In The Heights: Release Date, Cast, And Trailer Details
We had seen a teaser of In The Heights on Wednesday, which was dropped by Warner Bros. However, everyone was shocked after they saw that the company has also released a full-length theatrical trailer of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s live-action big-screen version of her first musical In The Height. It is directed by Jon M. Chu (Crazy Rich Asians, Justin Bieber’s Believe), and the cinematography looks fantastic.
The film is starring Anthony Ramos (A Star Is Born) as the lead character Usnavi. The trailer itself says a lot, and you can feel that the film has the potential to make a big impact on the box office. But the film is not supposed to release anytime soon, as we need to wait around six months to see the movie in theatres.
The film is supposed to release on 26 July 2020, but after watching the trailer, there would be rarely someone who can wait that long to see such a masterpiece. As the trailer begins with Usnavi explains what is the meaning of “sueñito” as it means “a little dream” to a few children. As we know about musicals, they make your toes tap, make you feel the music, and take you on a journey that you wish never ends, you can feel all of it in the movie. Here is the main cast of the film:
Anthony Ramos as Usnavi de la Vega
Corey Hawkins as Benny
Leslie Grace as Nina Rosario
Melissa Barrera as Vanessa
Olga Merediz as Abuela Claudia
Daphne Rubin-Vega as Daniela
Gregory Diaz IV as Sonny de la Vega
Stephanie Beatriz as Carla
Dascha Polanco as Cuca
Jimmy Smits as Kevin Rosario
Noah Catala as Graffiti Pete
Marc Anthony as Sonny’s father
Lin-Manuel Miranda as Piragüero
Christopher Jackson as Mr. Softee
Every single line that the trailer has included has a deep meaning, that is why it says “this is gonna be an emotional rollercoaster.” The story looks like around a block where everyone just wants to enjoy life at the fullest and has music as a part of their lives. But the place gets into danger due to maybe some legal or other means, which will they fight against. We would be eagerly waiting for the movie, and the music as all the trailers looked like polished work. Here is the trailer if you have not yet seen, as nobody should miss such a good trailer:
Update March 2020
‘In The Heights’ was Lin-Manuel Miranda’s first unique melodic before he picked up standard approval for the Broadway marvel Hamilton. Alongside the big-screen adjustment being his first melodic youngster, he is a maker and associated with the music on In The Heights. As you can envision he’s as mooched as fans seem to be. Miranda took to Twitter to convey this reaction:
The progressing spread of COVID-19 has tremendously influenced media outlets and economy all in all, yet in view of the open’s security, Wonder Woman 1984 is delayed to June release along with ‘In The Heights’ delaying to its past June 26 date. The movie’s executive, Jon M. Chu, likewise reverberated Miranda’s announcement with these words:
Only a few days sooner, Lin-Manuel Miranda discussed how the coronavirus circumstance has slowed down the scoring and blending process he was right now working diligently on for ‘In The Heights’. Lin also mentioned there was still “a great deal” left to wrap up on the film in the midst of these new arrangements of difficulties. Maybe this discharge move will, at this rate, put a portion of that weight off. Alongside ‘In The Heights’, Lin-Manuel Miranda is associated with Disney’s The Little Mermaid, which has as of late slowed down production.