Last week, news broke that original "Mary Poppins" stars Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke were being courted for cameos in Disney's upcoming sequel, "Mary Poppins Returns." But it seems that no one has approached Van Dyke about the possibility...Show More Summary
The original Mary Poppins may be popping up in Disney's upcoming sequel, "Mary Poppins Returns," and she could be bringing another familiar face, too. E! News reports that none other than Julie Andrews, who originated the part of the magical nanny in the 1964 Disney musical, will have a cameo in this new film, too. Show More Summary
No word yet as to whether or not McDonalds is jealous.
A video of the living legend singing "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" at a Denny's with his a capella group has taken the Internet by storm
After making an appearance on “Good Day LA” to promote his new book Keep Moving and upcoming concert, the great Dick Van Dyke and the Vantastix, sang a brilliant impromptu a cappella version of the eponymous title song from the 1968 film “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang” for a very surprised and appreciative audience at the […]
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He's still got it!
If you need a break from politics, here's Dick Van Dyke and his acapella group the Vantastix giving an impromptu performance Friday of the title song from his 1968 movie Chitty Chitty Bang Bang at a Denny's restaurant in Santa Monica, California. The 90-year-old song and dance man wrote on Facebook, "Breakfast at Denny's with a side of grits makes me want to sing!"
Dick van Dyke is part of an a cappella group called The Vantastix. [ more › ]
Last week while dining at Denny's in Santa Monica, Dick Van Dyke and his a cappella Vantastix buddies broke out into song. Although not quite a flash mob, it was a surprise performance of the song "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" for the lucky...Show More Summary
Sing like everyone is watching Celebrities — they’re just like us! Except that they're rich, and beautiful, and have amazing voices which they sometimes use to belt out tunes in the middle of restaurants. I was once dining in the lounge...Show More Summary
We'll have what he's having.
Dick Van Dyke is one of the greatest living humans. This is a simple fact of life that we've all come to terms with. That doesn't mean he can't still become even more awesome.
Everyone loves a good song with their pancakes. Hollywood legend Dick van Dyke stopped by a Denny's in Santa Monica, California, for a little breakfast and light entertainment. The 90-year-old entertainer and his a cappella group, The...Show More Summary
Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke are rumored to return in different roles for the upcoming Disney sequel Mary Poppins Returns.
Cool news! It is being reported that Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke are going to make appearances in the upcoming Mary Poppins sequel! Mary Poppins Returns is set to star Emily Blunt as the title character while Lin-Manuel Miranda will play a Bert-like character. Meryl Streep will be playing the title nanny’s cousin Topsy. [...]
Garry Marshall, a giant of TV comedy whose long list of credits include such landmark series as Happy Days, The Odd Couple and The Dick Van Dyke Show. has died. He was 81. He also helmed 18 feature films including Pretty Woman, and had acting credits dating to the 1960s. Show More Summary
Garry Marshall, legendary film and television director, died today at 81. The director had a long and storied career, dating back to his days as a comedy writer on The Tonight Show with Jack Paar, the Dick Van Dyke Show in the early ‘60s. He became famous, however, for his ... More »
The first thing you see in Mark A. Thomas' apartment is the Roland digital piano. It's big and black, and you have to dance around it, as Dick Van Dyke did with that pesky ottoman, to get into the living room without tripping over it. Photo by Nancy A. Show More Summary
Dick Van Dyke and Julie Andrews practice their Jolly Holiday dance number during the making of the classic Disney film! Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here, taking a quick break from the so far outstanding Netflix Original Series STRANGER THINGS to bring you today's BTS pic. Show More Summary