Just in time for everyone to freak out about Lin-Manuel Miranda leaving “Hamilton,” New York has criminalized ticket bots to make it a little easier to get tickets. Maybe.
Most of us have resigned ourselves to never seeing “Hamilton” in this lifetime, but Lin-Manuel Miranda himself says that it doesn’t have to be that way. He wants to fight the ticket robots together so us lowly non-celebs can buy them before they’re resold for half the price of a new car.
A couple of weeks ago, we found that Star Trek paired up with Hamilton was quite a bit of fun, and now, we’re discovering that Batman works just as well.
If you’re like us, you’re either obsessed with Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton, or have some friend who’s been talking about it non-stop. Jackson Lanzing went and mashed up the musical with 2009's Star Trek, and it’s pure gold.
These days, you can’t go anywhere without hearing about Lin-Manuel Miranda’s smash Broadway musical Hamilton. He also wrote the music in Maz Kanata’s bar in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. And now, this multi-talented actor, musician and writer is about to book a major movie role.
Here's some interesting context for Hamilton's watch: they recycled the design from a clock they originally made for 2001: A Space Odyssey. Director Stanley Kubrick was notoriously pernickety about design, so what was good for him is good for us.
Ok, we know bad things can happen when the general public use tasers, but cops tasing a guy and setting him on fire? No... really? Apparently the 31-year-old in question was causing a disturbance in an apartment in Hamilton, Ontario, recently, and three police officers attended. Whatever happened after that, the…