Disney's live-action adaptation of Aladdin has several key differences from the original animated tale of a thief with a heart of gold. Obviously, the Guy Ritchie-directed reboot has to make a few changes to account for the fact that it's no longer animated, but thankfully, much of the story remains the same. Of all the things that are different - which includes updated musical numbers, a more involved arc for Jasmine, and new characters - one of the most interesting changes is the upgrade in Genie's story.
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For those who haven't watched the 1992 film in a long while, here's a bit of a refresher: When Aladdin finds Genie in the lamp, he explains that he's been in there for 10,000 years and has never been freed by any master. Aladdin promises to