Ringo about the new Let It Be era documentary
Sir Peter Jackson is working on a new movie based around The Beatles’ final album, Let It Be.
The as-yet-untitled film will draw on 55 hours of never-released footage of the band in the studio, and some 140 hours of recorded sound, all the material filmed and recorded between January 2 and January 31, 1969.
The Beatles Channel on Sirius XM recently published a Facebook video where Ringo Starr talks a bit about the old film as well as the upcoming one. He has been shown excerpts via Jackson’s iPad, and says that the new film will be a more upbeat film. He claims that filmmaker Michael Lindsay-Hogg made the film more downbeat by focusing on small moments of irritation rather that the mostly happy days of filming. “Prior to us doing that [the rooftop concert], we’re all hanging out, and it’s a lot of fun, lot of humour, and not like the one that came out.”