If you've never had the opportunity to see "Hamilton," now is your chance: Lin-Manuel Miranda's award-winning musical about Alexander Hamilton is coming to Disney+ on July 3.
Miranda, who earned a Pulitzer Prize for writing the Broadway musical, told "Good Morning America" that the movie was shot in 2016 at New York City's Richard Rodgers Theatre and will feature the original cast.
Initially, Miranda starred as Hamilton, Leslie Odom Jr. played Aaron Burr and Daveed Diggs took on the roles of the Marquis de Lafayette and Thomas Jefferson.
"It was basically a three-day film shoot with the best-rehearsed cast in the history of the movies because we had all been doing the show for a year at this point," Miranda said. "I'm really glad we had the luxury to basically shoot an independent film in our first year and now the world can see what it felt like to be in that room."
How to stream Hamilton on Disney+: Anyone with a Disney+ account can access the movie on July 3. No end date has been announced. For those who still have yet to sign up, Disney+ costs $6.99/month or $69.99/year. There is also a bundle featuring Disney+, ESPN+ and Hulu for $12.99/month.
Catch more "GMA" interviews with the cast here:
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Renee Elise Goldsberry, Phillipa Soo and Jasmine Cephas Jones originally played the Schuyler Sisters in the Broadway musical. The trio shared a dressing room and would often break out in song, harmonizing together backstage.
"We would sing anything that was happening in three-part harmony," Goldsberry said.
Goldsberry said the Disney+ film was "breathtaking." "I find it a revelation to the last moment and you'll know what I mean when you see this movie. That even at the very last moment, you think it's over, but it's not," Goldsberry explained. "The last moment of the film is probably the most breathtaking moment of the entire film and that's Phillipa Soo. I won't give it away. I won't spoil it."
WATCH: Daveed Diggs, who starred in the original Broadway production as both Thomas Jefferson and Marquis de Lafayette, talks about what fans can expect from 'Hamilton' on Disney+
WATCH: Leslie Odom Jr., who played Aaron Burr, talks about 'Hamilton' on Disney+
"The fact that four years later, we get to revisit it and get to touch that thing that we made, it's a really rare gift. I've very grateful," Odom, who won a Tony for his role, said.
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