Watch Emily Blunt Sing With Animated Birds in ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ | Anatomy of a Scene

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Watch Emily Blunt Sing With Animated Birds in ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ | Anatomy of a Scene
I am Rob Marshall and I’m. The director of Mary Poppins returns is London in the nursery of the Banks, family and we’re about to enter Adventure. These flowers that are coming off the bull become animated and it was very important for me to be able to include a live-action animation sequence, especially because I feel it’s in the DNA of Mary Poppins. I use my self as a barometer the entire time I was working on this phone. What would I want to see in this film and, as you see it’s all hand, drawn 2D animation the way it feels fresh? Now we haven’t seen it for a long time, and I really like the Artistry behind it. It actually cost a lot more to do this way and also was much more time-consuming. It took over a year, but it was important that we actually brought animators by Mark Addy and obviously this is Emily, Blunt and lin-manuel and are three fantastic. Kids are in this film. We haven’t hand-drawn to do uworld, but we are working through and moving through the environment in a three-dimensional way, which is something we could do now. That was a will be done in the in the sixties, and so what happens? Is the integration of that actually involves? Visual effects because we have to integrate our actors and our camera move it into the 2D world. It’S a it’s a way to keep it fluid and feel like we’re inside the invite. Instead of sitting apart from it Sandeep hours, you’ll see she Hazard, costume designer who made this decision to hand-paint all the costumes to more specifically integrate the clothes into the 2D world. So, for instance, if you look at Emily Blunt dress, which is all tiered, there’s no tears one flat piece of material that literally is painted on, like there are tears same with the ties and with the buttons call Ann in an effort to make it feel like They’Re part of the 2D world call The Royal Doulton Music Hall by Marc shaiman Scott Wittman, and what was incredible was we had to work to create so many layers that were part of this process? We started with just sketches from are animators who worked from starting from Disney Animation, but then it moved into storyboarding and then into pre-visualization, which is really just a video version of the storyboards come to life. This fire actually with the hummingbird’s, was the first thing we tested to see how it would work, how we could integrate these two worlds. Mystikal Robinson
The Banks children go on adventure that takes them inside of a ceramic bowl and into an animated countryside, in this fanciful scene from the new Disney sequel “Mary Poppins Returns.”

The film’s director Rob Marshall narrates a closer look at the sequence, which features Emily Blunt as the titular nanny and Lin-Manuel Miranda as the lamplighter friend of the family, Jack. Here, Marshall discusses how animators were brought out of retirement to work on the 2-D animation.

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