The documentary about Luis Miranda Jr., Siempre, Luis, will debut on HBO and HBO Max on October 6th. Luis and Lin-Manuel Miranda presented the movie at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, with the director John James.
Check the trailer below and all the promos in our Gallery.
According to Deadline, at the TIFF Endeavor Content will be handling worldwide sales of romantic comedy starring Lin-Manuel Miranda, Richard Gere, Diane Keaton and Blake Lively, directed by Ed Zwick, that will be shoot next Spring.
EXCLUSIVE: The Virtual Cannes Market was a bustling affair with several major films set up. Will we see a similar result at the Toronto Film Festival? Here’s a hot package to get things going.
Endeavor Content will be handling worldwide sales on The Making Of, a romantic comedy written and produced by Ed Zwick and Marshall Herskovitz. The film will star Richard Gere, Diane Keaton, Blake Lively and Lin-Manuel Miranda.
Deadline hears the romantic comedy revolves around two couples: long-married filmmakers (Gere and Keaton) have cast overemotional actors (Blake Lively and Lin-Manuel Miranda) to portray their younger selves in the story of their great love. Unfortunately, by the time shooting begins, their fabled marriage is unraveling. The filmmakers want to make a hit; the actors want to tell the true story. Whose version really is the truth? And how do they distinguish between real love and movie love when their lives and their work become hopelessly intertwined?
The film will be a production of Zwick & Herskovitz’ The Bedford Falls Company. The film shoots next spring.
To celebrate the premiere of the Hamilton movie on Disney Plus on July, 3 Coca-Cola donated $1 million to World Central Kitchen (WCK) to serve 100,000 meals in the United States and Mexico.
Coca-Cola is collaborating with Hamilton Creator Lin-Manuel Miranda and World Central Kitchen Founder, Chef and Humanitarian José Andrés ahead of the July 3 premiere of Hamilton on Disney+ to fight food insecurity with a focus on diverse communities disproportionately affected by COVID-19 and ongoing social injustice.
Coca-Cola is announcing a $1 million donation to World Central Kitchen (WCK) to serve 100,000 meals in the United States and Mexico, with plans for global expansion. Additionally, the donation will help approximately 150 local restaurants in communities hit hardest by COVID-19 to rehire up to 1,400 employees.