The film Mary Poppins Returns, a late sequel to the classic from the sixties.
Emily Blunt perfected her accent for Mary Poppins Returns by a combination of British princess Margaret and actress Rosalind Russell in the movie His Girl Friday from 1940.
The film Mary Poppins Returns, a late sequel to the classic from the sixties, gets everywhere, rave reviews and seems to be one of the great kersthits of this year.
In the new version of Mary Poppins, the famous nanny “brighter, ijdeler and weird”. That told her interpreter Emily Blunt earlier. Mary’s going to look more like the character from the books on which the movie from 1964 is based, says the actress.
During a movie presentation of Disney California Anaheim Emily remembered how, after the role had been given about fifteen minutes to the original film looked. When she had ‘m off. “Because it is simply impossible to Julie Andrew to outperform. So I had to find my own Mary Poppins.”