LOS ANGELES (EFE).- Lin-Manuel Miranda said yesterday “Tick, tick… BOOM!” Introduced the trailer for , a Netflix musical that will mark the multi-faceted directorial debut of the Puerto Rican native.
Miranda said in a statement that the film is like “a corner of the world” that he knows “from every angle”.
“I know what it’s like to be a songwriter who fights for his dreams. I know what it’s like to be 20 and write music that fills you up with passion. I know those with artistic dreams What it’s like to live in New York with a group of friends and then watch them surrender one by one in real life, while you’re still trying not to give up,” he said.
The author of “Hamilton” also assured that “Tick, tick… boom!” It revolves around “double effort” for your craft and your passion “even when you have all odds against you”.
Starring Andrew Garfield, this fall-release film adapts Jonathan Larson’s musical of the same name.
Based on Larson’s own life, the musical “Tick, Tick… Boom!” Focuses on a young songwriter who dreams of making it big on Broadway.
In the trailer, you can see Garfield along with other actors like Vanessa Hudgens, Alexandra Shipp or Robin de Jesus.
Steven Levenson, who has featured in series such as “Fosse/Verdon” (2019), signed on to script the film.
Miranda, who wrote “Tick, Tick… Boom!” in 2014 Off-Broadway montage as an actor, will also produce the feature film along with Brian Grazer and Ron Howard.
“Tick, tick… boom!” This first preview of It comes in a very important week for Miranda, as this Friday the long-awaited adaptation of the musical “In the Heights” with lots of Latin flavor will hit the big screen and HBO Max.
Based on the Broadway hits of Miranda and Quora Alegria Hoods, “In the Heights” features a stellar cast led by Anthony Ramos and Melissa Barrera, and takes on that Latin rhythm in the New York neighborhood of Washington Heights to shape a spectacular musical. does enterprise. The ultimate hero.
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For Lin-Manuel Miranda, the premiere of “In the Heights (In the Neighborhood)” marks a turning point in his career today.
Originally slated to premiere in June 2020, “In the Heights” comes wrapped in the aura of a cultural event. The night before, it was screened at the Tribeca Festival.