New Trailer for Ron Howard's Doc 'The Beatles: Eight Days A Week'
"There's no switching off… You're on 24 hours a day." Studiocanal in the UK has debuted another new trailer for the Ron Howard documentary The Beatles: Eight Days A Week, including the subtitle The Touring Years. The documentary features stunning never-before-seen footage of the legendary band The Beatles touring all over the world during their most wild & famous years. We featured a trailer for this a few months ago, and the glimpse of footage in that was impressive to see, with even more in this latest trailer below. The film will follow the band from their early days of The Cavern Club in Liverpool to their last concert at Candlestick Park in San Francisco in 1966. As I said before, even though we all thought we've seen and heard enough of The Beatles, there's always more - and this looks like it's going to be so much fun.
Here's the new UK trailer for Ron Howard's doc The Beatles: Eight Days A Week, on YouTube:
Based on the first part of The Beatles' career (1962-1966) – the period in which they toured and captured the world’s acclaim. Ron Howard’s film will explore how John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr came together to become this extraordinary phenomenon, "The Beatles." It will explore their inner workings – how they made decisions, created their music and built their collective career together – all the while, exploring The Beatles' extraordinary and unique musical gifts and their remarkable, complementary personalities. The film will focus on the time period from the early Beatles’ journey in the days of The Cavern Club in Liverpool to their last concert at Candlestick Park in San Francisco in 1966. Eight Days a Week is directed by Ron Howard. Opens in theaters (+ Hulu) starting on September 16th.
Reader Feedback - 8 Comments
Is this film going to be subtitled for people that cant understand scousers :o)
LV 426 on Jul 28, 2016
Maybe they can convert their accents into proper English using a Liam Gallagher voice-over.
bumboclot on Jul 28, 2016
The Early Years stuff are my favorite. I don't hate the drug fueled hits, but it mostly sounds like garbled squawking to me.
DAVIDPD on Jul 28, 2016
Ah! Girls...So frail...so emotional.
tarek on Jul 28, 2016
As a huge Beatles fan, I'm not seeing anything new here or anything that hasn't already been covered before in countless other docs - aside from the new Paul and Ringo interviews. Still, as a huge Beatles fan - I'll check it out.
cuckoozey on Jul 28, 2016
I agree with you, although I doubt I will check it out until it comes around on cable and then I'll record it so I can fast forward my way through it; especially since I didn't much care for them until after they stopped touring. Now, the doc film I'd like to see is of them in the studio making the great albums and music they made during that period of time until they broke up. Sgt. Peppers, Magical Mystery Tour, The White Album and then Abbey Road. There has already been a film of the making of Let It Be and that was back in 1970 and you could see the tension and arguments that led to them disbanding. We won't see any of that because there is no footage of it.
Bo on Jul 28, 2016
What would be interesting is to see what happened behind the curtain between the Beach boys and the Beatles, as there was a fierce rivalry between them.
tarek on Jul 29, 2016
I hope Ron didn't just mail this in...I want to like it, but it's...thin.
stanfordcrane on Jul 28, 2016
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