Netflix has shared the first authority trailer for Lin-Manuel Miranda’s first time at the helm Tick, Tick? Boom! starring Andrew Garfield. The film musical adapts Pulitzer Prize-winning dramatist Jonathan Larson’s self-portraying stage show of the same name. The Rent genius emptied his heart into the pop-rock musical, which follows Jon, a struggling theater composer waiting tables in New York City while hoping to compose the following incredible musical.
Fans got their first great glance at Garfield and his star-studded cast members when Netflix released the first trailer for Tick, Tick? Boom! on June 10. The streaming goliath suitably distilled the film into the phrase “one man’s test of skill and endurance to make something extraordinary.” The essence of time is certainly common in the clasp. Watch the first full trailer underneath:
As the trailer ticks on, Jon’s test of skill and endurance picks up. A greater amount of the film’s glittering players like MJ Rodriguez are seen. Emmy Award winner Bradley Whitford, Tariq Trotter, and Emmy and Tony Award winner Judith Light balance the cast. Despite the fact that Miranda isn’t seen, his presence is clarified in the trailer with his name and logos for Hamilton and In the Heights flashing onscreen.
The teaser’s finale reveals that Tick, Tick?BOOM! will blast onto Netflix this fall. Between the powerhouse players both on and off-screen, which also includes Dear Evan Hansen author Steven Levenson, the creation is certainly set up to respect Larson’s inheritance. Musical theater fans can breathe easy knowing that the film transformation is in the hands of individual theater individuals. Also that fall 2021 is a fitting debut date, as Broadway itself will begin to shine its incredible lights indeed.