Liam Gallagher of Oasis is the producer of The Longest Cocktail Party, the book book written by Apple Records' employee Richard DiLello about the Fab Four's final years. Michael Winterbottom has been signed as director.
Singer-songwriter Seth Swirsky has been heavily influenced and inspired by the Beatles, and using that inspiration he's put together a documentary in which people share their favorite, as the title suggests, Beatles stories. The trailer follows.
There are many Beatles fans who blame the meeting of John Lennon and Yoko Ono for the reason that the Fab Four went their separate ways, and now a movie is going to use that notion as a time traveling plot point.
Canadian woman becomes the first person in the world to graduate with a Masters degree in Beatles studies.
Photographer and Beatles friend Astrid Kirchherr is presenting a look back at over 70 unseen photos of the Beatles taken during their early years in Hamburg.
To help Ringo Starr celebrate his 70th birthday, Sir Paul McCartney took to the stage and performed the Beatles' classic rocker "Birthday" with him. Check out the video clip and ask yourself one question -- will the Jonas Brothers or Justin Bieber have that kind of reaction from th crowd decades from now?
Oasis' Liam Gallagher, who has never hidden his love for and influence by the Beatles has announced a biopic covering the band's final tumultuous chapter.
Ever hear an idea that sounds so moronic on the surface that you feel like you’ve no choice but to check it out? That is the response when one hears the book title Paul is Undead: The British Zombie Invasion, which postulates that the Beatles were… .well, zombies.
Check out this video that purports to be the opening credits for a "lost" animated series starring the Beatles during their Get Back/Abbey Road period, from Scabby Knee Productions.
Back in 1987 Sir Paul worked on and then didn't release the song "Return to Pepperland." Amazingly, even unfinished this track remains one of Paul's most infectious ever. An imaginative fan put this music video together for the song.
It's the classic Beatles album presented track by track in video form for no other reason than a splendid time is guaranteed for all.
When you cross the Beatles' "A Hard Day's Night" with George Romero's "Night of the Living Dead", the results are a bizarre hybrid that gives a whole new meaning to Beatlemania.
In England a musical is in development called "A Bard Day's Night," which postulates that the Beatles have traveled backwards in time to meet William Shakespeare. But that ISN'T the Fab Four's first encounter with the Bard.
Here's an odd little moment from history where the Beatles are involved in an interview with singer Dusty Springfield.
Based on the film of the same name, Backbeat is the Glasgow Citizen Theater's stage version of the early days of the Beatles, and Variety's Mark Fisher has reviewed the effort co-written and directed by Iain Softley.
Fan Company's annual "Most Innovative Companies" issue has honored the Beatles' Apple Corps. Ltd.
According to blogger Perez Hilton, there is apparently a video apps related to the Beatles on the way for iPad, iPhone and iTouch later this spring.
We received the following announcement from the Beatles tribute band Almost Fab: It's been a great month for us Beatles fans! Between the release of the Beatles Rock Band game, and the remastered CDs, there's been a lot to celebrate!
Somehow ye illustrious editor missed this terrific TV spot for the Beatles: Rock Band game, in which the Fab Four themselves are interacting with the crowd while crossing Abbey Road. Some terrific computer trickery is on display here.
With The Beatles: Rock Band only two days away from release, we're presenting a collection of videos, ranging from an intro by Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr to behind the scenes interviews on the game, trailers and song sequences from it. C'mon in! A splendid time is guaranteed for all.