A parade of black SUVs filled with celebrities is an unusual thing to show up here, outside the Food Emporium near Manhattan’s 175th Street. About 200 people gathered near the United Palace, a 91-year-old theater with an ornate and gilded interior and a magnificent Art Deco stone facade. Photographers shouted at the young Latin American stars of the film, who posed on a yellow carpet in front of a fake bodega window with a fake fruit stand and cans of Bustelo coffee. The neighborhood was in turmoil. Was that Gayle King? Robert de niro? Bodegas owners and waiters at neighboring Dominican restaurants Malecon and El Conde Nuevo came out whenever they could get away from customers. A Mister Softee truck (a sort of villain of Miranda’s character in the movie, Piragua, who runs a cart selling flavored crushed ice) attempted to make sales. The police kept kindly asking the many people who were broadcasting live on their phones to stop staying on the streets. When two city buses in a row pulled up as singer Marc Anthony, who plays a lead character’s deadbeat dad, arrived and blocked their view of him, everyone screamed in dismay at the ‘unison.