A Marvel fan uses the Hamilton song to create Rogers: The Musical Tribute to Captain America.


A Marvel fan uses the Hamilton song to create Rogers: The Musical Tribute to Captain America.

Hawkeye has officially debuted on Disney(plus) today, and it’s a ton of fun for any Marvel Cinematic Universe fan. People couldn’t get enough of the reveal of Rogers: The Musical, a Broadway production based on the life of Steve Rogers, AKA Captain America, in the first teaser for the series. Fortunately, fans didn’t have to wait long to hear the song. Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner) takes his kids to attend the show in the first episode, which includes the instant classic “Save the City.” Given that Hawkeye only gave us one song from Rogers: The Musical, one Marvel fan decided to make their own musical treat. On Twitter, @LiamTCrowley blended some of Captain America’s most iconic scenes with Hamilton’s “History Has Its Eyes on You.”

The caption reads, “Rogers: the musical (my tribute).” Below is a link to a really well-edited clip: pic.twitter.com18FhU50Uls rogers: the musical (my tribute) Hawkeye writer Jonathan Igla previously told Variety, “It was one of the most exciting things.” “Every day on my commute, I drove past with my fiancée, Lisa Clam, who was also my show’s second-in-command. On our approach to the writers’ room, we’d pass a ‘Hamilton’ billboard every morning, and one morning I just thought, ‘Rogers: The Musical.’ We started talking about it, and it grew from there. One of the amazing things about working with Marvel is that if you have a tiny or medium-sized idea, which it started out as, I’d say, medium-sized, and you pitch it to them, everyone gets tickled and enthused by it. They’re eager to take it and run with it, making it even bigger, and I can’t wait for people to see it.” March Shaiman and Scott Wittman were both nominated for Academy Awards for their work on Mary Poppins Returns. Sleepless in Seattle, Patch Adams, and South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut also received nominations for Shaiman.

“I was sitting at an Academy Award banquet with Scott when someone grabs me on the shoulder and says, ‘Excuse me, Kevin Feige would love to meet you,'” she says. According to Marvel.com, Shaiman remarked. “I knew who Kevin was and was like, ‘Really, he wants to meet me?’ Kevin turns out to be a film score nerd. He began to discuss [the scores…]Summary of Entertainment News from Brinkwire.


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