Sky news update: Free tickets are on offer for the new movie starring Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson due to be premiered later this month about P.L. Travers.
Walt Disney’s attempts to get P.L. Travers’ novel Mary Poppins onto the big screen has now been turned into a movie of its own with the stars of Big and Nanny McPhee taking the starring roles: Tom Hanks as Walt Disney and Emma Thompson as P.L. Travers.
Sky are offering their customers the chance to view special preview screenings at selected cinemas around the country in light of this launch and the tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
During the 1906s Disney wanted to get Travers’ novel commissioned for his company to create and release. Travers is seriously reluctant to allow Disney the chance to make her novel into a film but after twenty long years of resistance she travelled to Los Angeles to see what Disney had to offer.
The film, entitled Saving Mr. Banks details the way Disney persuaded Travers to let him make her creation into a motion picture. With her tale of the magical nanny lasting through generations to be loved by all who see it, the story of how it got to that stage has been described by Sky as “enchanting”.
As one who has a passion for Disney films at the best of times, it is safe to say that the new film incorporates everything that they try to endorse as a company: chirpy songs, humour, sweetness and everything that could draw an audience in to make them fall in love.
The only drawback with regards to these tickets is that they have to be booked before 5pm on the day of the show, but provided you are already with the company it should be straight forward enough to access the correct area as soon as possible. Seats will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis which can lead to disappointment. With Sky and Disney, customers have the chance to see a whole host of exclusive features including a brand new film from the Toy Story trilogy due to be broadcast on Hallowe’en.
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