Netflix released the first single titled “30/90” from the trailer, main art and the film’s official soundtrack Tick, tick… BOOM!, NS Lin-Manuel MirandaDirected film adaptation of Jonathan Larson’s autobiographical pre-Rent musical.
starring Andrew Garfield as Larson, Netflix Tick, tick… BOOM! Premiering in theaters on November 12, 2021, and streaming a week later on November 19.
Garfield plays John, a young theater musician who waits tables at a New York City diner in 1990 while writing what he hopes will be the next great American musical. As described by Netflix: Due to his work showcasing in a make-or-break performance, John is feeling pressure from everywhere: from his girlfriend Susan (Alexandra Shipp), who leads an artistic life beyond New York City. dreams; From his friend Michael (Robin de Jess), who has moved from his dream to a life of financial security. In the midst of an artistic community devastated by the AIDS pandemic, John feels the clock is ticking and everyone is faced with the question: What to do with the time we have?
Larson, of course, would not live to see the success of his “next great American musical,” which died on the morning of January 25, 1996, at the age of 35. RentThe first Off-Broadway preview of. The cause of death was an aortic aneurysm caused by undiagnosed Marfan syndrome.
The film, which also stars Joshua Henry, MJ Rodriguez, Bradley Whitford, Tariq Trotter, Judith Light and Vanessa Hudgens, will mark Miranda’s directorial debut. In 2001, Miranda, then 21, was writing in the heights When He Participated in the Off-Broadway Revival Tick, tick… BOOM! In 2014, Miranda, who would later say that Rent Inspired him to start writing music, portraying John in a two-week Encore! Production Tick, tick… BOOM!
Tick, tick… BOOM!, with a screenplay by Steven Levenson, based on Larson’s music and choreography by Ryan Heffington, is produced by Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, Julie Oh and Miranda, with Celia Costas, Julie Larson and Levenson executive producers.
Watch the trailer above and check out the main art below.
The first single from the film’s official soundtrack titled “30/90” is available. Here. Performed by Andrew Garfield and featuring additional vocals by Joshua Henry, Vanessa Hudgens, MJ Rodriguez, Alexandra Shipp and Robin de Jesus, the track is the main offering from the full soundtrack of music written by Jonathan Larson as heard in the film. .