After a brief but eerie teaser for A Quiet Place Part II before Christmas, we've now got a full, pant-wettingly frightening trailer for the anticipated horror sequel.
Taking a cue from "The African Queen" and the iconic Disneyland attraction, the new movie finds The Rock and Blunt matching wits amid a rollicking adventure.
A Quiet Place: Part II has wrapped filming, and to mark the occasion, director John Krasinski has posted a shot of he and his leading lady/wife heading off into the sunset.
Scott Wittman, who co-wrote the 'Mary Poppins Returns' soundtrack with Marc Shaiman, shares how the film's songs - including 'The Place Where Lost Things Go' - came together.
Like The Doctor, Mary only appears at times of crisis, she carries a bag that is bigger on the inside than the outside, occasionally wears a bow tie, and can converse with animals.
Dick Van Dyke so wanted to play two roles in Mary Poppins that he paid Walt Disney for the privilege. Van Dyke was already signed up to play Bert the chimney sweep in the classic children’s fantasy movie, but he also wanted to play the role of the doddering Mr Dawes Sr, the tyrannical boss of David Tomlinson’s George Banks at the Dawes Tomes Mousley Grubbs Fidelity Fiduciary Bank. In a televised interview on ABC with Lin-Manuel Miranda, who stars in the forthcoming Mary Poppins Returns, Van Dyke revealed: “When they made me up as the old man in [the original movie], I had to go to go to Walt and ask him for the part, he didn’t give it to me.
Find out how Rob Marshall, Emily Blunt, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Dick van Dyke, and Ben Whishaw are teaming up to make the sequel to the most practically perfect movie of all time.
Here we have the first look at the new Mary Poppins – with Emily Blunt as the magical nanny, and Lin-Manuel Miranda as her lamp-lighting chum Jack.
Old fashioned Routemasters and handsome old sports cars took over the streets around the Royal Exchange over the weekend, filming scenes of the Mary Poppins sequel. Emily Blunt, taking over the role of Poppins from the legendary Julie Andrews, was on-set for the scenes in the City of London. Both the Bank of England and the Royal Exchange were also locations featured in the first movie, made in 1964 with Andrews and Dick van Dyke, while this movie is set 25 years later, in 1935, during the Great Depression. Saw #MaryPoppins being filmed today in London! pic.twitter.com/ceARQUUjHS
Production is currently underway on ‘Mary Poppins Returns,’ a belated sequel to the 1964 classic, and now Disney have released the first image of new leading lady Emily Blunt, taking over from Julie Andrews in the title role. “‘Mary Poppins Returns’ is set in 1930s depression-era London (the time period of the original novels) and is drawn from the wealth of material in PL Travers’ additional seven books.