to an insider was Disney not under the impression of the original recordings. The entertainment company wants to at least do just as well as the hit movie ‘Beauty & The Beast’ last year, which is about 1.3 billion dollar binnenreef. According to the bosses, all of the recordings not on the original, authentic image of the Arabic folk tale, and so had some scenes re-filmed. After the reshoots would Disneyproducers “much more confident” in the hitpotentieel of the film, says the insider.
In addition to the more authentic key also was the role of the Spirit, played by Will Smith, extended. ‘Aladdin’ would be in may 2019 in the cinemas appear.