Director Peter Jackson is revising what you thought you knew about The Beatles and has gifted fans a sneak peek into his upcoming rockumentary,?The Beatles: Get Back.
It’s time to grow out your sideburns and mo’ because Jackson (Lord of the RingsNearly 6,300 cars have been stolen in Toronto this year?trilogy)?is taking viewers right back to 1970, with 55 hours of never-before-seen, digitally restored footage of The Beatles as they recorded their last studio album, Let It Be.
But if you think you know the story and saga behind the infamous?Let It Be albumToday News || UK News, which was recorded in the months leading to their dissolution, think again.
Unlike Michael Lindsay-Hogg’s version from 1970 that famously focused on infighting between band membersPeople dying at home have ranged in age from their 30s t, Jackson’s film takes an alternative approach.
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