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“I know how I feel about wanting my children to do better, and maybe putting undo pressure on them sometimes,” he said. “I knew what this family was grappling with.”
To earn the role, Smits said he put together clips of him singing in everything he could find.
“We were scrambling putting together little video clips of me singing ‘Duke of Earl’ with Dennis Franz in the squad car or a little song flourish in ‘West Wing,’ “he said. “It wasn’t heavy lifting on the musical thing. But I still had to kind of convince them that I could do it.”
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The film adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “In The Heights” is now in theaters and on HBO Max. The creator of “Hamilton” and the director of “Crazy Rich Asians” invite you to a cinematic event, where the streets are made of music and little dreams become big… “In the Heights.”
Lights up on Washington Heights…The scent of a cafecito caliente hangs in the air just outside of the 181st Street subway stop, where a kaleidoscope of dreams rallies this vibrant and tight-knit community.
At the intersection of it all is the likeable, magnetic bodega owner Usnavi (Anthony Ramos), who saves every penny from his daily grind as he hopes, imagines and sings about a better life. “In the Heights” fuses Lin-Manuel Miranda’s kinetic music and lyrics with director Jon M. Chu’s lively and authentic eye for storytelling to capture a world very much of its place, but universal in its experience.
The cast of “In The Heights” features Anthony Ramos, Leslie Grace, Corey Hawkins, Melissa Barrera, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Daphne Rubin-Vega, Dascha Polanco, Stephanie Beatriz, Gregory Diaz IV, Olga Meridez, and Jimmy Smits.
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Regardless of gender or race, white girl dancing is a joy to behold and perform. The trend started on TikTok, where creators tried to emulate the liberating joy that white women seem to embody after a few drinks.
In one of the first white girl dance videos, creator Elijah McWilliams posted a TikTok of himself dancing in a laundry room captioned, “Sometimes you’ve just gotta stop and white girl it out.” He paired it with Calvin Harris and Disciples’ 2015 song, “How Deep Is Your Love,” a club bop made for white girl dancing.
Since McWilliams posted his video on May 8, the tag #whitegirldance accrued 61.4 million views. There are roughly 140,000 videos on the platform that use the song “How Deep Is Your Love,” and 111,500 that use another uploaded version of it. The white girl dance trend set the mood for the summer.