We spent a day wandering the London sets and meeting the cast and crew for some exclusive intel on the anticipated Disney sequel.
Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda's 'Mary Poppins Returns' gets a supercalifragilistic new trailer
Mackenzie Davis and Charlize Theron think "Tully" has more in common with the Denzel Washington cop thriller "Training Day" than with the 1964 musical "Mary Poppins."
Mary Poppins Returns director Rob Marshall and star Emily Blunt took to the stage at Disney’s D23 Expo in Anaheim Saturday where they shared the film’s first trailer and some tidbits about the sequel, including the fact that it’s set 25 years after the original 1964 classic. Given that Blunt is only a few years older than Julie Andrews was when she took on the iconic role of a flying nanny who saves a British family in turmoil, this got us thinking: Is Mary Poppins immortal? “She is ageless,” confirmed Marshall (Chicago) on a more earnest note.
Character appears to have a somewhat modernized look, yet there are obvious callbacks to her 1964 version too