-Lin Manuel Miranda presenting tonight and his wife, Vanessa.
Both of you look stunning. Nice to see you.
-Thank you. Nice to see you, Ryan.
-You know, Lin, you were the topic of I think, what, three different documentaries at Sundance.
How did you do that? -I was -- I just know interesting people.
-Wow. You really are connected, Lin. -[ Laughs ]
-Because I'm really not the subject of any of them. -Right.
-I'm -- the one is about my dad... -Right.
-...who works harder than I ever will in my life.
-What kind of example has your father set for you?
-Well, listen, by being the laziest member of my family, I still get a lot done.
And I think the -- -You're the laziest member of your family?
-Yeah. -That's depressing for the rest of us.
-Yeah. And I think once people see the doc, they'll see me, and they'll go, "Oh, I understand everything now.
That guy is a lot." -Uh-huh. [ Laughs ]
We have -- We counted. We did our research -- 138 days until "In the Heights" hits theaters.
Vanessa's smiling big about that. -I know.
-Are you excited about it? And what has to happen between now and then?
-Well, we want the world to see this movie.
You know, this time 20 years ago, I was writing the first draft.
-You were 19. 19 years old. -I was 19, going on 20 when I wrote --
My sophomore year of college.
And the fact that we are gonna get to celebrate it -- you're gonna see Anthony Ramos later.
He is a movie star. He's amazing in the movie. -Yeah.
And we couldn't be more proud.
-How much of the original is in what we'll see on the screen?
-A lot of the songs, a lot of the story.
Quiara, who wrote the show with me, wrote the screenplay, so she's the one who's updated it.
And we're really proud of it. -That's exciting.
Well, have fun tonight. -Yeah. Thank you very much.
-Alright? You going out after?
-Uh, yeah. I'm gonna -- -Yeah.
-I mean, look at my wife. I'm gonna take her everywhere.
-[ Laughing ] -So it's amazing.
-Alright. Well, you should.
Have fun. Alright, good to see you.
Bye-bye, Vanessa. Take care.