The film, slated to hit the screens during the Christmas next year, is a sequel to the original 1964 movie about a magical English nanny.
Scenes showed Mary Poppins floating from the skies holding a kite, pulling an umbrella out of her magic bottomless bag and riding in a auto with lamplighter Jack (Lin-Manuel Miranda) in a part-animated sequence echoing the original film. "This is living in that world with a foot in the past and a foot in the future and telling that story".
It is then that Emily Blunt's Mary Poppins returns to their lives, and from there the adventures begin, with supporting cast and characters including Lamplighter Jack (Lin-Manuel Miranda); Topsy, Mary's cousin (Meryl Streep); and Hollywood greats Angela Lansbury as a balloon seller, and Dick van Dyke returning as the bank chairman.
"Star Wars" fans did get a morsel of footage in a behind-the-scenes featurette from the upcoming space saga and a lively panel with the film's writer-director Rian Johnson and a few of the film's stars.
Winfrey said she had not read the book when DuVernay approached her about playing Mrs.
Emily Blunt takes on the titular role that Julie Andrews embodied in the 1964 original. I think she is a little more sort of acerbic and odd and vain and weird in the books.
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He had met the 34-year-old in the expectation that a verbally agreed free transfer from Juventus was about to be completed. Playing for a big club like Chelsea is already good enough incentive for most players.
Disney also revealed an animated poster of Blunt's incarnation of Mary Poppins, which shows her posing in front of the London skyline.
The teaser was super-well received by those lucky enough to see it-and we can't wait to see the full thing ourselves.
"Finn is about to have a formidable opponent", Boyega added, as he sauntered over to Christie to size her up.
"The Last Jedi" blasts into theaters December 15, or, as Disney Chairman Alan Horn said, 153 days from now. Horn merely said that he'll have more to share soon.
As thousands of Disney fans packed the exhibition hall at the Anaheim Convention Centre on the weekend, they were treated to a passing parade of Jedi knights, superheroes, teasers and tidbits from upcoming blockbusters.