Disney Is Developing an 'Aladdin Spinoff for Prince Anders!

Brenda Watkins
December 8, 2019

Nope, it'll center on Prince Anders, the goofy-ass character played by Billy Magnussen who was in the film for all of two minutes.

Prince Anders, who was a potential suitor for Jasmine, was extremely dressed and a little on the dim side from the fictional kingdom of Skanland, but thanks to Magnussen's performance, audiences really took a shine to the character. If centering on the buffoonish Prince Anders wasn't enough of an indication of the series' expected tone, Jordan Dunn and Michael Kvamme are writing the script. Dunn and Kvamme have written comedy together in the past, including Operation Prince of Freedom for Fox.

"He approached producers with an idea for the spinoff and was involved in meeting with writers", writes the outlet in their report.

So news that a white star that appears in only a few scenes of the movie was being given his own spinoff film just days following the 28-year old Egypt-born direct of this box office smash disclosed he can't even get from the audition room did not go over well on Twitter.

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With Dan Lin and Jonathan Eirich returning as producers.

Another person added, "I didn't like Aladdin remake". Would you be interested in seeing Billy Magnussen reprising his role as Prince Anders in a spinoff film for Disney Plus? 'He must have made millions. "It's like, I'm sitting here being like, OK, Aladdin just hit $1 billion", he said.

In response, Massoud's costar Will Smith - who played Genie - offered him so no-nonsense advice about Hollywood at the Spies in Disguise world premiere. He has a role in the upcoming Bond movie No Time to Die. The character was a new addition to the live-action film's storyline.

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