Peter Jackson talks about new three-part documentary series "The Beatles: Get Back."
The singer is reportedly sharing the details of the legendary band's split.
Paul McCartney shares a photo of himself and late Beatles bandmate John Lennon, who was murdered in 1980.
The Beatles singer has a tree growing in his garden that he believes contains the spirit of the late George Harrison.
Patterson, ever the consummate storyteller, focuses much more on Lennon’s legacy, because, as he puts it, “As a character, [Chapman’s] not the most interesting."
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John Lennon's killer apologised to the singer's widow, Yoko Ono, calling the assassination an "extremely selfish act" for which he believes he "deserves" the death penalty. Mark David Chapman, 65, made the comments during a parole hearing last month which saw him denied parole for the 11th time since killing the former Beatles member in Manhattan in December 1980. Chapman shot the singer four times in the back as he and Ono walked into the Dakota Apartments building in the Upper West Side. According to a transcript of the parole hearing obtained by the PA news agency, Chapman told the parole board he killed Lennon, 40, for "self-glory" and claimed he thinks about the crime "all the time". The killer apologised to Lennon's family, saying: "I assassinated him... because he was very, very, very famous and that's the only reason and I was very, very, very, very much seeking self-glory, very selfish.
Pete Best put the past aside as he wished his Beatles replacement a happy birthday.
Josh Wolf and a host of other comedians used their coronavirus quarantining downtime to create a parody video of Gal Gadot’s instantly-viral “Imagine” video.The clip — featuring Jeffrey Ross, Sarah Colonna, Jon Ryan, Joey Fatone, Sinbad and Brittany Furlan, among others — starts out, “Imagine there’s no keto / you have to eat mostly carbs / I bought up all of the Purell / just to wash my car.”The rest of the lyrics make references to other hobbies and escapes enjoyed primarily by the wealthy, like dodging urban quarantines by heading to vacation homes or “only” having three cars. When Gadot posted her star-studded version of John Lennon’s “Imagine” Wednesday, one of the immediate criticisms was that it was tone-deaf for featuring rich celebrities who are quarantining in their large homes, recording themselves singing instead of making donations to relief efforts.Also Read: Let Gal Gadot, Mark Ruffalo, Kristen Wiig and More Sing 'Imagine' to Help You Forget Coronavirus (Video)“Hey guys, day 6 in self-quarantine, and I gotta say the past few days got me feeling a bit philosophical,” Gadot said when she posted the video earlier in the week. “You know this virus has affected the entire world, everyone. Doesn’t matter who you are, where you’re from, we’re all in this together.”Avery Pearson, one of the comedians in Saturday’s parody, mirrored that language when he posted the latest video: “We are all in this together,” he quipped.IMAGINE PARODY- we’re all in this together. @realjeffreyross @chelcielynnn @KingBach @MaryLynnRajskub @AveryFunny @sarahcolonna @JonRyan9 @ryansickler @JoshAdamMeyers @jeremiahstandup @realjoeyfatone @JadeCattaPreta @JessimaePeluso @sinbadbad @BrittanyFurlan @adamraycomedy pic.twitter.com/KZROo7b8ay— Josh Wolf (@joshwolfcomedy) March 21, 2020Read original story Comedians Join Forces to Parody Gal Gadot’s Star-Studded ‘Imagine’ Video: ‘Imagine There’s No Keto…’ At TheWrap
Singer James Taylor said, in his early days working on the Beatles's recording label, he was a "bad influence."
"Dad said to me if anything should happen to him in his life, a way in which he would communicate that he's OK... would be in the form of a white feather.”
A flying-saucer sketch by the late Beatle is among a lot of rare Lennon memorabilia up for auction March 30.
Ken Mansfield, former U.S. manager for Apple Records, recalls watching the momentous 1969 rooftop performance mere feet from the Fab Four
Jean-Marc Vallee is set to direct a film about John Lennon and Yoko Ono. Universal Pictures is in negotiations to option Anthony McCarten’s script with Michael De Luca Productions and Immersive Pictures producing. News first emerged in February that De Luca was collaborating with Yoko Ono for an untitled drama about Ono and her relationship with […]
The 76-year-old spoke about everything from his sexual exploits in the early days of the Beatles to his relationship with Kanye West today in a candid new interview.
While it was far from raunchy, Paul McCartney’s interview on Howard Stern’s SiriusXM show Wednesday morning did find the former Beatle in a revealing mood. Over the course of the 90-minute chat, the two talked quite a bit about McCartney’s days with the Beatles. Early on, Stern, who seemed a bit starstruck, discussed the long-running […]
John Lennon's murderer, Mark David Chapman, is up for parole for the 10th time, and as part of the process, he appears — looking smug — in a new mug shot.
Fifty years after John Lennon and Paul McCartney recorded what's known as the Beatles's "White Album," sons Sean Lennon and James McCartney got together for their own project.