Irish actor Colin Farrell was moved to tears while watching his film Saving Mr. Banks. The Phone Booth actor stars alongside Emma Thompson and Tom Hanks in the movie about how Disney classic Mary Poppins was adapted for the big screen. Farrell says Thompson's performance as Mary Poppins author P. L. Travers was so moving that he could not help shedding a tear when he watched a screening of the movie. After BBC Radio 1 presenter Nick Grimshaw revealed he cried while watching the film, Farrell confessed, "I did too and I'm in it, so how pathetic is that? I think Emma Thompson just rips you from one side of the room to the other emotionally; there's something particularly raw about what she does in this."