The Low Down Dick Van Dyke Is Still Dancing And Looks The Same As Ever In “Mary Poppins Returns” Trailer Published 5 months ago on Oct 2, 2018 By Will Gardner Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! The new trailer for Disney’s Mary Poppins Returns has been released and everyone is excited, especially once we saw Dick Van Dyke appear for a quick second. Now 92 years old, fans are amazed that Van Dyke looks exactly like he did in the original Mary Poppins— filmed over 50 years ago. The Original Film Fans of the 1964 Mary Poppins might remember Dick Van Dyke as the young, jack-of-all-trades Bert, who serves as a companion to Mary Poppins. In 1964, Van Dyke was the king of physical comedy, but he wasn’t afraid to perform any role, even if it meant he would play an older man. Walt Disney Pictures via Variety Playing Mr. Dawes Sr. Dick Van Dyke requested to play the role of Mr. Dawes Sr. in the original film—at no extra cost! When he read the script, he immediately “saw myself doing that character.” Mr. Dawes Sr. is the director of London’s main financial center, and he is compared to Charles Dickens’ famous Ebenezer Scrooge. Van Dyke comedically transformed himself into an elderly man back in 1964. But now, 50 years later, he looks exactly the same. comicbook.com He’s Still Dancing! The new trailer for Mary Poppins Returns briefly shows Dick Van Dyke dancing on a desk. If you remember from the first film, Mr. Dawes Sr. died at the end from laughing too hard. To be consistent, Van Dyke is portraying his son, who would now be an elderly man himself. Newsneednews.com An Uncanny Resemblance Since the new trailer was released, fans have been amazed at the uncanny resemblance between Dick Van Dyke’s appearance in the new film and the original film over 50 years ago. It was almost like Disney had a glass ball and could view the future— knowing exactly how Van Dyke would look in 2018. YouTube via Country Living A Stunning Sequel Dick Van Dyke was happy to reprise his role in the upcoming Mary Poppins Returns. He joins Emily Blunt, Colin Firth, Lin Manuel-Miranda, Angela Lansbury, and Meryl Streep. There’s only one missing person in the cast: the original Mary Poppins, Julie Andrews. Get ready to take your spoonful of sugar as Mary Poppins Returns hits theaters on December 19. ET Online UP NEXT Ellen Pompeo Leaving ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Following... Related Topics:castingDick Van DykedisneyMary PoppinsResemblancesequel Up Next The Trailer For Season Two Of “The Sinner” Is Even Crazier Than The First Season Don't Miss Are Nicki Minaj and Cardi B Still Feuding? 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