“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.
As soon as I saw Emily Blunt was playing the lead in “Mary Poppins Returns,” I was worried that no one could ever do Julie Andrews’ original version of the character justice. My worries were completely washed away as soon as I saw Blunt in action. I barely questioned for a moment that this was truly Mary Poppins.
Disney released the official trailer for “Mary Poppins Returns” this morning on “Good Morning, America,” and from the looks of it, this new tale seems to have just as much magic as the original.
Disney has launched a new #DreamBigPrincess global video series offering the next generation of young leaders advice and inspiration on how to achieve success.
Disney has released a small promo clip of Emily Blunt and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson to promote their upcoming film, “Jungle Cruise,” in theaters October 2019.