Attention all cinephiles!
E! News has the exclusive preview of Saving Mr. Banks, the highly anticipated story behind the making of P.L. Travers' Mary Poppins.
The three men are seen singing a musical number for Travers, who immediately shows her disapproval for the song.
Thompson questions why the men have made up a word in the lyrics to the joyful tune which prompts Novak to hide the sheet music for several other songs that they had planned to perform for her.
The audience sees that one of the songs in question was none other than the now-famous, "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious."
Tom Hanks plays Walt Disney in the forthcoming flick, who runs into major hurdles with Travers throughout the making of the film.
Of course, as we all know, everything works out just fine in the end.
In addition to Hanks and Thompson, the movie also stars Colin Farrell, Paul Giamatti, Rachel Griffiths and Kathy Baker.
Hanks revealed to E! News over the summer that he took the role rather seriously and did some extensive research before he stepped into Disney's shoes.
Hanks explained, "I went up to the Disney Family Museum at the Presidio in San Francisco. At first, I just went up to meet Diane Disney, who is Walt's daughter, and some of the staff up there, but then they invited me back up again on a day it was closed.
"They just opened up all the exhibits to me, and I saw every piece of film and heard every piece of audio," he continued. "I also have like 39 hours of informal interviews. It's one thing to see him when he talks on TV, but another thing to get him when he's just having a conversation."
Saving Mr. Banks will be given a limited theatrical release beginning Dec. 13 before going wide on Dec. 20.