Like the Genie sang, you ain’t never had Aladdin toys like these. Jakks Pacific is releasing an all-new collection of wearable and playable merchandise before the release of Guy Ritchie’s live-action version of Disney’s 1992 animated favorite. Yahoo Entertainment has your exclusive first look at this Aladdin toy line, which can be found at major retailers like Amazon, Target and Walmart starting April 22.
Aladdin Magic Genie Lamp ($19.99)
No, a disturbingly blue Will Smith won’t emerge from this lamp when you rub it. But it will light up with nifty blue lights and it’ll respond to your questions (and wishes) via select phrases and some funny shaking.
Agrabah Tea Set ($19.99)
This nine-piece collection has everything you need for an intimate tea soirée for two, including a pair of cups, plates and spoons, with accompanying sugar bowl and teapot.
Jasmine Outfit Assortment ($29.99 each)
Now you can add these classic Jasmine looks to your own closet: dress up in her finest princess garb for formal occasions or don her caped ensemble for your next magic carpet ride.
Jasmine Royal Accessory Set ($19.99)
Accessorize your new Jasmine wardrobe with shoes, headdress and jewelry. Guaranteed not to blow away when you go soaring through the skies.
Deluxe Jasmine Wig ($19.99)
Complete your Jasmine makeover with this extra-long hairpiece, which comes with three hair clips for maximum styling.
Princess Jasmine Musical Doll ($29.99)
Besides the Fresh Prince, another new addition to this Aladdin is a fresh song for Jasmine, played by Naomi Scott. The actress has described this new track, titled “Speechless,” as a “punch in the face” ... but in a good way, presumably. Get a sneak preview of the song — orchestrated by Aladdin composer Alan Menken with lyrics by The Greatest Showman duo of Benj Pasek and Justin Paul — via this singing doll.
“A Whole New World” Jewelry Box ($24.99)
Just like the ’92 version, “A Whole New World” is destined to be the standout sequence of the 2019 Aladdin. And you can immortalize the moment with this jewelry box, which comes plays the soaring notes of the Oscar-winning song.
Aladdin opens in theaters on May 24.
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