If you love Disney’s classic 1992 animated feature Aladdin, but wish it had 100% less hand-drawn animation, you’re in luck: the studio has made a live-action reimaging that is already set to hit theaters next month. And Southern California Disney fans hoping to get an up-close-and-personal look at some of the props and costumes from the new film directed by Guy Ritchie (Sherlock Holmes) are in even bigger luck, because there’s a new sneak peek at Walt Disney’s original Magic Kingdom in Anaheim, California: Disneyland!

Nestled in the Main Street Opera House– where other recent Disney movie sneak peeks like Mary Poppins Returns and Dumbo settled in before the films hit theaters– the temporary Aladdin attraction is headlined by a ten-minute preview of the feature itself, and accented by a number of props, costumes, and framed concept art pieces in the Opera House’s lobby.

Watch “Aladdin” sneak peek props and costumes display at Disneyland:

For a limited time, Disneyland guests can see the magic carpet from Aladdin (2019), plus the movie’s lamp, outfits worn by Naomi Scott (Power Rangers) as Jasmine and Mena Massoud (Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan) as the title character, and six different artistic depictions of scenes from the film mounted on the wall of the building that usually houses Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln.

You’re in for a royal treat when you head over to the Main Street Opera House to get an advance look at clips from this song- and dance-filled film before it officially soars into theaters. But hurry, this limited-time sneak peek will only be enchanting Guests from April 19 through May 27, 2019.

A thrilling and vibrant live-action adaptation of Disney’s animated classic, Aladdin is the exciting tale of the charming street rat Aladdin, the courageous and self-determined Princess Jasmine and the Genie who may be the key to their future.

Guy Ritchie’s Aladdin opens Friday, May 24 in theaters nationwide.

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Mike has been fascinated by theme parks and Disney all his life. He has worked in the entertainment journalism field since 2015, after spending a decade as a film projectionist at one of Hollywood’s most prestigious movie theaters. He resides in Burbank, California with his wife and cat.



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