Mary Poppins

Emily Blunt takes on the role of Mary Poppins in "Mary Poppins Returns”, the sequel to the 1964 Walt Disney classic starring Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke. Based on the original eight "Poppins" novels by author P.L. Travers, the film had its’ world premiere in Los Angeles. Set twenty years after the original film, Poppins returns to the Banks children, who have become jaded adults.
'The Place Where Lost Things Are' and 'Trip A Little Light Fantastic' are now available to listen to online.
Well this looks supercalafraga... good, it looks good.
The British agent wasn’t pleased that Jim from the U.S. version of “The Office” was married to Mary Poppins.
Meeting the “Mary Poppins” and “Sound of Music” icon was “a dream come true,” he gushed.
Something has gone horribly, horribly wrong with the system
Just when we’ve come to terms with the CGI-infested, Jar Jar Binks-laden Phantom Menace, we’re treated to the equally disappointing
life less ordinary banner Despite a stint as Elsa from Frozen at Christmas, I've always been known as Mary Poppins. I wear the outfit - it seemed only right that I dress up as her and I know all her songs after all. I mimic her accent and her quips. "Now, now we are not a cod fish," is my favourite. Mary is a great leveller for a group of rowdy Daddies at a Christmas party I can tell you! When I pick my daughter up from school she has got quite used to other children pointing at me and saying "Look! There's Mary Poppins!", as has my poor husband.