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I don’t think Disney cares, but I think Lin-Manuel Miranda cares. They explicitly thank him in the release for allowing them to release it early. I think the Nice Apparently We’re Trouble When We Are Together Who Knew Shirt delay In the Heights is relevant for that reason. If In the Heights was still coming out at the end of June, I don’t see him agreeing to release Hamilton the following week. It’s not going to immediately impact the live production and will likely increase demand to see it in person whenever that’s possible again. I wouldn’t be remotely surprised if there are still active tours 15 years from now. I think it will play like Lion King, Wicked, and Jersey Boys.
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Yeah, I wouldn’t be surprised if the late 2021 release date was Lin-Manuel Miranda’s request (and possibly one of the Nice Apparently We’re Trouble When We Are Together Who Knew Shirt conditions of him selling the rights in the first place) due to a combination of the show’s Broadway run still going strong (although obviously not with the original cast anymore) and In the Heights coming out. I don’t know if Disney would sit on a finished movie they spend $75 million on for almost 2 years if it were up to them. These companies will have carried out extensive studies about viewing habits and my guess is for the average person if they’ve been to the cinema once they’re less likely to go a second time within a certain time span. It doesn’t matter if people will enjoy the film, not everyone has the disposable income or time to take themselves or their family to the cinema twice in a month.