As much as I would love to make fun of the timeless ubiquity of Hamilton once more, this news is heartwarming and I cannot. For three weeks, Lin-Manuel Miranda will return to his star-making role in the modern Broadway classic when the play heads to Puerto Rico in 2019.
Behold this gift bestowed to us by one shrewd photographer! You see before you the glorious Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda on the set of their forthcoming film, Mary Poppins Returns.
America’s most psyched T.A. (with multiple Tonys) Lin-Manual Miranda appeared on Comedy Central’s Drunk History last night, talking about who else but Alexander Hamilton?
Have you been wondering why there are no good musicals about millennials? Have you wondered if Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Lin-Manuel Miranda were going to do anything other than collaborate on Moana? If these questions and more have been keeping you up at night, there’s a 14 minute long musical just for you.
As was promised this summer, an upcoming episode of Drunk History will feature Lin-Manuel Miranda retelling the story of Alexander Hamilton while drunk off his ass.
In what would be an “epic win” for both Lin-Manuel Miranda and the deeply embarrassing BuzzFeed Slack room dedicated solely to discussion of the musical Hamilton, the rappin’-while-finger-snappin’ patron saint of theater kids is probably going to win an Oscar for this new song.
Hallelujah, you’ve finally landed a ticket to Hamilton, so to speak: PBS is airing its long-awaited Hamilton/Hamilton documentary tonight at 9 p.m. Eastern, featuring none other than Lin-Manuel Miranda and his good pal Barack Obama, among others. (They haven’t let it go to their heads, however; a Jezebel staffer saw…
In the upcoming film Mary Poppins Returns, Jane and Michael Banks will be meeting their old nanny 25 years later. Emily Mortimer has just signed on to play Jane, and she will probably have some hard questions for Ms. Poppins. For instance, “Why did you leave us?”
In addition to starring in a remake of Mary Poppins with Emily Blunt, a fella you might know named Lin-Manuel Miranda (do you know him?) has also signed on to co-write the music for Disney’s live action remake of The Little Mermaid.
I can’t say I’m a regular visitor to Disney Animation’s Instagram, but I’m not going to say I didn’t click on every single one of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s personal karaoke moments.
Disney continues to round out the cast of Mary Poppins Returns: Meryl Streep is reportedly “in talks” to pile onto the project with Emily Blunt and Lin Manuel-Miranda.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Oprah says goodbye, Lupita Nyong’o is a goddess and Lin-Manuel Miranda is a big deal.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Sia needs a favor, Zac Efron says goodbye and Lin-Manuel Miranda is out.
Two more Hamilton stars are leaving the production to focus on other projects, thus bringing a close to the Hamilton chapter everyone knew and obsessively loved. Sorry for your loss.
In today’s Tweet Beat, they’re engaged, Leslie Jones tests Jada and Lin-Manuel Miranda finally gets rid of that ponytail.
On Saturday, Hamilton stars and original cast members Lin-Manuel Miranda, Phillipa Soo, and Leslie Odom Jr. took their final curtain call with the production, and you will get caught up in their loving nostalgia.
Lin-Manuel Miranda wrapped his final performance of Hamilton on Saturday, and no sooner had the curtain hit the floor than he brandished scissors (or a sword, who knows) and chopped off his ponytail. Here it lies:
Saturday evening is Lin-Manuel Miranda’s last performance in Hamilton, and his fans are determined to crush each other to death just to catch a glimpse of him.