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Beatles

Yesterday (Trailer)

Yesterday (Trailer)

Danny Boyle’s new film starts out like 28 Days Later – with its protagonist out cold, waking up to a strange universe. But instead of zombies in London, he discovers he’s the only one who knows The Beatles. Naturally, when he sings, everyone thinks he’s a brilliant songwriter.

Klaatu: The Canadian Beatles

Klaatu: The Canadian Beatles

In 1976, just a few years after the Beatles disbanded, a British journalist published an article about a band named Klaatu. The writer was almost convinced that they were actually the Beatles. Even without today’s social media, the hype train left the station.

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The Beatles Aging Together

The Beatles Aging Together

Watch the Fab Four go from fresh-faced youth down to two remaining knights as their hits play in the background. YouTuber Angel Nene says they used dozens of photos from different sources to create the morphing effect. Cue the Sir Paul McCartney conspiracy theorists.

LEGO Yellow Submarine

LEGO Yellow Submarine

The latest LEGO set to go from fan concept to production on LEGO Ideas is The Beatles iconic, psychedelic yellow submarine, along with perfect minifig versions of John, Paul, George, and Ringo, who can all ride inside. The 550 piece set drops 11/16 for $60.

Let It Be

Let It Be

“Well I find myself in trimes of travel…” A so-bad-it’s-good cover version of The Beatles’ 1970 classic, as performed by a choir of Russian sailors, highlighted by the marble-mouthed vocal stylings of their lead singer, and an ample dose of hat waving.

Eight Days a Week (Teaser)

Eight Days a Week (Teaser)

Director Ron Howard (Apollo 13, A Beautiful Mind) takes us back to the Fab Four’s brief but revolutionary takeover of rock and roll, and music in general. Featuring lots of never-before-seen footage and interviews with Sir Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr.

The Beatles Live in HD

The Beatles Live in HD

For the past month, the Beatles’ official Vevo account has been uploading high definition videos of some of their live performances. These videos and more are available in 4K resolution in the Beatles 1 video collection.

Electric Submarine T-Shirt

Electric Submarine T-Shirt

The Beatles meet the Muppets in this whimsical tee by artist James Hance, which envisions a world in which Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem take a psychedelic trip under the sea. We’re assuming that Sam the Eagle plays a Blue Meanie in this version.

David Gilmour: Here, There…

David Gilmour: Here, There…

Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour covered The Beatles’ Here, There and Everywhere¬†for the bonus compilation CD of Mojo magazine’s October issue. Gilmour also contributed to five other tracks in the compilation.

With a Little Help from My Fwends

With a Little Help from My Fwends

The Flaming Lips (and friends) apply their unique low-fi fuzz sound to this track-for-track remake of The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. Stream the album at NPR, or buy it and support animal charity The Bella Foundation.

Paperback Writer x My Sharona

Paperback Writer x My Sharona

Mark Vidler mashed up the lyrics of the Beatles’ Paperback Writer with the music from the Knack’s My Sharona. We know both songs too well for the mix to work its charm on us, but we love how well-made it is.

The Beatles: Words of Love

The Beatles: Words of Love

Another music video for a song released half a century ago. Featuring old footage of The Beatles mixed with animated graphics. A promo for the Fab Four’s On Air: Live on BBC Vol. 2. You can also get both sets in one bundle.

Yellow Submarine (Blu-ray)

Yellow Submarine (Blu-ray)

Return to Pepperland with the Blu-ray release of The Beatles’ classic animated film. The trippy film was restored in 4K digital resolution by hand, frame by frame, by Triage Motion Picture Services.

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I Met the Walrus

I Met the Walrus

An award-winning short film based on a 1969 guerrilla interview with John Lennon by Jerry Levitan, who was then only 14-years old. Audio of the entire interview is included in Levitan’s book.

Beatles Re-dubbed

Beatles Re-dubbed

YouTube user St.SandersMisc works his magic on the Beatles’ music video for Help and ends up with The Heatless, and their catchy albeit nonsensical hit song, “And Your Wife”. Ringo, do the face!

Trailer: Nowhere Boy

Trailer: Nowhere Boy

Nowhere Boy takes us to 1955 Liverpool, where the fledgling genius of smart and troubled 15 year old John Lennon finds a kindred spirit in the teenage Paul McCartney in the world of rock n’ roll.

Zombie Beatles: Paul is Undead

Zombie Beatles: Paul is Undead

Alan Goldsher’s Paul is Undead weaves a tale of zombie Beatles, zombie-killer Mick Jagger, vampire Pete Best and ninja(?) Yoko Ono. McCartney is looking a little green around the gills these days.

Mega64: The Beatles Rock Band

Mega64: The Beatles Rock Band

The Beatles have had an extremely long musical half-life, but Mega64 injects a little extra steam into the fab four in The Beatles Rock Band thanks to a special guest star.

Video: Love Project

Video: Love Project

The Fab Four becomes the Fab 156 with Starbucks’ Love Project; musicians from 156 countries sang The Beatles’ “All You Need Is Love” at exactly the same time on December 7, 2009.

Storming Abbey Road Tee

Storming Abbey Road Tee

History may have been different had Darth McCartney and his troopers been Storming Abbey Road instead of The Fab Four; Here Comes The Death Star and Darth Sidious’ Garden, anyone?

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Funny: Beatles 3000

Funny: Beatles 3000

Set a thousand years in the future, Beatles 3000 could use a bit more research; Scottie Pippen is the fourth Beatle, they win the Superbowl in Shea Stadium, and Ringo is still forgotten.

Rock Band Yoko Ono

Rock Band Yoko Ono

Yoko Ono takes an avant garde-axe to John Lennon and company with this brilliantly hilarious Rock Band Beatles parody, which envisions freshman Fab Four playing Call of Duty 4.

The Beatles: Abbey Road

The Beatles: Abbey Road

Available this week: Abbey Road is a must-download DLC for The Beatles: Rock Band fans, with five tracks for $17 on the PS3 and Xbox 360 and six tracks a-la-carte on the Wii.

Abbey Road Remastered

Abbey Road Remastered

Due out 9/9/09, Abbey Road Remastered is the result of a four year effort that used new tech alongside vintage equipment; the result is the highest fidelity Beatles catalog ever.

Ringo Wants To Sing More

Ringo Wants To Sing More

Poor, poor, Ringo: any fan of The Beatles knows that he was the odd man out; College Humor puts the fourth Fab Four’s plight into focus with Ringo Wants To Sing More.

The Beatles: Rock Band

The Beatles: Rock Band

The Fab Four’s yellow submarine finally comes home with The Beatles: Rock Band; we’re loving both the nostalgia-inducing gameplay and the trippy goo goo g’joob cinematic trailer.

Beatles Rock Band Guitars

Beatles Rock Band Guitars

In addition to all the goodies in The Beatles: Rock Band Limited Edition, two custom guitars will also be available for $99 a pop on 9/9: a Gretsch Duo-Jet and Rickenbacker 325.

T-Mobile Sing-along

T-Mobile Sing-along

Feel better about your Monday with this T-Mobile Sing-along, which is guaranteed to uplift your spirits; over 13,500 folks gather in Trafalgar Square in London to sing The Beatles’ Hey Jude.

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