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Photos: HamilFilm Promo and Screencaptures

[ Written on July 13 2020 by Francesca ]

We added in our Gallery all the beautiful promotional stills of the Hamilton movie with Lin-Manuel Miranda and tons of screencaptures.

Enjoy!

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News: Lin-Manuel Miranda and the Cast of HamilFilm in conversation with Robin Roberts on Disney Plus

[ Written on July 10 2020 by Francesca ]

After The Undefeated Presents: Hamilton In-Depth with Kelley Carter, Disney presents another conversation with the cast of Hamilton, Hamilton: History Has Its Eyes On You, hosted by Robin Roberts with Harvard historian and Professor Annette Gordon-Reed, available on Disney+ on Friday, July 10.

A preview was showed on Good Morning America, check it below.

Video: Lin-Manuel Miranda talks about HamilFilm with Zane Lowe

[ Written on July 10 2020 by Francesca ]

Lin-Manuel Miranda connects with Zane Lowe to discuss the original Broadway production of Hamilton. He talks about hip-hop influences that inspired the writing process, recreating uncomfortable moments in history and the impact of the worldwide phenomenon, and puts together a playlist.

Check interview and playlist below.

Video: Fifth Round of HamilFilm Junket Press Interviews

[ Written on July 06 2020 by Francesca ]

Some of the interviews Lin-Manuel Miranda gave in the last weeks don’t really fit the bill as “junket press”, but are too good to do not be saved and shared.

Let’s start with Miranda and the cast of Hemilton takinf the BuzzFeed quiz “Which “Hamilton” And Disney Characters Are You A Perfect Combo Of?”. Check it below.

Under the cut there are videos from Wired, Rotten Tomatoes and Good Morning America, and a writen interview from Harper’s Bazaar.

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Feature: Lin-Manuel Miranda on British GQ

[ Written on July 06 2020 by Francesca ]

In a long chat with British GQ, Lin-Manuel Miranda talks about the Hamilton movie, but also about how he is coping with the quarantine life and the projects he is working on at the moment.

In his head, Lin-Manuel Miranda has an alternative timeline of what he would be doing right now. The 40-year-old would have recently finished filming his directorial debut, for one, the Netflix adaption of the Broadway musical Tick, Tick… Boom!, which survived just ten days of shooting before everything shut down. Right now, he says, he should be in the edit.

Instead, he’s on a Zoom call, talking to GQ from his home about a filmed version of Hamilton, which wasn’t due out for another year, and he’s apologising for the fact that it doesn’t say “Lin-Manuel Miranda” on his screen, but “Lin-Sebastian’s dad”, as it “defaults to the time I did a parent-teacher conference”.

Hamilton, for those who’ve somehow missed one of the key cultural moments of the last decade, is the smash-hit Broadway musical that single-handedly made Broadway musicals cool. Written by and initially starring Miranda, it managed to do it, somewhat improbably looking back, by rapping about the Founding Fathers and specifically about a plucky upstart by the name of Alexander Hamilton.

The show itself was nominated for a record-setting 16 Tony Awards, winning eleven along with a Pulitzer, and made Miranda an instant superstar. He’s gone on to Hollywood leading roles – he played chimney sweep Jack in the 2018 Disney remake Mary Poppins Returns – along with seeing his debut musical, In The Heights, set for a big-screen adaption next year.

For now, it’s Hamilton that will be arriving on our screens, courtesy of Disney+. Recorded over two of Miranda’s last performances in the musical, it was rushed forward after lockdown struck. “Once it became clear there was not going to be any theatre for the foreseeable future,” he says, “we all kind of pivoted and said, ‘Oh, this is actually an opportunity to remind people of the power of theatre when there is none.’”

Check the full conversation under the cut.

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