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Saturday, December 31st 2005, 8:56pm

"Mary Poppins" neu von S. Spielberg

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IMDB News:

In a reported production move that seems on its face as implausible as flying with the aid of an umbrella, Steven Spielberg is planning to bring back Mary Poppins to the screen, using the cast from the current stage hit in London, the London Daily Mail reported today (Friday), citing Richard Eyre, who directed the show and is bringing it to Broadway in the fall. The West End Poppins uses much of the same script and virtually all of the music as the movie and was co-produced by Thomas Schumacher, president of Disney Theatrical Productions and British stage impresario Cameron Macintosh. "I would hope to use as much of the West End cast as possible and keep Mary English rather than have the role go to a big American star name," Eyre told the newspaper. Laura-Michelle Kelly performed the title role on stage that was originally played by Julie Andrews in the 1964 Disney movie. She received lavish praise from theater critics -- as well as from Andrews herself, when she attended the theatrical production last March.


Steven Spielberg bringt "Mary Poppins" neu auf die Leinwand mit der aktuellen Londoner Bühnenbesetzung...ich weiß noch nicht im geringsten was dabei rauskommen soll, aber es sollte wert sein, beobachtet zu werden ;)
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Date of registration: Mar 3rd 2004

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Location: Region Stuttgart

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Wednesday, January 4th 2006, 10:23pm

Wie jetzt in dem IMDb News zu lesen ist dementiert S. Spielberg die Gerüchte.

Seine Sprecherin sagte, sie habe niemals von so etwas gehört, und sie könne sich auch nicht vorstellen, daß Steven jemals ein Remake eines Klassikers machen würde, schon gar nicht eines "Walt Disney" Klassikers.

Nunja man soll ja niemals nie sagen und ein allzuheftiges Dementi kann man manchmal auch direkt als Bestätigung verstehn ;)
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