Disney will shoot the sequel to "Mary Poppins"
The Disney Studio will make the continuation of the legendary musical "Mary Poppins", filmed in 1964. Most likely, the Director of the film will be Rob Marshall, famous for the film "pirates of the Caribbean: On stranger tides".
The Disney Studio continued to rent modern versions of all your favorite masterpieces. Thus, the company had already shot the film on his own animated hits such as "Cinderella" and "Alice in Wonderland". Now the company has announced that it will film the sequel to the famous musical "Mary Poppins" 1964, informs Variety. The new picture will unfold in London, 20 years after the events in the first movie.
In the scenario will form multiple novels and short stories by English writer Pamela Travers, who came out after her book "Mary Poppins". According to unofficial data, the Director of the sequel will perform Rob Marshall, famous for the films "pirates of the Caribbean: On stranger tides", "the farther into the forest" and "memoirs of a geisha".
The unique painting was the story of a babysitter who came to work in the unhappy family of the banker on the eve of the Second world war. The tape was a huge success, collecting the rent, about $ 100 million and earned 5 Academy awards. Namely, 1 out of award-actress Julie Andrews for best actress.
1st tale of a magical nanny, flying with umbrella, Travers published in 1934. In 1935 came the story of "Mary Poppins comes back", and in 1943 the writer has published a third book, "Mary Poppins opens the door".