How Choreographer Christopher Scott Helped Bring In the Heights to the Big Screen
At the point when the COVID-19 pandemic hit the U.S., it wasn't well before Christopher Scott got a call from Jon M. Chu. The arrival of In the Heights, the film variation of Lin-Manuel Miranda's breakout Broadway melodic, was being deferred. "My gut intuition was: This is the best thing to do," says Scott, an Emmy-designated choreographer most popular for his work on "So You Think You Can Dance." Both he and Chu, the movie's choreographer and chief, separately, felt emphatically that this was a film individuals should find in theaters, and at the time it was indistinct when cinemas would return.
Warner Bros. at last pushed the film's dramatic delivery back by an entire year, from June 2020 to June 2021, and declared designs to all the while make it accessible for gushing on HBO Max. With that date in sight, Scott is "significantly more energized now for individuals to see the film," he says. "It resembles we've had this little mystery we've been holding that we at last will tell individuals."
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