Mary Poppins Returns draws its inspiration from the follow up novels Travers penned following the original 1934 book.
And as you can see, this reboot is actually a sequel rather than a copy-cat of the original film.
The sequel to the classic 1964 film brings Poppins, played this time around by Emily Blunt, back into the lives of the Banks children, Michael (Ben Winshaw) and Jane (Emily Mortimer).
She reveals that she came to "look after the Banks children" - which apparently means both Michael and Jane as well as their own children.
What do you think of the new trailer and poster for Mary Poppins Returns? "I don't want it to be, 'Oh, here comes that Mary Poppins.' I don't want that.' I really want her to take this and run with it, because she will be brilliant", Marshall explained.
The trailer ends with Blunt saying "Off we go" before falling backwards into a bubble bath.
Another Twitter user wrote: 'So happy to see Dick Van Dyke is back again and playing the same character in the first Mary Poppins movie!'
"I have to say, though, in my hometown, in my community, I was very aware of bias and bigotry, and couldn't understand it", Andrews continued.
Rob Marshall, from "Into the Woods" and "Chicago" will direct the film, and David Magee wrote the screenplay, according to Variety. The film also features a musical score by Marc Shaiman, with all new original songs with music by Shaiman and lyrics by Scott Wittman and Shaiman.
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