In the Heights
From "In The Heights" and "Moulin Rouge!" to "Funny Face" and "West Side Story," these titles show the height and incredible range of the genre.
"Imagine if ['In the Heights'] had been a success and everything had been incredible and it made a billion dollars at the box office — and then my next movie flopped," Barrera said. "That would have been, I think, harder."
Your favorite Broadway musicals are finally back, beginning September 14.
"F9" joins "A Quiet Place Part II" in giving momentum to theater recovery. But it is premature to think things are close to normal yet.
The colorism debate shouldn't end here. It's time for these actors to get the showcases they deserve.
Why so many musicals right now? Let's see how many wind up in theaters.
While "A Quiet Place 2" continues to do well and "F9" has potential, some multiplexes are exploring new revenue options.
Toolkit: An oral history of "When the Sun Goes Down" with Jon M. Chu, cinematographer Alice Brooks, and choreographer Christopher Scott.
Forget comparisons to "The Greatest Showman." This is not remotely similar. A decent multiple is possible but a turnaround less so.
“You can never do right, it seems," the Oscar-winning actress said.
Production designer Nelson Coates explains how Washington Heights became a creative patchwork of actual locations and set builds at Brooklyn's Marcy Armory.
"In trying to paint a mosaic of this community, we fell short," said Miranda in response to backlash over the film's light-skinned casting.
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