According to Daedline, ‘tick, tick… BOOM!’ will be the opening film of AFI fest on November 10. It will also get a theatrical run on November 12, before arriving on Netflix November 19.
Lin-Manuel Miranda’s feature directorial debut, tick, tick…BOOM! from Netflix will be the opening-night world premiere on November 10 at the TCL Chinese Theatre. It will kick off the fest that runs through November 14 and use a hybrid model featuring both in-person screenings and events in L.A. as well as virtual screenings.
It will be in select theaters on November 12 and on Netflix starting November 19.
According to Deadline, Andrew, along with Daisy Edgar-Jones, will star in an adaptation of ‘Under The Banner Of Heaven’. Read more at the link.
FX has ordered a limited series based on Jon Krakauer’s Mormon crime drama Under the Banner of Heaven with Andrew Garfield and Daisy Edgar-Jones starring.
The series, which is for FX on Hulu, is created by Academy Award-winner Dustin Lance Black (Milk) with Hell or High Water helmer David Mackenzie directing.
The book follows a devout detective, whose faith is tested as he investigates a brutal murder that seems to be connected to an esteemed Utah family’s spiral into LDS fundamentalism and their distrust in the government.
The Amazing Spider-Man star Garfield will play Pyre, an elder of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS), otherwise known as Mormons, who is committed to his Church and family but begins to question some of the Church’s teachings through his contact with a suspected murderer.
Normal People star Edgar-Jones play as Brenda, a young faithful Mormon who is the victim of a brutal murder.
Andrew was on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon last night to promote ‘Mainstream’. They talked about ‘Tick, Tick… Boom!’ and viral videos among other things. You can see clips below and a still in the gallery.
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