LIN-MANUEL MIRANDA SAYS HE HOPES FILMED VERSION OF 'HAMILTON' WILL GET RELEASED 'SOONER RATHER THAN LATER'

With a movie version of his hit "In the Heights" headed to cinemas this summer, Lin-Manuel Miranda said he hopes a filmed version of his biggest Broadway smash will also soon reach the big screen. The 40-year-old musical maestro told Variety that he'd like to see "Hamilton" get its film release...

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