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Video: Lin-Manuel Miranda shares his Voting Story for When We All Vote
Aug 22, 2018
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When We All Vote founder Michelle Obama and Lin-Manuel Miranda, Tom Hanks, Chris Paul, Faith Hill and Tim McGraw share their voting stories in a few videos.
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Photos: The Washington Post Photoshoot
Aug 12, 2018
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Seen our beautiful new graphic? Now you can enjoy the photos we used for it.
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Gallery Update: Old&New Events, Stage Productions and More
Aug 5, 2018
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Many, many new photos in Gallery: old events as much as the latest, promos and screen captures from television projects, promos and performance stills from the stage projects and much more.
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Public Appearances > 200817 June – MTV Mi TRL
Public Appearances > 201830 June – Families Belong Together March in Washington D.C. – Stage
Public Appearances > 201830 June – Families Belong Together March in Washington D.C. – Marching
Public Appearances > 201830 June – Families Belong Together March in Washington D.C. – Backstage
Public Appearances > 201815 July – 2018 So The World May Hear Awards Gala Benefitting Starkey Hearing Foundation
Public Appearances > 201822 July – Presenting Flamboyan Arts Fund in San Juan, Puerto Rico
Public Appearances > 201825 July – “Don’t Bother Me, I Can’t Cope” Encores! Off-Center Opeing Night
Public Appearances > 201831 July – Opening night of Public Works’ Twelfth Night at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park
Movie Projects > 2009 – Celebrity HablaCelebrity Habla Cutdown (Screen Captures)
Movie Projects > 2017 – ResidenteTrailer (Screen Captures)
Movie Projects > 2017 – Speech & DebateScreen Captures
Television Projects > Nina’s World (2018)Season 22.37 Nina Live – Promo
Stage Production > 2008 – In The HeightsPerformance Stills
Stage Production > 2012 – Merrily We Roll AlongPromo
Stage Production > 2012 – Merrily We Roll AlongPerformance Stills
Stage Production > 2014 – tick, tick… BOOM!Performance Stills
Stage Production > 2014 – tick, tick… BOOM!Promo
Photo Sessions > 2016Session 024
Photo Sessions > 2017Session 007
Digital Scans > The Observer – The New Review (December 10, 2017)
Digital Scans > Rolling Stone (July 2018)
Miscellaneous > Crosswalk the Musical: Hair (2017)Promo Stills

Photos: Opening night of Public Works’ Twelfth Night at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park
Aug 1, 2018
Public Appearances

On July 31, Lin-Manuel Miranda went to the opening night of the Public Theater’s musical adaptation of Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night” at Delacorte Theater in Central Park.
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Photos: In The Heights Vinyl Cast Album Release
Aug 1, 2018
Public Appearances

On Monday July 30, Lin-Manuel Miranda and the original company of In the Heights participated in a discussion and album signing celebrating the release of Ghostlight Records’ new vinyl box set of the show’s cast recording at the Union Square Barnes & Noble.
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News: BBC and Bad Wolf unveil cast and creative team of His Dark Materials
Jul 28, 2018
Television Projects

BBC: Dafne Keen takes on the lead role of Lyra, the young protagonist of the story who lives in Jordan College, Oxford. Placed there at the request of her Uncle, Lord Asriel (James McAvoy) she lives a sheltered life amongst the scholars and college staff while under the watchful protection of The Master (Clarke Peters) and Librarian Scholar Charles (Ian Gelder).

When the glamorous and mesmeric Mrs Coulter (Ruth Wilson) enters Lyra’s life she embarks upon a dangerous journey of discovery from Oxford to London. Here she meets Father MacPhail (Will Keen), Lord Boreal (Ariyon Bakare) and journalist Adele Starminster (Georgina Campbell) at a glittering society party where she first hears about the sinister General Oblation Board.

Lyra is subsequently thrown into the nomadic world of the boat dwelling Gyptians – Ma Costa (Anne-Marie Duff), Farder Coram (James Cosmo), John Faa (Lucien Msamati), Raymond Van Geritt (Mat Fraser), Jack Verhoeven (Geoff Bell) and Benjamin de Ruyter (Simon Manyonda) who take her North in her quest.

Once in the North she meets charismatic aeronaut and adventurer Lee Scoresby (Lin-Manuel Miranda) who joins them on their epic journey and who becomes one of Lyra’s closest allies.

Talented young actors joining the cast include Lewin Lloyd as Roger Parslow, Daniel Frogson as Tony Costa, Tyler Howitt as Billy Costa and Archie Barnes as Pantalaimon.

Philip Pullman says: “I’m delighted that the production is under way, and I’m looking forward immensely to seeing how it looks. Bad Wolf has assembled a wonderful cast and I’m sure every HDM reader is as keen as I am to see it all coming together.”

Piers Wenger, Controller of BBC Drama, says: “The vast, complex and deeply imaginative landscape of Philip’s novels requires a world class but quintessentially British band of creatives to bring them to life. The BBC is proud and privileged to be the host to such visionaries. Thank you to Jane, Jack, Dan, Joel and Tom and of course to Philip for entrusting us with their work and sharing the journey of seeing His Dark Materials come to life”.

Bad Wolf founder and Executive Producer, Jane Tranter says: “The calibre of our cast and directors is a testament to the brilliance of Jack Thorne’s scripts and also the sheer bravura, depth and imagination of Philip Pullman’s original novels. Our determination is to sound every note of the books in a series that will fully explore the many worlds and concepts in Philip’s work. Bad Wolf has assembled a world class production team at Wolf Studios Wales in Cardiff who will bring Philip’s incredible works to life for a whole new audience.”

Jack Thorne (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, This is England ’88) is a Bafta, Tony and Olivier Award winning screenwriter and playwright.

Thorne says: “His Dark Materials are the most beautiful set of books, taking us into a world of constant imagination. Reading them I was a massive fan, in adapting them I’ve increasingly felt in awe of them. It’s the constant invention, the way the story never sits still, and that the characters constantly surprise you. It’s been a joy being part of a creative team for this; from Tom’s incredible analytic mind and amazing eye, to Joel’s beautiful world building, to everyone else involved. And then there’s the cast, which has proved to be the cast of dreams, we are so lucky to have been able to entice them in.”

Tom Hooper (The King’s Speech, Les Miserables) will lead as director and helm the first two episodes with Dawn Shadforth (Danny Boyle’s Trust, Kylie Minogue’s Can’t Get You Out of My Head) directing episode three and Otto Bathurst (Robin Hood [2018], Peaky Blinders) directing four and five, with other directors to be announced.

Production Designer Joel Collins (Black Mirror) says: “I wanted to be part of a show that would challenge every bone in my body. I was looking for something that would be a true test of my mettle. The hardest thing in fantasy is trying to show a mass group of people what they’ve only previously seen in their minds.”

Dan McCulloch (Victoria, Endeavour) is Executive Producer and Laurie Borg (Peaky Blinders, Black Mirror) is Producer.

In its first foray into British television, New Line Cinema is producing the series with Bad Wolf for BBC One.

The design team is led by Joel Collins (Black Mirror, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy) with costumes designed by Caroline McCall (Downton Abbey, Hyde Park on Hudson) and hair and make-up design being led by Pamela Haddock (The Terror, Sherlock). Director of Photography for block one is Justin Brown (The End of the F***ing World, Sixteen) and casting director is Kathleen Crawford (I, Daniel Blake, Filth).

Framestore takes the role of VFX creative partner on the show: managing and executing VFX throughout, and working closely with the production team to ensure the awe-inspiring work can be achieved on budget, and on time.

Michelle Martin, Head of Television, Framestore says: “We could not be more excited to partner on His Dark Materials, a televisual event of truly epic proportion. It’s a hugely ambitious project, but one we at Framestore take on confidently, knowing our award-winning teams will successfully see it through.”

His Dark Materials is produced by Bad Wolf and New Line Cinema for BBC One in association with BBC Studios Distribution and Anton Capital Entertainment, S.C.A. The series will be filmed in Cardiff at Wolf Studios Wales.

His Dark Materials is one of the supreme works of imaginative fiction for both children and adults published in the 20th century. After series one, which covers the first instalment of Northern Lights, the story continues in The Subtle Knife where Lyra is joined on her journey by Will, a boy who possesses a knife that can cut windows between worlds. As Lyra learns the truth about her parents and her prophesied destiny, the two young people are caught up in a war against celestial powers that ranges across many worlds and leads to a thrilling conclusion in The Amber Spyglass.

His Dark Materials has been published in more than 40 languages and has sold worldwide close to 18 million copies.

Since first publication in 1995 of Northern Lights, the three books have been acclaimed worldwide and have won many awards. In 2001 The Amber Spyglass was the first and only children’s book to win the Whitbread (now Costa) Book of the Year Award, in 2007 Northern Lights won the Carnegie of Carnegies and in 2005 Pullman was awarded by the Swedish Arts Council, the children’s literature equivalent of the Nobel Prize, The Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award.

Nicholas Hytner’s stage production of His Dark Materials was produced in two parts at the National Theatre in 2003-4. In 2006 New Line released a film of The Golden Compass starring Nicole Kidman, Daniel Craig and Dakota Blue Richards as Lyra.

Bad Wolf is a UK/US production company founded by Jane Tranter and Julie Gardner and co-sited in South Wales and Los Angeles. The company is responsible for co-producing award-winning The Night Of for HBO and A Discovery Of Witches for Sky One. His Dark Materials is New Line Cinema’s first move into British television.

His Dark Materials will be Executive Produced by Dan McCulloch, Jane Tranter and Julie Gardner for Bad Wolf, Philip Pullman, Jack Thorne, Tom Hooper, and Deborah Forte, Toby Emmerich and Carolyn Blackwood for New Line Cinema, and Ben Irving and Piers Wenger for BBC One.

BBC Studios is the international distributor for His Dark Materials.

Site Update: New Look for Lin (Manuel) Miranda Fan!
Jul 25, 2018
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We are getting ready for all the new projects Lin-Manuel is working on or worked on and are about to drop Lin (Manuel) Miranda Fan goes through a whole makeover and trying to catch up.
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News: The 2016 Hamilton Recording May Be Headed to the Movies
Jul 25, 2018
Movie Projects / News / Stage Productions

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL: Hamilton may be coming to movie theaters, exactly as audiences saw it on Broadway.

Hollywood studios are currently bidding for the big-screen rights to Lin-Manuel Miranda’s hit musical about founding father Alexander Hamilton, according to people involved in sales talks. But in an unusual twist, the Hamilton movie won’t be a filmed adaptation. Instead, it is a recording of the show made in 2016 with its original cast, including Mr. Miranda in the lead role.

The world-wide theatrical rights for Hamilton could sell for more than $50 million, two of the people with knowledge of the deal talks said. Representatives for the production have recently screened the recording for interested buyers.

A spokesman for Mr. Miranda didn’t respond to a request for comment.

Several musicals have been successful at the box office in the past few years, including originals The Greatest Showman and La La Land and adaptations of Into the Woods, Les Misérables, and Mamma Mia!, a sequel to which is currently in theaters. All of those were adapted for the big screen.

Though some stage shows have played in a limited number of theaters as one-time events and live musicals like Jesus Christ Superstar have been hits on television, there are no recent examples of recorded stage shows that play in theaters globally, like a traditional movie.

But studios are betting Hamilton may be a special case. A massive hit and a cultural phenomenon, it has grossed nearly $400 million in New York since opening in 2015, according to Broadway World. It has won 11 Tony Awards, including best musical, as well as a Grammy and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. It has long played to packed houses on Broadway, despite an average ticket price of $229, and plays in Chicago and London. A U.S. tour began last year.

Several studios have expressed interest in Hamilton, the people with knowledge of the deal talks said. Contenders include AT&T Inc.’s Warner Bros, which in June bought the rights to adapt Mr. Miranda’s musical In the Heights, and 21st Century Fox Inc.’s Twentieth Century Fox, which made The Greatest Showman.

Netflix Inc. recently bought the rights to stream a recorded version of Bruce Springsteen’s one-man Broadway show for more than $20 million, said people with knowledge of that deal. It is also a potential bidder for Hamilton, one of those people said. If the subscription-video company is successful, the show would likely play in few, if any, theaters.

Sellers are asking that the Hamilton recording not play in theaters, or stream, until 2020 or 2021, some of the people close to the deal talks said, giving the show at least two more years during which it can only be seen on stage.

The recording of Hamilton was made over two nights in New York and is an exact replica of the Broadway production, including an intermission, said one of the people who has seen it.

News: FX Orders Bob Fosse/Gwen Verdon Limited Series Starring Michelle Williams & Sam Rockwell From Lin-Manuel Miranda
Jul 24, 2018
News / Television Projects

THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER: FX is going big for its next limited series.

The cable network has greenlit Fosse/Verdon, an eight-episode limited series from Hamilton’s Lin-Manuel Miranda starring Oscar winner Sam Rockwell and four-time Academy Award nominee Michelle Williams. The series marks a major swing for FX after the cable network’s top producer — Ryan Murphy — exited his overall deal with corporate sibling 20th Century Fox TV for a $300 million pact with Netflix.

Based on Sam Wasson’s Fosse biography, the series tells the story of the romantic and creative partnership between Bob Fosse (Rockwell) and Gwen Verdon (Williams). He was a filmmaker and one of theater’s most influential chorographers and directors. She was the greatest Broadway dancer of all time. Together, they changed the face of American entertainment — at a perilous cost. The series will feature Fosse’s choreography and explore the hidden corners of showbiz, the price of pursuing greatness and the suffering inflicted in the name of art.

Steven Levenson (Dear Evan Hansen) will serve as showrunner and penned the pilot episode, which will be directed by Hamilton’s Thomas Kail. Kail, Levenson, Miranda, Rockwell, Williams and George Stelzner will exec produce the series, which is a co-production between Fox 21 Television Studios and FX Productions. Actress, dancer and producer Nicole Fosse, the daughter of Fosse and Verdon, will serve as co-exec producer and will oversee for The Verdon Fosse Legacy. Andy Blankenbuehler will co-produce the series. Production begins in the fall for a 2019 debut.

“My mother and father have one of the greatest love stories ever known,” Nicole Fosse said. “They were extremely complex people with an indestructible bond, loyalty and trust that endured both fantasy and reality. Finally, we have a creative team with the talent and wisdom to tell the story.”

The series comes as FX has been a dominant player in the limited series category, where the John Landgraf-led cable network has earned 204 nominations and 34 wins for series including American Horror Story, Fargo, American Crime Story and Feud.

“We are over the moon about this dream team we’ve assembled for this incredible series,” said FX original programming president Nick Grad. “Tommy, Steven and Lin are the perfect team to tell the story of Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon, and we’re so thrilled to have Sam and Michelle playing these iconic roles.”

For Fox 21, the series is part of a larger push for cable and streaming as part of the Bert Salke-led studio. “Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon’s story is one of a fascinating, passionate love affair that gave birth to some truly remarkable cultural achievements, and to this day it has been largely untold,” he said. “In the capable hands of Steven, Tommy and Lin, with the vital creative input and imprimatur of their only daughter Nicole, this series is going to be a compelling look at these two icons as portrayed by the enormously talented Sam Rockwell and Michelle Williams. We’re very excited.”

Fosse/Verdon reunites Kail with Miranda following their collaborations on Hamilton and In the Heights. Said Kail, Levenson and Miranda in a joint statement: “Bob Fosse ignited a revolution in American dance, theater and film. But, in contrast to the well-worn myth of the visionary artist working in solitude, Fosse’s work would not have been possible without Gwen Verdon, the woman who helped to mold his style — and make him a star. We are honored to work with the incredible team at FX and Fox 21, and these two extraordinary actors, to tell the story of this remarkable couple, and the complicated, fascinating relationship between them.”

Video: Lin-Manuel Miranda on TODAY Show interviewed by Savannah Guthrie
Jul 23, 2018

Lin-Manuel Miranda sat down with Savannah Guthrie for a long interview to introduce the Flamboyan Arts Fund, the fund meant to boost the arts on Puerto Rico, and his upcoming projects.