‘Hamilton’ Film Trailer is now Available

‘Hamilton’ Film Trailer is now Available

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It’s almost time to experience the magic of Hamilton! The hit broadway play has been an instant success since it first hit the stage back in 2015, and now due to the pandemic the play will be available to stream on Disney Plus on July 3, 2020. Next week! Image via Tvguide The creator, composer, songwriter, and playwright, Lin-Manuel Miranda stars as Alexander Hamilton in the film. He was the first person to play the role and the film was shot during one of their earlier performances. It has earned 11 Tony awards since it first started it’s run, and even …

‘Hamilton’ is Coming to Disney Plus!

‘Hamilton’ is Coming to Disney Plus!

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The smash hit broadway play, Hamilton, is going to begin streaming on Disney Plus on July 3! The play was slated to hit theaters in Fall of 2021, but due to the state of the nation they have moved the release date to this summer. However, there are still plans for the play to hit theaters, but that date is unknown, and in the meantime Disney, put out $75 million dollars to stream it. Image via TheaterinChicago The play will feature the original cast, which was filmed by director Thomas Kail. According to playwright and composter, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Kail has …

New Trailer for BBC’s ‘His Dark Materials’ Drops, and I’m Excited

New Trailer for BBC’s ‘His Dark Materials’ Drops, and I’m Excited

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Philip Pullman’s astounding His Dark Materials trilogy suffered a serious blow when, in 2007, it was the victim of what was one of the worst book-to-film adaptations in history, in my opinion. I have previously written about my (very strong) feelings regarding a number of disastrous Hollywood adaptations of children’s books, but I truly feel that Chris Weitz’s The Golden Compass wins the Oscar for Worst Adaptation, Really Terrible, or as I like to call it when awarding the recipients in my head: W.A.R.T. Because I feel that I expressed my needlessly intense feelings adequately the last time I wrote about this, here is …