On Sunday night, Disney sprung a supercalifragilistic surprise on Oscar viewers, releasing the first teaser for Mary Poppins Returns.
The musical film, a sequel to the 1964 classic, stars Emily Blunt in the role originated by Julie Andrews.
The 90-second preview gives audiences a quick glimpse of Blunt as the magical nanny, speaking in Andrews’s distinctive cadence as she admires herself in a mirror (a nod to a sight gag from the original film). Watch it above.
The teaser opens on 17 Cherry Tree Lane, a familiar address to anyone who’s seen Mary Poppins.
That film ended with the sight of the Banks family joyously leaving their home to fly a kite together, as Mary returned to her home in the clouds.
Twenty-five years later, that joy seems to be gone; the sky is overcast, and a discarded kite tumbles out of a trash can.
It’s the perfect time for Mary to come back to Earth — which she will, with a little help from Lin-Manuel Miranda (playing a role similar to Dick Van Dyke’s in the original film).
The teaser also gives us a look at the grownup Jane and Michael Banks, played by Ben Wishaw and Emily Mortimer.
The new film features Meryl Streep (as a character named Topsy Turvy), Julie Walters, Colin Firth, Angela Lansbury, and Dick Van Dyke in a cameo role.
The musical will feature new songs by Hairspray songwriters Marc Shaiman and Scott Whitman — some of which we hope will be included in the next trailer.
Mary Poppins Returns arrives in theatres this Christmas.
This article originally appeared on Yahoo Entertainment US.
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