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Beatles royalties and celebs praise the new Beatles Get Back documentary

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The Beatles’ family members took to the red carpet for the VIP screening of The Beatles: Get Back at Cineworld Leicester Square in London.

It was a family affair at the London premiere of The Beatles: Get Back, the three-part documentary series that will offer Beatles fans an intimate glimpse of the band’s most pivotal recording sessions. Former Beatle Paul McCartney attended the premiere on Tuesday, Nov. 16 with daughter Mary. The 79-year-old musician was all smiles as he posed with his photographer daughter on the red carpet.

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George Harrison’s son, Dhani Harrison, says his dad would be very happy to see what Peter Jackson has achieved in this new documentary that covers the band’s 1969 sessions.

Also present was Dhani’s girlfriend Mereki Beach, Zak Starkey (Ringo Starr’s son), musicians Noel Gallagher, Gem Archer and Guy Pratt, as well as the producers Jonathan Clyde and Giles Martin.

Zak Starkey attends the UK Premiere of “The Beatles: Get Back” at Cineworld Empire on November 16, 2021 in London, England.

Paul McCartney, appears in good spirits as he is joined by daughter Mary at the premiere of documentary The Beatles: Get Back

Beatles family members and celebrity guests speak about the infamous band and about the new documentary about the Beatles ‘Get Back’ which covers the band’s 1969 sessions.

JOHN LENNON's first-born son Julian Lennon has shared his emotional reaction to Peter Jackson's new miniseries, The Beatles: Get Back.

November 25 marks the release of the first episode of The Beatles: Get Back on Disney+. The six-hour three-parter features tons of unseen footage and audio of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr during their 1969 recording sessions of their last album Let It Be. A special premiere of the new documentary took place in Hollywood last week attended by friends and family of the Fab Four.

Alongside Stella McCartney and Olivia Harrison, were John’s sons Julian Lennon and Sean Ono Lennon.

Julian’s mother was the Beatle’s first wife Cynthia Powell and Sean’s is his second Yoko Ono.

Now his firstborn has shared his reaction to The Beatles: Get Back with an emotional message on his Instagram.

“The One True thing I can say about it all, is that it has made me so proud, inspired & feel more love for My/Our family, than ever before... And the film has made me love my father again, in a way I can’t fully describe... Thank you to All who had a hand, in bringing this project to fruition… Life Changing.”

Hollywood actor Martin Freeman told The Beatles are still "the biggest and the best" band in the world, at a preview screening of a new documentary about the band.

Celebrities - including Noel Gallagher - joined friends and relatives of the Fab Four in Leicester Square on Tuesday evening, to mark the launch of Peter Jackson's three-part documentary series about the band.

Emmy and Bafta winner Martin Freeman - best known for his role in Peter Jackson's film series The Hobbit - praised The Beatles as the most important band in pop culture history.

"They're still the biggest and best band in the world, I don't think they've ever been surpassed. There have been amazing bands and amazing artists before and since, but no one has had the same effect as The Beatles on human consciousness. Nobody."

Oasis singer-songwriter Noel Gallagher took time to praise the Liverpool band on the red carpet today.

The Britpop icon has often spoken about his love for The Beatles, and how they inspired his own music.

"I'm sure I'll shed a little tear towards the end. We'll be freeze-framing the film and analysing it forensically for all it's worth...it's what we've been doing with their tunes for years", he said.

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