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First SAVING MR. BANKS Poster

July 26, 2013
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It's incredible to think that a film hasn't been made about Walt Disney's incredible legacy until now. And who better to play him than two time Academy Award winner Tom Hanks. The first poster has been released for the film titled "Saving Mr. Banks", which also stars Emma Thompson, Paul Giamatti, Jason Schwartzman and Colin Farrell.

Thompson and Hanks are the main focus of the story, as Thompson portrays P.L. Travers, the author of "Mary Poppins". Disney relentlessly tries to convince Travers of the magic and charm he would bring to the big-screen if he was able to obtain the rights to her book, but Travers uncompromising put him through the ringer. The story unfolds and deepens and we know the eventual and optimistic fate of how it ends.

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"Saving Mr. Banks" releases in AMC Theatres on December 20th.

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