Disney is going to great lengths to undo its former sins with progressive new remakes flooding the box office, but it may be too little too late. The New York Times' Aisha Harris finds the real solution.

It's 2019, and Princess Jasmine doesn't want to be a princess any longer. In the Guy Ritchie-directed "Aladdin," Disney's latest live-action remake of one of its animated hits, Jasmine (Naomi Scott) has her sights set on succeeding her father as the sultan of Agrabah.

But she's a woman, and her father won't consider her for the job. It's against tradition.

Cue the Broadway-style

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