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    Ron Howard Will Direct A Beatles Documentary Based On Their Early Touring Years

    Ron Howard isn’t exactly known for his documentary work. He’s helmed all of one doc – 2013’s Jay-Z doc “Made in America,” but perhaps that’s enough. The Academy Award winner (“A Beautiful Mind”) is set to helm an authorized Beatles documentary for Apple, based on the first part of The Beatles’ caree...

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    11 Famous Musicians In 11 Forgotten Movies

    Half a century ago this month, “A Hard Day’s Night” came out, and musicians in the movies were never the same again. When The Beatles took to the big screen in Richard Lester’s anarchic film, playing themselves at the height of their fame, they were hardly the first famous musicians to make the move...

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    'A Hard Day's Night' Hits Hulu Plus: Here's Why You Need to Watch It

    Fifty years after its premiere, "A Hard Day's Night" returned to theaters in a newly restored version -- and now you can watch it on Hulu Plus.

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    The Beatles: 'A Hard Day’s Night' 50th Anniversary Release

    If you are a film or music fan, you most likely have already seen “A Hard Day’s Night” before, however, make a summertime date with the famous Fab Four, and see it again on the big screen, with the new restoration, at an art house cinema, and you really can’t go wrong.

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    NBC Developing Miniseries About The Beatles With 'Vikings' Creator Michael Hirst

    They're the most important band in the history of pop music, but The Beatles have surprisingly featured relatively little on screen. Obviously, they featured directly in the great "A Hard Day's Night," "Help" and "Yellow Submarine," but latter-day attempts to capture their stories or songs on screen...

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    NBC Developing an Eight-Episode Event Series on The Beatles

    Looking to break into miniseries in a big way, NBC is reportedly in development on an eight-episode TV show based on the iconic British band.

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    Beatles Classic 'A Hard Day's Night' Getting Nationwide Anniversary Release

    Pop culture phenomenon "A Hard Day's Night" opens nationwide this July 4th in a 50th Anniversary Re-Release. The film, starring The Beatles as wily, exuberant versions of themselves, has been digitally restored by the Criterion Collection.

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    How 'Good 'Ol Freda' Director Ryan White Turned A Home Movie Into A Theatrical Release (Hint: Beatles Music)

    We recently interviewed the "Good Ol' Freda" director Ryan White about how he got involved with the project, what he expected from the film – and how it exceeded his expectations.

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    SXSW Review: Is Beatles Secretary Story 'Good Ol' Freda' Really a Tell-All?

    There are two main ingredients that make "Good Ol' Freda," a documentary about The Beatles secretary Freda Kelly, stand out from countless other takes on the rise of the world's most iconic band: First of all, having worked for the group during its initial decade of existence but remained largely in...

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    How One SXSW Film Did the Impossible and Licensed Four Beatles Songs

    Ryan White's "Good Ol' Freda" is a film about Freda Kelly, the Beatles' longtime secretary. When it premieres in Austin, it will feature the Beatles singing "I Saw Her Standing There," "I Will," "I Feel Fine" and "Love Me Do."

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