Yondu Replaces Mary Poppins In Spoof Video


With the trailer for Disney’s Mary Poppins Returns dropping a couple days ago during the Oscars, of course the internet had to take it and alter it in their own special way. Posted on the Youtube account MemeDetective, a video replaces the the lovely Mary Poppins, with the more verbose Yondu, from Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy. The short video, which you can check out right above this paragraph, has Yondu floating down on the kite, yelling “I’m Mary Poppins y’all.” as taken from a scene in Guardians of the Galaxy 2.

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And yes, Yondu as Star-Lord said in the film, Mary Poppins is cool. Though the video was short, it was still a fun crossover, and really one that was destined to be made at some point with the scene in Guardians 2. Stuff like this is what the internet is best for, at least as far for us movie fans.

Yondu was a character that took me a minute to get used to, with his thick southern accent, he didn’t seem like he belonged in the Guardians world at first, but that quickly changed. Michael Rooker was once widely known as Merle on The Walking Dead, but now he is, and will forever be Yondu Udonta.

Do you think Yondu could be as good a role model to children as Mary Poppins? Let us know in the comments down below!

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Source: Meme Detective

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