‘The Beatles: Get Back,’ directed by Peter Jackson, has sparked a Beatle reunion.


The Beatles: Get Back, directed by Peter Jackson, has sparked a reunion of the Beatles’ family.

Thanks to Peter Jackson’s highly anticipated three-part documentary, The Beatles: Get Back, the Beatles family is reuniting right now.

Paul McCartney, his daughters Mary and Stella, Olivia and Dhani Harrison, John Lennon’s sons Julian and Sean, and Ringo Starr’s sons have all lent their support to the film all over the world.

Fans were already excited because of the documentary, but now they’re even more so because of these small reunions.

Many familiar faces were present at the London premiere of The Beatles: Get Back.

On the red carpet, Paul McCartney and his daughter Mary exchanged smiles before entering the Cineworld Empire theater to see a 100-minute cut of the six-hour documentary.

On Jackson’s film, Paul, the other remaining Beatle, Ringo Starr, and John Lennon’s widow, Yoko Ono, serve as producers.

However, Paul and Mary weren’t the only Beatle family members in attendance at the London premiere.

Pattie Boyd, George Harrison’s first wife, was in attendance, as was George’s only son Dhani Harrison, Ringo’s two sons Zak and Jason Starkey, and Giles Martin, the late-producer George Martin’s son.

According to the Daily Mail, Paul told the Sunday Times that watching the film brought back a lot of memories.

“I’ll tell you what’s really great about it: it shows the four of us having a great time, and it was incredibly reassuring to me.”

One of the most important aspects of The Beatles was our ability to make each other laugh.”

Paul’s perception of The Beatles’ breakup was altered after seeing the film.


The video evidence backs this up.

Because I bought into the dark side of The Beatles’ breakup and thought, “God, I’m to blame.” It’s easy to think that when the climate is going in that direction.

But there was this nagging feeling in the back of my mind that it wasn’t like that.

“All I needed was proof.”

George Harrison’s son claims his father was ‘nonchalant’ about leaving the Beatles.

At the documentary’s LA premiere, there were also some familiar faces.

The LA premiere was attended by Julian and Sean Harrison, Paul’s daughter Stella, and George Harrison’s widow Olivia Harrison.

Stella invited members of the Beatles’ family and other celebrities to the premiere of her Get Back Capsule Collection, which she launched in conjunction with the film.

Julian shared a photo of himself and his brother on Instagram, along with the news that he had…

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