Peter Jackson’s ‘Get Back’ Documentary Sold Out IMAX Shows

The Beatles Let It Be

Before Peter Jackson’s The Beatles: Back, the 1969 “Let it Be” recording sessions were notoriously miserable. The historical consensus is that the four band members’ egos grew too large for them to work together as they once did and ultimately contributed significantly to the band’s disbandment the following year.

However, Come back refute a lot of that. The nearly nine-hour Disney Plus documentary features extended remastered footage of the original Let it be the movie, shows that despite the tense moments (especially in the beginning), the overall mood is much friendlier and more relaxing than we might believe.

The finale saw the famous ‘concert on the rooftop’ atop Apple Corps headquarters Savile Row in London, with Jackson using a split screen to show us the concert in sync with the reaction. response from surprised Londoners below. That forms the center of new 60-minute IMAX cutsknown as The Beatles: Get Back – Rooftop Performance.

It landed on IMAX screens in the US and UK yesterday to sell out audiences, with The Hollywood Reporter revealed a multi-pack house special event in 70 locations, bringing in more than half a million dollars at the box office, and IMAX International president Megan Colligan praised fans for increasing their numbers.

“Peter Jackson put this together so you can see the concert in full glory, and the sheer number of people in attendance shows the power of coming together in one theater even though it’s on Disney. Plus.”

beatles get it back

If you missed yesterday’s screening, you’ll still have a chance to see it, as it returns over the weekend of February 11-13. Tickets are selling out fast, so if you want to If you have the chance to see one of the most famous performances in rock history in the best possible way, then this is your chance.

The Beatles: Back streaming on Disney Plus. Peter Jackson’s ‘Get Back’ Documentary Sold Out IMAX Shows


Aila Slisco is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Aila Slisco joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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