‘Hamilton’ has probably been the major theatrical phenomenon of the last few years. The work, created by Lin-Manuel Miranda has wiped out there where it has been released and many of us were wondering when would the leap to the big screen. Finally, it will be the October 15, 2021 when we can see ‘Hamilton’ in our cinema closest to grace a historic agreement with Disney.
is Already shot
The company has paid a whopping $ 75 million by taking the rights of a film that actually takes time shot. is Tommy Kail, director of the original theatre, he recorded it two weeks before the original cast of the play the leave to focus on other projects.
In particular, Kail rolled the film of ‘Hamilton’ in the course of three live performances of the work, with some additional planes recorded without the presence of the public. All this was carried out in order to have a multitude of angles of each scene and thus give the tape of the nature of film required.
note that they pay up to $ 500 for a ticket to see ‘Hamilton’ before the original cast left the work. Now all over the world, because the agreement is subject to a worldwide distribution of the film, you will have the opportunity to do so by an amount that is much more affordable.
Winner of 11 Tony awards and a Pulitzer prize, ‘Hamilton’ account of the life of Alexander Hamilton, interpreted by the Miranda, one of the founding fathers of the united States. I had the occasion to see the work in London and I ended up fascinated with the result, but I’m looking forward to see it with the actors with which everything started, in 2015.
Before ‘Hamilton’ we’ll see “In a neighborhood of New York,’ an adaptation of ‘In the Heights’, another musical theater Lin-Manuel Miranda.
The news ‘Hamilton’ will make the leap to the movies in 2021: Disney pays $ 75 million for the movie of the musical that made history was originally published in Espinof by Mikel Zorrilla .
February 3, 2020
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