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Mary Poppins

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* Sigh *

Another day, another remake. E! News has learned that Disney is bringing Mary Poppins back to the big screen. No, she isn't leaving the infamous Disney vault. The magical nanny will come back to life in a new, original, live-action adaptation that will be directed by Into the Woods' Rob Marshall.

The updated version will take place during the 1920s Depression era in London, which is about 20 years after Disney's classic Mary Poppins starring Julie Andrews. While the Disney classic focused on the first installment of author P.L. Travers' eight-book series, this movie, which is not a sequel, will focus on Mary's further adventures with the Banks family.

But you can't just bring a classic film back to life without some serious backlash. Twitter is absolutely pissed about the idea of Disney messing with Andrews' famous character. People were furious about Jumanji, but those people had nothing on what's being said about Disney's billionth live-action film. Haven't the people in Burbank, Calif., ever heard the expression, "Don't fix what isn't broken"??

Here is what the Twittersphere has to say:

The chosen director couldn't walk away unscathed.

Why #JusticeForJulie hasn't started to trend yet is beyond us.

Or maybe this new movie has an entirely different plot altogether.

Watch the video above to hear about another Disney live-action remake.