Actors appear like the Beatles in film footage and resemblance is impressive

The movie Midas Man, about businessman Brian Epstein, revealed the first images of the Beatles in history. What impresses the audience is the similarity between actors and musicians.

The group in the feature has Jonah Lees (Letter to the King) as John Lennon; Blake Richardson (of the band New Hope Club) as Paul McCartney; Leo Harvey Elledge (Creation Stories) as George Harrison; and Campbell Wallace as Ringo Starr.

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The photo shows the actors featured in the famous Beatles suits. The band must play an important role in the film, as it was the discovery of Epstein’s life.

In this feature, the successful businessman is played by Jacob Fortune-Lloyd, from The Queen’s Gambit. The plot explores the 1960s, when the agent discovers the Beatles and offers to work with them.

The partnership lasted until 1967, when tragically Epstein died at just 32 years old. The direction is with Sara Sugarman, from Vinyl.

Check out the images from the Midas Man movie below.

Beatles also wins documentary series on Disney+

The Beatles has a series on Disney+ entitled Get Back. The series is directed by Peter Jackson, from The Lord of the Rings.

The documentary series is the result of three years of restoring archival materials about the Beatles. They had to compose 14 songs and plan their last live show at the top of the building in London.

“Made entirely from never-before-seen restored footage, Get Back provides the most intimate and honest glimpse of the creative process and relationship between John, Paul, George and Ringo ever filmed,” Disney+ said in a statement.

Altogether there are three episodes of two hours each, bringing clips of almost 60 hours of footage never seen before, filmed over 21 days.

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Michael Lindsay-Hogg who recorded it in 1969. In addition, there are over 150 hours of unreleased audio that have been tapped.

The Beatles: Get Back is on Disney+. The movie Midas Man has no release date yet.

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