If you've seen the Grammy's Last night, you probably saw the first trailer for Disney's live action Aladdin will be released later this year.
If you did not, you should do that consider yourself happy if these Twitter reactions are an indication.
According to the internet, Will Smith & # 39; s CGI-decorated spirit is the stuff of nightmares.
Although, after the release from the first movie poster, fans had called for the return of the blue skin color of the mind, this did not seem to be what they wanted.
Below are only compiled a few dozen of the funniest Twitter reactions to the frightening role of Smith.
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TL; DR Disney released the first trailer for the live action & # 39; Aladdin & # 39 ;, but Twitter thinks that Will Smith's spirit is frightening. Below are the funniest reactions summarized.
– xymne (@xymnetweets) February 11, 2019
First look at Will Smith as the Genie in the upcoming live action & # 39; Aladdin & # 39; pic.twitter.com/IGXeJytG8t
– unit (@mellowelch) February 11, 2019
Is Will Smith referred to as smurf or panthro? pic.twitter.com/ovL2nujkXg
– Nooruddean (@BeardedGenius) February 11, 2019
Some joked about the mind.
– Blake Bowman (@ Blakes_world1) February 11, 2019
I love Will Smith, but I really think this role was meant for Dr. Tobias Funke. pic.twitter.com/3cgntr0cJA
– Kyle Laker (@kyle_laker) February 11, 2019
Others thought the role should have gone to someone else.
the new aladdin movie with smith looks great! pic.twitter.com/lSRxDlyIrA
– Rebel Scum Finn (@realtraitorfinn) February 11, 2019
So here is a meme I made about my feelings towards Will Smith in Alladin. pic.twitter.com/GrYtdUM77P
– Brandon Allen (@ BWAllen2018) February 11, 2019
Always been a fan of Will Smith. Even as a teenager enjoyed Wild Wild West. So believe me when I say DEATH IT WITH FIRE.
NO ONE ASKS THIS. pic.twitter.com/61fSVAo6hv
– Michael O & # 39; Neal (@NoSparklyVamps) February 11, 2019
Many wished they could delete the image from their memory.
– Shelbs (@sepshelby) February 11, 2019
– Steve Bannister (@SteveisSensible) February 11, 2019
I found the man who helped create Will Smith's Genius. pic.twitter.com/kNIJd8ILs6
– Inside A Mind (@InsideAMindYT) February 11, 2019
– Joe Julians (@JoeJulians) February 11, 2019
The audience seems to have added it to the long list of CGI blunders.
Therapist: "During this session we learn to keep our anger and suffering under control, so what is bothering you now?"
Me: "I just saw blue Will Smith"
THERAPIST: "FUCK DUDE, FUCK DAT, LIKE FUCK."
– Eddie Bowley (@Eddache_) February 11, 2019
OH! DEAR! GOD! I ONLY DO NOT WANT THIS ONE BIT! I HAVE BEEN HONORALLY SKEPTICALLY WITH SMITH AS THE GENIUS WHEN I HAVE PREVIOUSLY CLOSED HIM, AND NOW I'M 100 PERCENT SKEPTICALLY ABOUT THIS. IT TURNS ME OUT AND SEE IT SO MUCH, HELL, IT IS NECESSARY, however, NECESSARY! pic.twitter.com/fiH79leVK4
– Mad Kaiser: Keyblade Master (@ MadKaiser98) February 11, 2019
Damn, smith looks unrecognizable as the mind pic.twitter.com/Ve8JfIbAfj
– Andre Borges (@borges) February 11, 2019
This is disturbing.
Will Smith genius reminds me of a smooth Yoda. I do not know why. I assume they both discourage me. pic.twitter.com/e4yr0ZdvP7
– Brian Bear (@BeaPeaBear) February 11, 2019
– Kuro the Artist (@KuroArtist) February 11, 2019
– Sarah Dunlavey (@ Meladydunlavey) February 11, 2019
There is already an internet folklore that comes to mind.
I feel nothing but a deep primal fear towards Will Smith as the new Genius. His ears are so big and his forehead stretches to infinity. I want to kill him with fire. Why do we have to suffer? A new #Aladdin film is simply meaningless. Please God, save us from this hell. pic.twitter.com/ogUlgDdkqN
– almighty axolotl (@almightyaxolotl) February 11, 2019
"Original fear" is correct.
Will Smith in Aladdin (2019) pic.twitter.com/DCRYUZZnCf
– Kara Schlegl (@karaschlegl) February 11, 2019
– Chris Demarais💩 (@ChrisDemarais) February 11, 2019
I wish I could dampen an image. I do not want the blue smith to appear
– Patrick Gill (@Pizza_Suplex) February 11, 2019
Disney still has to respond to the Internet outrage.