One of the most feverishly debated questions within the online Marvel Cinematic Universe is which version of Chris Evans’ Captain America is best. You either side with the original, all-American, clean-shaven Cap or the more rugged, bearded Cap who has definitely seen some things – there is no in-between.
“Mary Poppins” is renowned for its iconic and award-winning soundtrack, written by Disney Legends Richard and Robert Sherman. The brothers pushed their limits, inventing words and tongue twisters to bring the story to life.
Decades later, Walt Disney Studios is tasked with concocting a follow-up soundtrack for the sequel “Mary Poppins Returns” – and it exceeds all expectations.
There’s a lot of intrigue surrounding the upcoming Disney live-action sequel “Mary Poppins Returns,” including veteran actor Dick Van Dyke. In the original film, Van Dyke portrays Bert, a jack of all trades, from street artist to chimney sweep.
This go-around, he’s reprising a much smaller character – and it’s making people cry.
“Mary Poppins” is a treasured film, one that has been lovingly passed down from generation to generation. A healthy part of its charm lies in Julie Andrews’ unforgettable portrayal of the enigmatic English nanny.
Disney’s Thanksgiving movie release this year is “Ralph Breaks the Internet,” a sequel to the splashy 2012 video game-themed film about unlikely friendships that wrecked the hearts of many.
This fall, those beloved characters will be thrust into the world wide web when the arcade introduces WiFi for a story that will resonate with viewers of all ages – especially for the Internet aficionado.