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The Beatles Get Back Trailer

Today, Peter Jackson revealed a five-minute look The Beatles: Get Back, a new documentary that makes up 60 hours of unseen footage (filmed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg) and more than 150 hours of unheard sound from Fab Four as they planned their first live show in over two years, as well as their 1970 album Recording, Let it be. Clock The Beatles: Get Back trailer below.

The Beatles Get Back Trailer

“We wanted to give The Beatles fans around the world a holiday gift, so we put together this short five-minute presentation of our upcoming theatrical film. The Beatles: Get Back“, Said Peter Jackson, about the trailer you see above. “We hope it will bring a smile on all sides and a much-needed joy at this difficult time.” To be fair, Jackson also says that this isn’t really a trailer and I think he’s right – it’s more of a music video. But he does the job and suggests something that will be extremely fun.

The Beatles: Get Back is Jackson’s new documentary that will include over 60 hours of unseen footage (filmed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg) and over 150 hours of unheard sound, all of which have been restored. The document is described as “the story of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr, as they plan their first live show in over two years and present the writing and rehearsal of 14 new songs, originally intended to launch a live accompaniment. album. The film features – for the first time in its entirety – the latest live performance by the Beatles, the unforgettable concert on the roof of Savile Row in London, as well as other classical songs and compositions featured on the band’s last two albums, Abbey Road and Let it be. “

“Working on this project was a joyful discovery. I was privileged to be a fly on the wall while the greatest band of all time works, sings and creates masterpieces, ”Jackson said when the project was announced. “I am delighted that Disney has stepped up as our distributor. “No one is better off seeing our film than the largest number of people.”

Paul McCartney added: “I am really glad that Peter has entered our archives to make a film that shows the truth about recording The Beatles together. The friendship and love between us comes and reminds me of how crazy beautiful time we had ”.

At one point, the plan was to release the film in September this year, but in June it was announced that the documentary would arrive in 2021 – August 27, 2021, as confirmed by this latest trailer. He also points out that the film is being released in cinemas and not just going straight to Disney +.

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