In the live-action adaptation of Disney’s 1992 animated musical feature Aladdin, Mena Massoud plays the titular scrappy street rat who lives with his light-fingered monkey pal ‘Abu’ and gets by on his charm and thieving on the streets of Agrabah. When he find the ‘Genie’s’ magical lamp he uses one of his three wishes to become a prince to win the hand of ‘Princess Jasmine’ and transforms from orphaned thief ‘Aladdin’ to the wealthy ‘Prince Ali’ of Ababwa.
These screen-used costumes and props from the Disney movie were photographed on display at the El Capitan Theatre along Hollywood Boulevard on June 3, 2019.
Michael Wilkinson is Costume Designer on the musical fantasy directed by Guy Ritchie and you can also check out his take on Will Smith’s Genie costume from Aladdin on display.
Plus for more sword and sandals film looks, make sure you also check out these movie costumes from Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time.
When Aladdin enters the Cave of Wonders as Jafar’s ‘diamond in the rough’ he finds a magical flying carpet trapped under a rock which he helps free.
Even though it appears the carpet is mostly created by CGI in the film this is also a physical version and it bears the feline face of the guardian entrance of the Cave of Wonders.
Stick around in the days to come for more screen-used costumes and props from Aladdin on display at Hollywood’s El Capitan Theatre until June 16, 2019.
Go further behind-the-scenes with this book: The Art and Making of Aladdin