If you watched the Grammy's last night, then you probably saw the first trailer for Disney's live-action Aladdin coming out later this year.
If you didn't, then you should consider yourself lucky if these Twitter reactions are any indication.
According to the internet, Will Smith's CGI-embellished genie is the stuff of nightmares.
While, after the release of the first movie poster, fans had called for the return of the genie's blue skin colour, this does not appear to be what they wanted.
Below are compiled just a few dozen of the funniest Twitter reactions to Smith's terrifying role.
TL;DR Disney released the first trailer for the live-action 'Aladdin' but Twitter thinks Will Smith's genie is terrifying. Below are compiled the funniest reactions.
First look at Will Smith as the Genie in the upcoming live action ‘Aladdin’ pic.twitter.com/IGXeJytG8t— unity (@mellowelch) February 11, 2019
Is Will Smith meant to be a Smurf or Panthro? pic.twitter.com/ovL2nujkXg— Nooruddean (@BeardedGenius) February 11, 2019
Some made fun of the genie.
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 film with will smith looks great! pic.twitter.com/lSRxDlyIrA— Rebel Scum Finn (@realtraitorfinn) February 11, 2019
So, here a meme I made about my feeling towards Will Smith in Alladin. pic.twitter.com/GrYtdUM77P— Brandon Allen (@BWAllen2018) February 11, 2019
Always been a Will Smith fan. Even enjoyed Wild Wild West as a teen. So believe me when I say KILL IT WITH FIRE.— Michael O'Neal (@NoSparklyVamps) February 11, 2019
NO ONE ASKED FOR THIS. pic.twitter.com/61fSVAo6hv
Many wished they could erase the image from their memory.
Found the guy who helped make Will Smith's Genie. pic.twitter.com/kNIJd8ILs6— Inside A Mind (@InsideAMindYT) February 11, 2019
The public seems to have added it to the long list of CGI blunders.
Therapist: "During this session, we'll learn to control our anger and distress. So what bothers you right now?"— Eddie Bowley (@Eddache_) February 11, 2019
Me: "I've just seen blue Will Smith"
Therapist: "FUCK DUDE. FUCK THAT. LIKE FUCK."
OH! DEAR! GOD! I AM NOT LIKING THIS ONE BIT, AT ALL! HONESTLY I WAS ALREADY SKEPTICAL WITH WILL SMITH AS THE GENIE WHEN I FIRST TOOK A LOT AT HIM, AND NOW I'M 100 PERCENT SKEPTICAL ABOUT THIS. IT PUTS ME OFF AND LOOKS SO WRONG, HELL IT'S EVEN TERRIFYING ACTUALLY! pic.twitter.com/fiH79leVK4— Mad Kaiser: Keyblade Master (@MadKaiser98) February 11, 2019
Damn, will smith looks unrecognisable as the genie pic.twitter.com/Ve8JfIbAfj— Andre Borges (@borges) February 11, 2019
This is unsettling.
Will Smith genie makes me think of smooth Yoda. I don’t know why. I guess they both unnerve me. pic.twitter.com/e4yr0ZdvP7— Brian Bear (@BeaPeaBear) February 11, 2019
There is already an internet folklore emerging about the genie.
I feel nothing but a deep primal fear towards Will Smith as the new Genie. His ears are so big and his forehead stretches into infinity. I want to kill him with fire. Why do we have to suffer? A new #Aladdin film is just pointless. Please God, save us from this hell. pic.twitter.com/ogUlgDdkqN— almighty axolotl (@almightyaxolotl) February 11, 2019
"Primal fear" is accurate.
Will Smith in Aladdin (2019) pic.twitter.com/DCRYUZZnCf— Kara Schlegl (@karaschlegl) February 11, 2019
i wish i could mute an image i don't want to see the blue will smith— Patrick Gill (@Pizza_Suplex) February 11, 2019
Disney has yet to respond to the internet outcry.