The actress said she took her genie-transformed husband to a movie theater to witness the positive response to the film, despite some unfavorable critic reviews.
Jaden Smith was so late that the Smiths ended up taking a family photo in an alley behind the movie theater.
Naomi Scott and Mena Massoud also joined "The Late Late Show" host James Corden for the comedy bit.
Shining, shimmering and way less creepy!
The actor revives Disney's beloved Genie, first played by Robin Williams. Beware: You can't unsee the results.
The first full-length trailer for Disney's live-action adaptation finally lets Will Smith's genie out of the lamp.
The teaser featuring a blue Smith dropped during the Grammy Awards, and people on Twitter had all the jokes.
Many people on Twitter criticized the first look of the actor's Genie on the cover of Entertainment Weekly.
But some fans don't think the live-action remake looks shining, shimmering or splendid.
The movie opens May 24, 2019.
"Can't wait for y'all to see Me BLUE," the actor who plays Genie tells fans.
“Disney [is] sending out a message that your skin colour, your identity, your life experiences amount to nothing that can’t be powdered on and washed off.”
The "Homeland" icon also talks his new movie "12 Strong" and his role on "Legion" Season 2.
It's a whole new world for "Aladdin."
"Fellow White people, it's okay to not be in literally everything."
See Cinderella, Ariel and Belle as you've never seen them before. 👑