The Beatles’ “Get Back” premieres on Disney + in November. “Get Back” is Jackson’s reboot from the movie “Let It Be”. Paul McCartney has always despised the film because he felt it was being shown in a negative light.
“Let It Be” was intended to record the Beatles in the studio, but instead recorded their division. It was shot before the release of the Beatles’ latest album “Abbey Road”, but was released after.
Beatles survivors Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, along with the mansion of John Lennon and George Harrison, have been sent to New Zealand director Peter Jackson (The Lord of the Rings) to piece together the story. Gave unprecedented access to the tape.
‘Get Back will premiere on Disney + on November 25, 2021.
The official announcement is as follows:
Walt Disney Studios, Apple Corps Ltd. and WingNut Films Productions Ltd. announced today that Disney + will bring Peter Jackson’s original Disney + documentary series The Beatles: Get Back to fans and music lovers around the world. ..
Due to the sheer volume of footage Peter Jackson has devoted to restoration and editing over the past three years, The Beatles: Get Back is presented in three separate episodes. Each episode lasts approximately 2 hours and will only be available on Disney + for 3 days, November 25, 26 and 27, 2021.
Bob Eiger, Executive Chairman and President of The Walt Disney Company, said: “This stunning collection of never-before-seen footage is one of the most iconic and culturally influential groups to date, a close friendship, genius songwriting, and it delivers impact without a whole new way. The Beatles: “Get Back” with fans from all over the world. “
Peter Jackson commented: “In many ways, the remarkable images of Michael Lindsay-Hogg captured several stories. A story of friends and individuals. It is a story of human weakness and divine partnership. Such is the social situation at the beginning of 1969. A detailed description of the creative process of creating iconic songs under pressure, sets in, but it is not nostalgia, it is raw, honest and human. It takes more than 6 hours. You can get to know The Beatles with an intimacy that was never possible before. “
He added: “I am very grateful to The Beatles, Apple Corps and Disney for presenting this story with such precision. I have been immersed in this project for almost three years and have seen viewers around the world. I can’t wait to finally see this project. “
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