The film, which premiered worldwide in cinemas in May, was partly filmed in the kingdomâ€™s Wadi Rum desert.
The location has previously served as a backdrop for films like Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016), The Martian (2015), Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (2009) and the all-time classic, Lawrence of Arabia (1962).
Aladdin, which was made in conjunction with Jordanâ€™s Royal Film Commission, created 150 local jobs and took more than $150 million dollars in its first eight days at the North American box office.
As of Friday, June 7th the 2019 US remake had made $214.9 million domestically and $508 million worldwide, according to Forbes.
The hope of Jordanâ€™s Film Commission is that the movie continues to work its magic and encourage other filmmakers to produce their next project in the region.
Ahead of the filmâ€™s release, the cast made a public appearance in the Jordanian capital Amman to discuss the movieâ€™s making.
GUY RITCHIE: THE PERFECT SETTING FOR STORYTELLING
Whilst the new Aladdin release could be considered something of a departure from Guy Ritchieâ€™s trademark neo-noir productions like Sherlock Holmes (2009), and gangster movies like Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1998), the movie bears its fair share of grit and fast-paced chases.
For the parts filmed in Wadi Rum, the British director said the landscaped matched the cinematic aesthetic he had in mind.
â€œItâ€™s funny, because it (Wadi Rum) is almost built into the psyche of most film directors,â€ he told Euronews.
Contributing to Jordanâ€™s developing film industry story was a humbling experience for Ritchie, especially when charged with remaking the much-loved animated Aladdin film of 1992.
According to the director, his key objective was to retain the filmâ€™s original essence whilst adding a contemporary touch, to please todayâ€™s young audience.
â€œI suppose the biggest challenge was making sure that you fused the old and the new,â€ he said, â€œThat you didnâ€™t disturb the nostalgia of the first film, yet embellished it with applicable character evolution.â€