For a lot of people, the musical Hamilton will be a moment in pop culture history they will never forget. That’s not so much the case for Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda.
Instead, the Tony-winning actor and playwright spent a good amount of time on Twitter today telling the world of the various events that he is still processing and will never forget.
POP CULTURE EVENTS FROM WHICH I HAVE STILL NOT RECOVERED, MANY YEARS LATER: A thread by Lin-Manuel Miranda
— Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) December 7, 2016
Obviously, King of Pop Michael Jackson was up first. Read more…
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Just when you thought Lin-Manuel Miranda couldn’t get more lovable.
The Hamilton creator tweeted Thursday that he’s watching Gilmore Girls — yeah, just like all of us.
But Miranda, who has been busy juggling projects including the Hamilton Mixtape and Moana, is still just on season one.
Don’t worry, so far he thinks “it is AWESOME.”
But he’s not on any team yet.
So I’m watching my first episode of Gilmore Girls ever.
I MISSED IT THE FIRST TIME AROUND!
(it is AWESOME)
— Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) December 1, 2016 Read more…
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Because he wasn’t wearing enough hats, Lin-Manuel Miranda is joining the production team behind the multimedia adoption of the Kingkiller Chronicle book series. Miranda will be behind the music of television and film iterations, as well as possible stage productions in the future.
The Kingkiller Chronicle book trilogy by Patrick Rothfuss is a fantasy adventure about Kvothe, a famous musician. Lionsgate is simultaneously working on a film franchise and television series that will take place outside the books. Read more…
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Lin-Manuel Miranda isn’t throwing away his shot at dropping more Alexander Hamilton knowledge.
The creator and former star of the Broadway musical Hamilton will give his drunken account of the trials and tribulations of the Founding Father on the Nov. 29 episode of Drunk History.
On Wednesday, Comedy Central teased a two-and-half minute clip of the upcoming episode, where we’re given a look at Hamilton’s first meeting with Aaron Burr and his early work with George Washington.
Per Drunk History tradition, Miranda voices each of the characters and sets the script. Read more…
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