The childhood classic that is Aladdin won't be returning to the screen in any shape or form for quite some time it seems, if ever. It's emerged that Robin Williams left strict instructions in his will that Disney could not use his Genie outtakes in any future films, putting a halt to plans to make another installment of the popular animated movie.

It's not that he wanted to deprive the world of Genie however, it was to prevent punitive financial punishment this would cause his children, due to complicated tax rules on posthumous earnings.

However, there is a 25-year limitation, so we may just get another Aladdin movie some day, just not until at least 2039. Although we kind of just hope they respect his wishes and leave Genie with Robin in the fond place they hold in our memories.