The Trailer For 'The Beatles: Get Back' Fades With An In-Depth Look at Legendary Band's Final Live Performance
Fans of The Beatles were in awe when the trailer for Peter Jacksons upcoming Disney+ docuseries Get Back revealed new footage of the legendary band on Wednesday.
The Beatles: Get Back three-part special will reveal the Fab Four's fascinating songwriting process, friendship, and struggles. The crystal-clear restored footage was taken from the bands January 1969 recording session and subsequent final live performance in London.
The Disney+ docuseries, which is directed by the Oscar-winning Lord of the Rings director, shows how close the four musicians were while also highlighting the flaws in their relationship which would eventually result in the group breaking up in 1970.
In addition to the studio songwriting, the docuseries will demonstrate how The Beatles came up with and performed their last public performance, which took place on the rooftop of their Apple Corps headquarters on Jan. 30, 1969.
The Beatles: Get Back is a collaboration between The Fab Four and Jackson, produced by The Walt Disney Studios in association with Apple Corps Ltd. and WingNut Films Productions Ltd, and stars Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Yoko Ono Lennon, Olivia Harrison, among others.
Beginning on Nov. 25, The Beatles: Get Back will be available over three days, exclusively on Disney+.
Watch the trailer for the docuseries below.