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Entertainment Andrew Garfield Shoots for Broadway Stardom in First Trailer for Lin-Manuel Miranda's 'Tick, Tick…BOOM!'

06:25  11 june  2021
06:25  11 june  2021 Source:   etonline.com

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  Andrew Garfield and Vanessa Hudgens star in Tick, Tick... BOOM! teaser In it Garfield croons and broods as he grapples with turning 30 and the harsh reality of life as a struggling artist. © Provided by Daily Mail ( © Provided by Daily Mail ( 'Lately, I've been hearing this sound,' he explained. 'Like a tick, tick, tick. Like a time bomb.'The trailer skips from Jonathan's hum-drum job at a diner to treasured nights with his girlfriend Susan (Alexandra Shipp).

Netflix releases the first Tick , Tick Boom ! trailer , with Andrew Garfield singing in the teaser for Lin - Manuel Miranda ' s movie musical adaptation. Boom ! starring Andrew Garfield . The movie musical adapts Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Jonathan Larson's autobiographical stage show of the same name. The Rent genius poured his heart into the pop-rock musical, which follows Jon, a struggling theatre composer waiting tables in New York City while hoping to write the next great musical.

Exclusive: Lin - Manuel Miranda has set Andrew Garfield to star in tick , tick … Boom ! Miranda makes his feature directorial debut for Netflix on the adaptation of the autobiographical Off Broadway show written by Jonathan Larson, who shortly after went on to write the Pulitzer-winning musical Rent. Larson died tragically the night before Rent‘ s first Off Broadway preview performance, before the show became a sensation. Imagine Entertainment principals Brian Grazer and Ron Howard are producing with Imagine’ s Julie Oh, and Miranda . Steven Levenson, the Dear Evan Hanson playwright who wrote

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After taking Broadway by storm with his record-breaking musical Hamilton, Lin-Manuel Miranda is taking a seat behind the camera for his directorial debut. The celebrated creative powerhouse is helming the cinematic adaptation of the Broadway musical tick, tick... BOOM!, which dropped its first trailer on Thursday.

Andrew Garfield stars in the big-screen take of Jonathan Larson's semi-autobiographical work. Garfield plays Jon, a composer trying to make it big on Broadway in the '90s, who starts to suffer a mid-life crisis as he enters his 30s and hasn't yet achieved his biggest dreams.

This first trailer gives fans a look at both Garfield's singing, Miranda's naturalistic directorial style, and a quasi-retro look at Broadway and the Big Apple from the point of view of a struggling artist with big dreams and a lot of anxiety.

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Netflix’ s ‘ tick , tick … BOOM !’ is a new film by Tony Award winner Lin - Manuel Miranda as he makes his feature directorial debut. The film is an adaptation of an autobiographical music from Jonathan Larson, the creator of ‘Rent’, and will star Andrew Garfield in the main role. The official teaser was uploaded today. Viewers commented on the teaser, “In the Heights, West Side Story, Dear Evan Hansen, Everybody’ s Talking About Jamie, and Tick Tick Boom . Welcome to the year of musicals”, “ Andrew Garfield can do anything I swear”, “ I ’ve been waiting for another Andrew Garfield movie.

The first trailer for Lin - Manuel Miranda ' s Netflix drama musical tick , tick Boom ! has been released - you can watch it here. The film is adapted from the autobiographical musical by Rent creator Jonathan Larson. Andrew Garfield plays Larson in the film. Vanessa Hudgens, Bradley Whitford, and Tony Award-winner Judith Light feature in the key cast. This is Miranda ’ s first feature outing as director.

The film -- penned by Dear Even Hanson writer Steven Levenson -- also stars Vanessa Hudgens, Alexandra Shipp, Judith Light and Bradley Whitford as famed composer Stephen Sondheim.

ET recently spoke with Miranda at the premiere of In the Heights -- the film adaptation of his Broadway musical directed by Jon M. Chu -- and the Pulitzer Prize and Tony winner said it "feels good" to take his talents to the big screen in the director's chair with tick, tick...BOOM!

Miranda noted that he had great directors helping him along the way, and said he had Chu "on speed dial [for] whenever I had a question or a concern" while directing his first feature.

"Honestly, to work with him, to work with Rob Marshall on Mary Poppins Returns, to work with Tommy Kail on Fosse/Verdon, that was my graduate school. That was my film school," Miranda shared. "Every post-Hamilton project has been me learning how to do this. So I hope I'm ready."

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Tick , Tick Boom ! marks Hamilton creator Lin Manuel Miranda ' s directorial debut, working from a script penned by Dear Evan Hansen's Steven Levenson. The musical explores Larson's years before penning the hit show Rent, which debuted off- Broadway in 1996. Tick , tick … BOOM ! is set to premiere this fall on Netflix. The film makes up just one of 2021's many movie musical offerings. Also due out this year is the highly anticipated adaptation of Miranda ' s In the Heights, as well as the Ben Platt-fronted feature Dear Evan Hansen, Steven Spielberg's West Side Story, Everybody’s Talking

Andrew Garfield fans are going into raptures at his singing voice courtesy of the trailer for his new musical, Tick , Tick … BOOM ! The forthcoming Netflix film is an adaptation of the celebrated Broadway show of the same name. The semi-autobiographical work was written by the late composer and Garfield is joined in the movie by High School Musical alumni Vanessa Hudgens in her return to musicals, along with Alexandra Shipp, Cabaret Oscar winner Joel Grey and Robin de Jesús, who has appeared on stage in In the Heights and Wicked. A brief snippet of Garfield singing in the teaser

ET's Katie Krause also chatted with Hudgens back in April about her role in the film, and she explained how she plays a back-up vocalist for Garfield's character, which means she ended up singing "quite a bit" in the film.

"There's a lot of  harmonizing, which is my favorite thing. It takes me back to my childhood being eight years old, doing Cinderella and singing the harmonies backstage," she shared. "It just is one of my favorite things to do."

At the time, Hudgens said she hadn't yet seen a cut of the project, but had already heard a lot of good things about what had been assembled.

"I have been told that the director's cut is one of the best director cuts people have seen, which is very exciting," Hudgens shared. "I wouldn't expect anything less from Lin-Manuel Miranda."

Tick, tick...Boom! premieres on Netflix and in select theaters this fall.

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