The Beatles share video for ‘Let It Be’ with film available to stream on Disney+

The Beatles at The Beatles Story^ a museum in Liverpool about the Beatles and their history. Located on the historical Royal Albert Dock LIVERPOOL UNITED KINGDOM

The Beatles movie Let It Be is has returned to screens exclusively on Disney+, marking the first time it has been available in over 50 years.

Let It Be, first released in May 1970, has now been restored courtesy of Peter Jackson, whose Emmy Award-winning docuseries, The Beatles: Get Back showcased the iconic band’s influence in music history. Let It Be is directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg, and stars John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr, with a special appearance by Billy Preston. The film was produced by Neil Aspinall with The Beatles acting as executive producers, and contains footage not featured in Jackson’s Get Back docuseries.

To celebrate the release of Let it Be to Disney+, The Beatles have dropped a new music video for the title track which includes clips from the film, and unseen outtakes. You can take a look: here.

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