Hulu, which has the rights to show the new Ron Howard-directed Beatle film Eight Days A Week – The Touring Years, has begun uploading some extracts ahead of it being available to stream live from September 17.
There are five of these so far. First up is “How The Beatles Fought Segregation”:
Also, “When Paul Met John”:
A Whoopi Goldberg memory of seeing the Beatles at Shea Stadium:
The Beatles describe their writing process:
And a very fast fan summary of who they like best, and why:
Of course, the best way to see Eight Days A Week: The Touring Years will be on the big screen in the cinema where, as a bonus, the film will be accompanied by screenings of a newly-restored version of The Beatles At Shea Stadium – 30 minutes of rare footage from the historic 1965 concert:
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Eight Days A Week: The Touring Years premieres in cinemas in the U.S. on September 16, in the U.K., France, Germany and Australia on September 15, and in Japan on September 22.