Growing up, Mary Poppins was one my all time favorite films. The Disney classic saw Julie Andrews play the titular role of the magical nanny, who I wished was my babysitter whenever my parents were away.
When it was first announced that Disney was planning a sequel, I was certain it wouldn't be as grand, as the leading actress would have big shoes to fill.
But, when the first photo of the cast was released back in January, I couldn't help but think Emily Blunt had an uncanny resemblance to the iconic Andrews.
Featuring Lin-Manuel Miranda as Jack (who was formerly played by the legendary Dick Van Dyke), my skepticism slowly ebbed away.
Now, the first trailer of the highly anticipated film has been released, and my newfound opinion has firmly been cemented.