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Video: Lin-Manuel Miranda on Conan At Home

[ Written on April 22 2020 by Francesca ]

On April, 21 Lin-Manuel Miranda was on the Conan O’Brien show filmed from home, Conan At Home, where he talked about the new EduHam AT HOME program, the new sweater that Teerico put on sale to help BCEFA, his shower and moisturizing habits and more.

Check the full interview below!

News: ‘In The Heights’ will open in theaters in Summer 2021

[ Written on April 22 2020 by Francesca ]

After been postponed indefinitely, In The Heights has a new date release: June 18, 2021.


DEADLINE: Warner Bros. now will release Jon M. Chu’s In the Heights on June 18, 2021. The movie based on the hit Broadway musical originally was expected to open on June 26 this year, but the COVID-19 shutdown of theaters pushed the movie off Warners’ calendar.

In the Heights is a feature take on Lin-Manuel Miranda and Quiara Alegría Hudes’ four-time Tony-winning 2008 musical.

In the Heights is set in the Hispanic-American community of New York City’s bustling Washington Heights. When the neighborhood’s charismatic local bodega owner, and the pic’s humble narrator, finally decides to fulfill his dream of going to the island his parents called home, his departure will change his beloved block forever.

Miranda, the star, producer and author of the Tony-winning In the Heights and later Hamilton, told talk series host Rosie O’Donnell last month: “We were literally recording the score when all of this started happening. There’s a lot that remains to be done on that movie. We were finishing the score and the mixing and just getting the music exactly right.”

Anthony Bregman, Mara Jacobs, Scott Sanders and Miranda are producing. Marc Klein wrote the script, with screenplay by Hudes. Stephanie Beatriz, Jimmy Smits, Corey Hawkins, Dascha Polanco, Melissa Barrera, and Marc Anthony star in the big-screen take of In the Heights.

Miranda on Twitter last month promised fans that when In the Heights finally sees the light of day post-coronavirus: “When we can safely gather again, flags in hand, we will be there, enjoying this movie in theaters. We will have the premiere uptown. The best summer of our lives, together.”

Video: Lin-Manuel Miranda and the Cast of Hamilton on “Some Good News” with John Krasinski

[ Written on April 06 2020 by Francesca ]

On Sunday, April 05, while half of the world is on lockdown or quarantine to fight COVID-19, John Krasinski, on his YouTube show Some Good News, surprised a young girl, Aubrey, first with a meeting on Zoom from Mary Poppins herself, Emily Blunt, then bringing Lin-Manuel Miranda in the conversation. Aubrey was going to see Hamilton in Jacksonville on her birthday, but couldn’t because of the lockdown; she watched Mary Poppins Returns, instead. To make up for her the loss of the show, Miranda and the Original Broadway Cast sang the opening number for her, on Zoom.
Check it below!

News: ‘In the Heights’ Release Postponed Due to Coronavirus Pandemic

[ Written on March 25 2020 by Francesca ]

Warner Bros has indefinitely pulled In the Heights, among other summer releases, due to the coronavirus outbreak. Miranda released a statement on Twitter, saying “We had the best summer of our lives filming ‘In the Heights’ movie last year. We couldn’t wait to share it with you. But we’re going to have to wait a little longer. When we can safely gather again, flags in hand, we will be there, enjoying this movie in theaters.”

DEADLINE: Warner Bros is pushing its forthcoming summer theatrical releases until the coronavirus crisis calms down and exhibition makes a full-steam comeback.

Despite reports that Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman 1984 was headed to streaming, the movie is in fact still going theatrical, and that was always the plan. Wonder Woman 1984 is now moving from its June 5 release to August 14. […]

With the move, New Line/Atomic Monster/Starlight Culture Entertainment Group’s James Wan horror movie Malignant will now shift off its August 14 release to an undated position. The same goes for Jon M. Chu’s feature adaptation of Broadway musical In the Heights, coming off its June 26 release to a TBD date, as well as animated feature Scoob! which is no longer going May 15 and also awaits a future release.

Meanwhile, Christopher Nolan’s Tenet will stay firm on July 17 in anticipation the global theatrical marketplace will be well by then.

Lin-Manuel Miranda, the star, producer and author of the Tony-winning In the Heights, recently spoke with talk series host Rosie O’Donnell saying: “We were literally recording the score when all of this started happening. There’s a lot that remains to be done on that movie. We were finishing the score and the mixing and just getting the music exactly right.”

Director Jon M. Chu talked to The Insider explaining the whole process, how they had to put the work on the movie on hold because of the coronavirus outbreak in New York and California, and repeats that the studio and producers want to bringing the movie on the big screen.

“We want people to have the movie theater experience,” Chu told Insider. “And with it being a musical, if you look back at history, that kind of movie has always brought people together at the worst times to celebrate life. And now we need that even more so.” […]

Chu said there was never a discussion to put the movie online before a theatrical run.

“I actually called the studio to make sure, because I had read stuff online,” Chu said. “And they said, ‘You have our word. We know what this movie is.'”

Chu said that he and Miranda, who along with doing the music and having a producing credit also stars in the movie, have been in constant contact throughout.

“When I talk to Lin the most important thing to him is releasing it the right way,” Chu said.

Video: Lin-Manuel Miranda on The Tonight Show: At Home Edition

[ Written on March 19 2020 by Francesca ]

After the show had to close because of the COVID-19 outbreak in New York, Jimmy Fallon invented a new format for The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, The Tonight Show: At Home Edition. The first guest is been Lin-Manuel Miranda, who speake to Fallon via Zoom. The two friends dedicated the episode to raise money for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, and everyone can still donate throught THIS LINK.
Check the whole episode below.

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