Following the success of Aladdin, Jasmine appears in the film's two direct-to-video sequels, in both of which Larkin reprises her role as the character, with Liz Callaway replacing Salonga as her singing voice. So I thought, 'Wow, I can be like her',"[78] while the others tend to have blond hair and blue eyes. [42] Meanwhile, The Hollywood News' Rob Burch observed that the princess is very similar to Ariel, being "independent, beautiful, and desperate for the chance to live her own life," while at the same time concealing kindness beneath "a shield of anger. The Three Bears Day Spa? Male [103] A gold belt featuring an embroidered design of Rajah's face has also been added to the costume. Portrayed by The Jungle Book: Mowgli • Kaa • Baloo • Akela • Shere Khan • Colonel Hathi • King Louie • Bandar-Log Monkey Samdi • Hansel/Jack/Nick Branson • Marcus Tremaine • Cecelia • Coven of the Eight • Madame Leota • Naveen/Drew • Blind Witch/Hilda • Gretel • Chad • Seraphina • Flora • Isla • Zorro, Once Upon a Time in Wonderland: Alice • Cyrus • Anastasia/Red Queen • Percy/White Rabbit • Edwin • Jabberwocky • Silvermist • The Sultan/The Old Prisoner • Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum • Mrs. Rabbit • Elizabeth/Lizard • Amara • Bandersnatch • Millie "[41] The character continues to be heavily discussed among feminist critics. The Nightmare Before Christmas: Jack Skellington • Sally • Lock, Shock, and Barrel • Oogie Boogie • Santa Claus [39][49] At the same time, Jasmine is depicted as being feistier than Belle and less naïve than Ariel. If you like TVLine, you'll LOVE our weekly newsletter. Finding Dory: Dory • Deb • Gurgle • Pearl • Sheldon • Tad • Gill • Bloat • Squirt • Nemo • Marlin • Jacques • Bubbles • Destiny • Bailey • Gerald • Hank • Crush • Mr. Ray Additionally, Ebert wrote that the characters "look unformed, as if even the filmmakers didn't see them as real individuals. Enchanted Tales: Aneesa • Hakeem • Sahara • Sharma Video game characters: Nasira • Bizarrah • Very Ankh-Amman Aladdin, Abu, Jasmine, Rajah In a flashback, Aladdin helps Princess Jasmine recover a secret weapon that could release Jafar's hold on the Sultan and save the city; in Storybrooke, the evil queen tricks Hook and tries to … [119] The San Francisco Chronicle's critic Mick LaSalle found Scott to be the "real star" of the film and she "thrives and gives everything to her new power anthem" that was written for the film. Tangled: Rapunzel • Flynn Rider • Stabbington Brothers • Pug Thugs • Pascal • Maximus • Mother Gothel • The King • Captain of the Guards Quote Scott gives the character a dignity and drive that makes it easier to root for her than poor old Al. [104] The costume consists of long sleeves, new shoes, full-length top concealing her midriff, high neckline,[54] and a modified hairstyle while retaining the original turquoise-blue color from the films. [29] Salonga finally began recording a demo of "A Whole New World" a few days later. [19] Six months into recording, however,[21] Larkin was forced to re-audition for the role by Disney executive Jeffrey Katzenberg,[22] who felt that the actress' voice lacked the authority required to voice a princess. Season Four: Anna • Kristoff • Hans • Grand Pabbie • Sven • Ursula the Sea Witch • Marshmallow • Little Bo Peep • The Apprentice • Ingrid • Lily Page • Colette • Oaken • King of Arendelle • Queen Gerda • Cruella De Vil • Poseidon • Duke of Weselton • Hans' Brothers • Chernabog • King Stefan • Isaac/The Author • Madeline • Merlin/The Sorcerer [19] The side used for Larkin's first audition was the scene in which Jasmine meets Aladdin in the marketplace – their first encounter. Encouraging Aladdin to pursue his father, Jasmine agrees to postpone the wedding, but can't help but worry for him during his absence. Plus, see what some of your favorite '90s stars look like now. "[161] Seventeen placed the character at number nine on a similar countdown. Henry though interrupts, to try to lay claim to his role in all of this — if he hadn’t knocked on her door years ago and forced the issue, etc. How can there be an Iago and not an Abu? In the end of the film, Jasmine becomes Agrabah's first sultana with the power to legally marry whomever she chooses. the Aladdin thread - Jafar, Jasmine, and Aladdin all have weirdly British accents. [90] Jasmine's kingdom is one of four featured in Disney Princess: Enchanted Journey (2007), which players taking on the role of their own customizable princess can explore via portals to solve various minigames and puzzles,[91] equipped with a magic wand. [40] Jasmine explores "the idea that enclosing yourself behind walls can make you more vulnerable, not less," as evidenced by the fact that the character is unprepared and knows little about money when she ventures into the marketplace for first time. Saraiya praised her personality, likening her boldness, curiosity, and skepticism of marriage to that of Belle while commending her for "falling for a completely inadequate 'street rat' and whisking him out of poverty, instead of the other way around." Prince Achmed is one of Jasmine's many suitors and the most recent until "Prince Ali" entered the picture. However, Iago manages to convince the princess that she still very much trusts Aladdin. He cares little for people he perceives to be lesser than him. Travel back in time to check out the early roles of some of Hollywood's heavy hitters. [29] With the casting of Salonga, Larkin became one of Disney's first voice actors to not provide the singing voice of the character she voices,[16] and thus Jasmine marked the first time Disney decided to separate a Princess's speaking and singing voices. For certain shows, one of our TV writers will publish some brief thoughts about the latest episode, and open the comments for readers to share theirs. Despite being mentioned, he does not physically appear until when he arrives at the palace of Agrabah where he tells the Sultan that he is to see Princess Jasmine. [143], According to The Fiscal Times, Aladdin is Disney's fourth most profitable princess film in terms of box office returns. "[135] The American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee was particularly disgruntled by the treatment of the leads characters, with Don Bustany accusing Disney of teaching "that anyone with an accent is bad. [139] Uprooting Racism: How White People Can Work for Racial Justice Ð 3rd Edition author Paul Kivel dubbed this "racial coding,"[140] a practice also believed to have been used to differentiate the good from bad characters in The Lion King (1994). [23] Larkin described Jasmine as "a very strong, well defined character from the very beginning. 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