Saving Mr. Banks (Press Conference) (17 mins)
Director John Lee Hancock, actors Emma Thompson, Tom Hanks, Colin Farrell and Ruth Wilson, producer Alison Owen and co-writer Kelly Marcel discuss the making of Saving Mr. Banks, the true story of Mary Poppins’ journey to the big screen.
Featuring Tom Hanks, Emma Thompson, John Lee Hancock
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