The Beatles-related 2021 documentary series Get Back and McCartney 3,2,1 have been nominated for eight Emmy awards.
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Peter Jackson’s documentary The Beatles: Get Back is to stream exclusively on Disney+ in November 2021.
Film director Peter Jackson has unveiled a ‘sneak peek’ at his forthcoming documentary The Beatles: Get Back.
Peter Jackson’s long-awaited Beatles documentary, The Beatles: Get Back, has been delayed until 2021, according to its worldwide distributor Disney.
The long-awaited Beatles documentary by The Lord Of The Rings director Peter Jackson will receive a cinema release in the USA and Canada on 4 September 2020, with global …
The Beatles have announced a new film collaboration with director Peter Jackson, focusing on the January 1969 sessions for Let It Be.
A new video for Ringo Starr’s song Give More Love has been released.
A new official video for George Harrison’s 1970 song ‘What Is Life’ has been released.
Sir Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr were among celebrities attending the world premiere of the Ron Howard film The Beatles: Eight Days A Week – The Touring Years.
The Beatles’ best-selling 1 compilation has been reissued globally in a variety of editions, with remixed audio and fully restored and enhanced video clips.
The Beatles are to release a remixed edition of their bestselling 1 singles collection and restored versions of their promotional films.
Paul McCartney is working on an animation adaptation of his children’s book High In The Clouds.
Simon Cowell’s Syco Entertainment production company is to co-produce a film adaptation of The Fifth Beatle, Vivek Tiwary’s graphic novel based on the life of Beatles manager Brian Epstein.
The Beatles have announced a new documentary focusing on the group’s first live shows through to their final concert in San Francisco in August 1966.
Sir Paul McCartney was among the guests at a screening of the newly-restored 1967 Beatles film Magical Mystery Tour.
The Beatles’ 1967 television film Magical Mystery Tour is to be reissued on DVD and Blu-ray on 8 October 2012 (9 October in the US).
A number of celebrities turned out for the world premiere of Sir Paul McCartney’s videos for his new single ‘My Valentine’.
Martin Scorsese’s 2011 documentary George Harrison: Living In The Material World is to be released in North America on 1 May 2012.
The Beatles’ 1968 animated feature film Yellow Submarine is to be reissued in May on DVD and Blu-ray.
A project to raise money for a documentary telling the story of Freda Kelly, The Beatles’ friend and fan club secretary, has raised its target of $50,000 following a …