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Coverage: Lin-Manuel Miranda and Lady Gaga on Variety’s Actors on Actors
Dec 5, 2018
Interview / Photo Session / Video

The conversation Lin-Manuel Miranda and Lady Gaga had for the series Actors On Actors is online.
Watch it below and check the photos we already had of the recording.

The conversation brings a new photoshoot.
Check it in our Gallery!

Coverage: TimesTalks with ‘Mary Poppins Returns’
Dec 4, 2018
Gallery Update / Interview / Public Appearances / Video

On Monday December 3, Rob Marshall, Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda took part to a conversation of the series ScreenTimes.
The conversation followed a screening of the movie, so the guests spoke freely and at 6:33 and 31:15 there are two spoilers.
Watch the video below and check all the photos in our Gallery.

Coverage: Lin-Manuel Miranda at the 2018 Kennedy Center Honors
Dec 3, 2018
Gallery Update / Public Appearances

During the first wekkend of December were celebrated the 2018 Kennedy Center Honors, awards meant to recognize a lifetime of contributions to the arts. This year’s honorees were Cher, composer Philip Glass, country music legend Reba McEntire and jazz icon Wayne Shorter. An unprecedented special award went to the co-creators of “Hamilton” for their genre-bending musical. It was the first time an entity, rather than an individual, was honored.
All four men who received special medals for “Hamilton” — Lin-Manuel Miranda, the creator; Thomas Kail, the director; Andy Blankenbuehler, the choreographer; and Alex Lacamoire, the musical director — remain eligible in the future for their own individual work.
The show will be broadcast on Wednesday, December 26 at 8 p.m. on CBS.

Public Appearances > 201801 December – 2018 Kennedy Center Honors Formal Artist’s Dinner
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Below, watch a preview of the show shared on CBS This Morning.


Video: Lin-Manuel Miranda on CBS Sunday Morning
Dec 2, 2018
Interview / Video

Lin-Manuel Miranda sat down in the Richard Rodgers Theatre on Broadway with David Begnaud to talk about Hamilton in Puerto Rico. The interview aired on December 2 on CBS Sunday Morning and it’s available on Youtube.
Check all the segments below.

Coverage: The Contenders New York presented by Deadline
Dec 2, 2018
Gallery Update / Interview / Photo Session / Public Appearances

On December 1st, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Emily Blunt, Ben Whishaw, Emily Mortimer and Rob Marshall were on the East Coast to take part in The Contenders New York presented by Deadline.
Check out the photos in our Gallery.

The megazine shared a short report of the panel, below you can read the part about Miranda.

Hamilton Tony Award winner Lin-Manuel Miranda who plays lamplighter Jack, a variation on (but a different character) Dick Van Dyke’s Bert in the original movie, said that by the time cameras rolled, “we were a company just like Hamilton.” On the first day of production Blunt and Miranda were handed a hat and a cane for a dance number involving hand-drawn animated penguins, and that in and of itself speaks to Marshall’s point of harking back to the original.

[EDIT] In Gallery you can find a portrait taken during the event!

Coverage: Lin-Manuel Miranda Is Honored With A Star On The Hollywood Walk of Fame
Dec 2, 2018
Gallery Update / Public Appearances / Video

On November 30, Lin-Manuel Miranda received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Live Theatre in front of the Pantages Theatre on Argyle street, home of both In The Heights and Hamilton during their Los Angeles runs. The guest speakers were Rita Moreno and “Weird Al” Yankovic.
Check all the many, many photos of the day in our gallery!

Watch the highlights of Rita Moreno and “Weird Al” Yankovic’s speeches and an interview to Lin-Manuel in the video below.

If you feel like it, the whole ceremony is available on Youtube.

Coverage: Lin-Manuel Miranda in Los Angeles for Mary Poppins Returns
Nov 30, 2018
Gallery Update / Photo Session / Public Appearances / Video

Lin-Manuel Miranda is in Los Angeles where the Mary Poppins Returns promotional tour kicked off with press conferences, premiere and series of portraits.
Check all the photos in our Gallery.

Public Appearances > 2018
28 November – Disney’s Mary Poppins Returns Press Conference

Public Appearances > 2018
29 November – ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ Press Conference

Public Appearances > 2018
29 November – Disney’s ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ World Premiere

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On the red carpet Miranda released a few interview: one during the live streaming, that you can find at 1:04:58, and another shared by Walt Disney Studios.


Coverage: Lin-Manuel Miranda at The Ellen DeGeneres Show
Nov 28, 2018
Interview / Public Appearances / Video

On November 27, Lin-Manuel Miranda stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show to promote his movie Mary Poppins Returns and DeGeneres challenged him to a holiday-themed edition of Taste Buds, asking him to identify Thanksgiving foods like mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie while blindfolded to raise money for the Flamboyan Arts Fund.
Check out the clips below and the photos in Gallery.

Video: Cheering For Me Now Behind The Scene
Nov 27, 2018
Gallery Update / Music Projects / Stills/Screencaptures / Video

On Tuesday, November 27, Lin-Manuel Miranda shared a new video clip for the November Hamildrop, Cheering For Me Now, a beautiful behind the scene where we can see him recording the song with John Kander and Alex Lacamoire.
Check the video and the screen captures in our Gallery.

News: Lin-Manuel Miranda is Vanity Fair Cover Star
Nov 27, 2018
Gallery Update / Interview / Photo Session

Lin-Manuel Miranda is on the cover of Vanity Fair’s Holiday issue, with a beautiful photoshoot and a long article.
Check the photos in HQ in our Gallery! [Edit: Added a photo report shared by Vanity Fair shot when Miranda took part in the Families Belong Together March in Washington D.C.]


Also, they have Lin-Manuel explain you Broadway slang in a video! [EDIT: Added a behind the scene video from the photoshoot.]


The piece starts describing the first image of Mary Poppins Returns, that is all about Miranda apparently.

The first image you see in Mary Poppins Returns is a gas flame dancing in an old-fashioned street lamp, just before dawn. It’s an apt way to start the movie, which, more than half a century later, means to rekindle the spirit of Walt Disney’s 1964 adaptation of the P. L. Travers children’s books. Some would argue (well, I would) that the original Mary Poppins is the greatest of Walt Disney pictures—Disney, the actual man and studio head—so that crafting a sequel is a Herculean and possibly foolish task. Blame or salute director Rob Marshall (Chicago, Into the Woods), screenwriter David Magee (Life of Pi), and songwriters Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman (Hairspray). But here we are.

The second thing you see in Mary Poppins Returns is a close-up of Lin-Manuel Miranda, tending the flame literally and figuratively as a Cockney lamplighter named Jack. Those of us happy just to have had tickets in the rear balcony when we saw Hamilton, the epochal hip-hop musical Miranda wrote and starred in on Broadway, or In the Heights, his first show and the rare Broadway hit with Latin music actually written by Latinos, may not have realized how expressive his big brown eyes are, especially on a movie screen. Here, with his face shorn of its customary beard and mustache, those eyes, no longer counterbalanced by whiskers, look almost ridiculously, Keane-ian large. They’ve been unleashed, like a pair of excited puppies—adorable and up for anything. In tandem with the gaslight, they seem meant to welcome us into the magical, innocent, sentimental world of Mary Poppins Returns, and they give us the first hint that this thing might work.

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