“Aladdin” is Officially Will Smith’s Highest-Grossing Movie

Mena Massoud and Will Smith in "Aladdin" (2019). Photo by Daniel Smith/Disney/Kobal/REX/Shutterstock (10247283ab)

Aladdin is officially Will Smith’s biggest movie ever. 

The 50-year-old actor took to Instagram to thank his worldwide fans for making the remake of the 1992 animated classic his personal best. 

Aladdin, which has grossed more than $875 million worldwide, overtook the no. 1 spot from previous title holder, 1996’s Independence Day, to become Smith’s highest-grossing movie of his career.

“This is a post that I’m just humbled and honored to make right now….To be in this game as long as I’ve been in this game and to have my biggest movie at this point of my career, I just want to say thank you,” shared the actor, before proceeding to offer his thanks in more than dozen different languages. “Just thank you, everybody, around the world, thank you, thank you. Who I miss?”

You can see Smith next in Gemini Man, set to debut in October, and in the highly anticipated Bad Boys for Life, out in January.