"At the time, I was just working with this bloke John," says Paul McCartney in the UK trailer for upcoming rock doc series McCartney 3,2,1.
Peter Jackson has gone full Hobbit again: His upcoming The Beatles documentary Get Back has been retooled into a three-part, six-hour series.
The former Eastenders star about to hit the big time, starring in Danny Boyle blockbuster 'Yesterday' in which he plays a man who wakes up after an accident to find he is the only person who remembers The Beatles and their music.
In spite of small screen success via multiple TV shows, Rupert is yet to make his big screen debut. Though some 35 years ago, a Beatle came close.
Unseen footage of the Beatles having fun and larking around on the set of their 1965 movie ‘Help!’ in the Austrian Alps has emerged after being stored in a garage for more than half a century. The late actor Leo McKern – best known as Rumpole of the Bailey on ITV between 1978-92 – shot the unique footage, entitled ‘Snow Scenes’, while filming with the Fab Four on the Richard Lester-directed movie.
Every Beatles fans dream (well, mine at least) of owning the Fab Four in LEGO form will finally come true on 1 November when the Danish toy form releases a new set based on the 1968 animated film ‘Yellow Submarine’. The set, officially titled ‘LEGO® Ideas 21306 Yellow Submarine’, that goes on sale next month for £49.99 was designed by LEGO fan Kevin Szeto who originally submitted his design to the company’s crowd-sourcing design program Ideas.
“The Beatles: Eight Days a Week” may be available on Hulu, but many die-hard fans of the Fab Four still prefer to see John, Ringo, George, and Paul on the big screen. After two weeks in theaters, the look at the legendary rock band on the road, has earned $1.5 million. That’s a hefty result... <a href="http://variety.com/2016/film/news/beatles-eight-days-a-week-ron-howard-documentary-1201871901/" title="Read How Ron Howard’s Beatles Documentary Became a Breakout Hit">Read more »</a><img src="http://media.zenfs.com/en_US/Entertainment/Variety/pc17#038;c26035310#038;c310000#038;cv2.0#038;cj1" class="editorial"/>
Ron Howard's documentary will shine a light on the Fab Four as they tour the world in a whirlwind from 1962 until they quit playing live in 1966. In cinemas on 15 September.
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