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Video: First Look at His Dark Materials Season 2

[ Written on July 23 2020 by Francesca ]

HBO and BBC unveiled the first-look teaser trailer for His Dark Materials season 2, during the show’s Comic Con @ Home panel.

Check it out below to see Lin-Manuel Miranda wearing Lee Scoresby’s hat again.

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.

News: Coca-Cola donates $1 million to World Central Kitchen to celebrate HamlFilm

[ Written on July 05 2020 by Francesca ]

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.

Read more at the source

In a video, Miranda and Chef José Andrés discuss how COVID-19 has affected food insecurity, check it below.

News: Hamilton gets a behind-the-scenes documentary on Disney Plus

[ Written on June 30 2020 by Francesca ]

Hamilton is getting a behind-the-scenes documentary that will reunite the original Broadway cast to discuss the show’s origins and legacy. It will premiere Friday alongside the filmed recording of the Broadway show.
The Undefeated Presents: Hamilton In-Depth with Kelley Carter premieres on July 3, exclusively on Disney+ and TheUndefeated.com.

DEADLINE: In addition to the July 3 release of the filmed version of the Tony-winning musical Hamilton, Disney+ and TheUndefeated.com will put more shine on the groundbreaking musical with the special The Undefeated Presents: Hamilton In-Depth with Kelley Carter, which will debut on the same day.

In the first collaboration between the streamer and the online platform, the roundtable discussion will feature Hamilton director as Thomas Kail as well as the musical’s stars Lin-Manuel Miranda, Daveed Diggs, Renée Elise Goldsberry, Leslie Odom Jr., Anthony Ramos, Phillipa Soo, Christopher Jackson, Jasmine Cephas Jones and Okieriete Onaodowan.

“The story and subject matter that ‘Hamilton’ covers, and the creative vision of its architects and actors, are more timely than ever,” said Jimmy Pitaro, President of ESPN and Co-Chair, Disney Media Networks. “The Undefeated, and Kelley L. Carter, are uniquely positioned to help connect audiences – whether they have never seen the show, or have seen it 10 times – to the creative process, people and significance of ‘Hamilton’ as it debuts on Disney+.”

During the virtual roundtable, Carter will talk to the original Broadway cast, who all reprise their roles for the filmed version, about the cultural impact of the musical and how the story parallels the current landscape where those in the margins are fighting for change when it comes to systemic racism and social injustice.

“The cast of Hamilton didn’t come to play,” said Carter. “They are accomplished performers who created genre-shifting art, but they also understand this unprecedented time in history and why their voices matter. This special isn’t just about one of the most important pieces of work to ever play on Broadway. This is about how art inspires activation. And, well, how activation inspires great art.”

News: ‘We Are Freestyle Love Supreme’ Release on Hulu Postponed

[ Written on June 12 2020 by Francesca ]

In solidariety with the protests for George Floyd’s death, Freestyle Love Supreme postpone the release of the documentary We Are Freestyle Love Supreme, that was scheduled for June 5 on Hulu. No new release date is been announced so far.

Read their statement below.

DEADLINE: Improv hip-hop group Freestyle Love Supreme has postponed the release of its documentary We Are Freestyle Love Supreme out of solidarity with protesters nationwide.

The postponement comes two days before the film was set to begin streaming on Hulu. The announcement said the group’s “collective attention” has turned toward more pressing concerns.

We Are Freestyle Love Supreme is a documentary on the show that Miranda and several of his Hamilton collaborators regularly staged before and after the successes of In the Heights and Hamilton. The film chronicles the group’s reunion for a Broadway run that concluded earlier this year.

No new release date was announced.

“Today our country, our world struggles to reach an end to this systemic racial injustice, intolerance, police brutality and hate,” Freestyle Love Supreme said in a statement on Twitter. “We add our voices to that fight.”

We Are Freestyle Love Supreme premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. It is believed to be the first film to postpone its release following the death of George Floyd.

“We are for the freedom of expression, creativity, inclusion, equality, and most of all, love,” the group said. “Our work has always centered around creating a safe space for those ideals to flourish. Our show does not exist without the operations of brilliant black artists that created two of our most beloved American art forms, jazz and hip-hop.”

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