In 1990, Roman Polanski gave an interview, in which he said Producer Claude Berri wanted him to direct.See more » The lavender fields are clearly Lavendula intermedia, natural hybrid of Lavendula angustifolia (the true lavender used in perfumery) and Lavendula latifolia.

The drama is based on the best-selling book of the same name, which was written by former Arts Editor of the In a statement T Davies said: "It’s a dream come true, to work with Ben.

One of Britain’s finest actors playing one of history’s most fascinating men.

On Sunday, the 34-year-old actress was spotted shooting for a third day, as she took to the streets of central London in a red 1930s-inspired tailored jacket and coordinating midi skirt.

The waist-cinching look featured a zigzag print and chic caplet as she took to the scene with gusto and no doubt a spoonful of sugar.

The magical nanny seemingly hadn’t aged a day as she appeared in her latest incarnation, played by Emily Blunt.

The actress looked practically perfect as she strode around London in a 1930s-style jacket and skirt, blue shoes, and of course, with her all-important umbrella.

See more » Tarentelle (Traditional) Performed by Saboï and its Members Asta Coulomb, Christian Coulomb, Sebastien Coulomb, François Hecquet, Bertrand Mercier, Nicolas Pillard, Edo Pols, Jocelyn Raulet, Simon Staelens, Remi Tran-No By arrangement: Christian Coulomb See more » I just read the book last week and watched the movie yesterday. The only "negative" thing I can say about that, is that in the book he is described as an ugly person, but Ben Wishow is not ugly. So, all in all I have to say, that the movie isn't as good as the book (which is mostly the case), but although I think that it is a really good made movie.

It may have been 53 years since the last film, but for Mary Poppins, that’s merely a step in time.

But while Mary Poppins hasn’t aged in the latest film, her two favourite charges Jane and Michael Banks – now played by Ben Wishaw and Emily Mortimer – are all grown up.