Hay Day for Mary Poppins Returns’ Fans! The musical adventure is again in the town to entertain its admirers. A new teaser has been released for the forthcoming movie. And here in the new trailer, Mary Poppins. The caring nanny is as enchanting as she always was. She is back around you with her signature umbrella and peculiar hat. She uses her phenomenal magic tricks and specific self-control to handle the chaotic, yet ill-fated Banks children.
This year’s Oscars revealed the come-back of the musical extravaganza. The show made headlines with a brief prevues featuring Emily Blunt as Mary Poppins. Now the musical freaks are cheering. As the new trailer for Mary Poppins Returns offers a lot about the sequel. The new teaser introduces the graceful Mary along with the old Dick van Dyke.
Rob Marshall’s continuation of the 60’s musical classic brings Mary Poppins (Emily Blunt) again in the saga. In addition to, this Emily Blunt is extremely thrilled to reprise her role.
What Emily Blunt Has To Say
She considers that the infamous nanny is returning, quite thankfully, at the perfect time. She said,
“The world is fragile right now, and people need a film like this.”
True, we undoubtedly need a break from all the pessimistic elements around, on screen and off-screen both. Hence, we would not be surprised if eventually everyone turns up in cinemas to watch Mary Poppins Returns.
The Music In Mary Poppins Returns
According to the recently released new teaser, this predictable musical follow-up features original and fresh songs by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman. These Tony Award-winners, under their melodious notes, will consequently add to the brand identity. The new trailer presents Emily Blunt singing in her fresh voice, “Can You Imagine That?”. We can also now tap on the instrumental beats of “Chim Chim Cher-ee” and “Jolly Holiday,” from Mary Poppins Returns. These songs were nascent to the 1964’s (Julie Andrew’s) Mary Poppins.
New Teaser Teases A New Plot
In the sequel, the nanny returns after 20 years to the Banks children —to save Jane and Michael’s lives. She is back on Cherry Tree Lane to her grown-up Banks kids (Emily Mortimer and Ben Whishaw), and their kids. These bankers had suffered from a catastrophe during nanny’s absence. Mary (Emily Blunt), therefore, takes support from the lamplighter Jack (Lin-Manuel Miranda). All this to bring shape and happiness into the lives of Michael’s children.
The new trailer depicts Emily Blunt, the picture-perfect nanny with all her magical charm has the talent to transform any conventional surroundings and chores into an entrancing adventure. She can do this job with the help of her friend Jack, a sanguine street lamplighter. Jack’s job is to bring vitality and light to the streets of London.
This promising flick is a wholesome Christmas treat. And it will be out in cinemas on 25th December.