Scott Weinger celebrated the 25th anniversary of Aladdin with an adorable throwback picture with his costar, Linda Larkin, who voiced Jasmine
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Everyone’s favorite street rat is celebrating 25 years since he first discovered a whole new world.

Scott Weinger, who voiced Aladdin in the beloved animated Disney film, marked the anniversary of the movie’s 1992 release on Saturday with an adorable throwback picture with his co-star, Linda Larkin, who originally voiced Princess Jasmine.

“Hey Princess @lindalarkinofficial can you believe #Aladdin was released 25 years ago today?” he captioned the cuddly snap. “I’d lie to you about being a prince just to fly you around the world on a Magic Carpet all over again.”

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The actress re-posted the photo on her own account and commented, “@Scottweinger (you’re) a true prince even without the magic carpet backing you up! Love you so much!”

Weinger, who is also known for portraying Steve on Full House and the Netflix reboot Fuller House, was just 17 when he provided Aladdin’s speaking voice.

The daughter of the late Robin Williams, who voiced Aladdin’s pal Genie, also paid tribute to her dad’s character on Twitter with a GIF from the movie.

“Genie turned 25 yesterday. Little brother [Cody] turns 26 today. Life is full of reminders that time passes so very fast,” Zelda Williams wrote. “Now, excuse me while I go reenact this with my baby brother’s face.”

Broadway veteran Lea Salonga, who provided Jasmine’s singing voice, was also among the original stars to pay tribute.

And a new Prince Ali is also marking the special occasion. Mena Massoud, who is set to star in the live-action remake of Aladdin, shared an Instagram photo holding a copy of the film.

“Happy 25th Anniversary boo! Crazy to think that when I was a one year-old this story of #Aladdin came to life. And now, 25 years later, I have the honor & privilege to help re-tell this magical #Disney story once again. Get cozy & give it a watch tonight peeps!” he wrote.

Guy Ritchie is directing the film with relative newcomers Massoud and Naomi Scott playing Aladdin and Jasmine, respectively.

Will Smith was tapped to play Genie, and his wife Jada Pinkett Smith gushed about her partner of over two decades on an episode of the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

“ ‘You know what, this is perfect for you because you’re always creating magic,’ ” the actress recalled telling her husband, who was in early talks to headline Disney’s live-action Aladdin since April.

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For the forthcoming remake, the fictional city of Agrabah will be created from global influences, including the Middle East, India, and even China.

Not only will the 1992 animated movie be a major influence, but the screenplay will go back to the classic Arabic folktales of One Thousand And One Nights.