Howard Stern interviews Paul McCartney about Peter Jackson’s upcoming Beatles documentary

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“We’re obviously having fun together,” the Beatles bassist told Howard Stern about the footage from the Let It Be recording sessions found in Peter Jackson’s The Beatles: Get Back. “You can see we respect each other. It’s a joy to see it unfold.” (Image Courtesy: Forbes).

In a wide-ranging, hourlong phone interview with Howard Stern, Paul McCartney described his reaction to the early cut of Peter Jackson’s forthcoming The Beatles: Get Back (2020), according to Forbes. Edited together out of new footage from fifty-four hours of film shot in January 1969 as the Beatles were working on their last released album, Let It Be, Disney will distribute the Jackson film, but the release date is up in the air due to the coronavirus pandemic. Michael Lindsay-Hogg’s own documentary, Let It Be (1970), depicts the group as a conflicted band in the middle of a breakup, but McCartney disputes this angle and hopes The Beatles: Get Back will set the record straight.

Author: Hunter Goddard

I’m related to Paulette Goddard and Van Heflin, there’s one degree of separation between myself and Will Smith, Charlize Theron, and Jason Bateman, and Nicolas Cage once threatened to sue me.

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