‘Hamilton’ Filmed on Broadway Is Coming to Disney+ This Summer

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Lin-Manuel Miranda and Disney have a lockdown surprise for us this week, announcing that the highly anticipated Hamilton movie is coming to Disney + very soon.

This is the best news we’ve heard. Keep scrolling to find out all the details and when the movie will be hitting screens…

The on-demand, ad-free streaming service created by The Walt Disney Company landed on November 12th, and Disney fans all over the world couldn’t be happier.

With Disney Plus, subscribers can watch thousands of Disney movies and TV series from their devices – smart TVs, phones, laptops, tablets, and gaming consoles all included.

We all know that guy, don’t we?

Even more so than your old DVD collection. Whether you’re a self-confessed Marvel geek, the more retro kind of Disney fan who opts for the ’90s classics, or you simply want to binge the entirety of High School Musical (guilty), Disney Plus can make it happen.

Or $6.99 a month for all those commitment-phobes out there, it’s a pretty sweet deal, to say the least.

So you can get your Disney fix at any time, anywhere.

Netflix and chill is out

And Disney Plus and cuddle is in.

Many have been turning to Disney + to help pass the time.

From old classics to live-action renditions, we’re truly spoilt for choice.

There’s tons of Marvel movies to get our teeth into too!

We were not expecting this.

A Hamilton movie is dropping a year earlier than expected…

The hit musical is heading to our screens very soon, skipping theaters to have its premiere on Disney +.

And was shot at the Richard Rodgers Theatre in New York City in June 2016.

Lin-Manuel Miranda, who created the smash-hit stage production, teased its release on a recent appearance on Live with Kelly and Ryan.

“It’ll be sooner rather than later.”

“In these times, to tell a story of people uniting together against forces of adversity I think is quite relevant and also quite important,” Iger said.

As well as Daveed Diggs, Renée Elise Goldsberry, Leslie Odom, Jr., Christopher Jackson, Jonathan Groff, Phillipa Soo, Jasmine Cephas Jones, Okieriete Onaodowan, and Anthony Ramos.

This is sure to cure all those lockdown-induced blues.

“This made my whole week! I am so excited…Thank You.”

Mark your calendars… Hamilton will be heading to our screens on July 3. Disney have recently been mocked for a huge CGI error in one of their movies. Keep scrolling for the story…