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Banks' is the story of how 'Mary Poppins' was put to film in 1964 by Walt Disney, thirty years after P. It has been directed by John Lee Hancock ('Snow White and the Huntsman', 'A Perfect World', 'The Blind Side') and written by Kelly Marcel ('Terra Nova') and Sue Smith ('My Brother Jack', 'Peaches') and it is set to hit UK cinemas on January 17th 2014. Banks - Movie Review We love the Tom Hanks Walt Disney picture, it’s not quite the transformation we expected – we can still see Hanks in it – but it has certainly whetted the appetite for Saving Mr Banks: the upcoming biographical drama about the production of the popular Walt Disney film Mary Poppins. Her struggle, which stems from Disney’s desire to adapt her novel, is a central plot point from the film.The movie boasts a stellar cast, which also includes Jason Schwartzman and Bill Murray.