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Mary Poppins Returns motion poster shows Emily Blunt in action

The first teaser for Mary Poppins Returns is here, and though short, it sure is sweet.

Disney might be rebooting almost every favourite kid’s film under the sun right now, but there’s none more exciting than the latest iteration of Mary Poppins – and that might be because people can totally get on board with Emily Blunt taking on the role of Ms Poppins herself. 384 more words


The Lobster: A Movie Review

Newly divorced, David is arrested and transferred to the Hotel where he has 45 days to find a matching mate. If he fails, he will be turned into an animal of his choice for the chance to find love in the Woods. 223 more words

Movie Review

Miniseries: London Spy (2016)

The collocation of the words “London” and “spy” suggests a stylish thriller with a lot of umbrellas and conversations in St James’s Park. At the very least, some gritty leather jackets and terrorist-thwarting à la “Spooks.” Not, say, a self-pitying club kid and an irritating naïveté. 403 more words

The Hour (2011-2012)

Plot: “A behind-the-scenes drama and espionage thriller in Cold War-era England that centers on a journalist, a producer, and an anchorman for an investigative news programme.” (imdb.com) 516 more words


Nadav Kander photographs actor Ben Whishaw for the Almeida Theatre

In August, the Almeida Theatre in London will begin previews of Against, marking the play’s world premiere. The premise: “Silicon Valley. The future. A rocket launches. 67 more words

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Get Your First Look at Emily Blunt in 'Mary Poppins Returns'

Through Entertainment Weekly, Disney has released the first official look at Mary Poppins Returns. The sequel (thank goodness it’s not a reboot/remake) is directed by Rob Marshall ( 361 more words



EW has released some new photos for Walt Disney Pictures upcoming sequel, MARY POPPINS RETURNS, featuring Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda!

Also starring Ben Whishaw, Emily Mortimer, Julie Walters, Colin Firth, Meryl Streep, Dick Van Dyke as Mr. 224 more words