‘So thrilled to be here,’ says John Lennon as his sons reconnect to witness The Beatles Get Back.
Julian Lennon and Sean Ono Lennon, sons of John Lennon, and Stella McCartney, daughter of Paul McCartney, attended the premiere of The Beatles: Get Back in Hollywood to pay tribute to their fathers.
Although John Lennon was assassinated 41 years ago, his great musical impact continues to this day. The Beatles star had two sons with his two spouses throughout his brief life. Julian Lennon was born in 1963 to his first wife Cynthia Powell, and Sean Ono Lennon was born in 1975 to his second wife Yoko Ono.
Julian and Sean occasionally join together for occasions honoring their father.
Last year, on what would have been John’s 80th birthday, the brothers recorded a chat about their memories for a special BBC Radio 2 broadcast.
And now they’ve reunited for the Los Angeles premiere of Peter Jackson’s new Disney(plus) miniseries The Beatles: Get Back.
Inside the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood, the two shared a selfie with Stella McCartney from their seats.
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“Who would have imagined…,” John’s son captioned it. I’m overjoyed to be here with Sean and Charlotte… “It’s all about love.” This week, Cineworld Leicester Square in London hosted a 100-minute preview of The Beatles: Get Back.
Paul McCartney was in attendance, as was one of his other daughters, Mary McCartney.
Dhani Harrison, George Harrison’s son, and Zak, Lee, and Jason Starkey, the children of Ringo Starr, joined them on the red carpet.
Noel Gallagher and Elvis Costello were among those who attended The Beatles: Get Back in London.
From November 25, the six-hour three-part miniseries will be available to stream on Disney(plus).
In this revisionist recreation of the Let It Be film, Jackson was given access to almost 55 hours of never-before-seen video from the Fab Four’s last album recording sessions in 1969.
The footage and 140 hours of audio, according to Jackson, reveal that the Let It Be sessions were not as. “Brinkwire News Summary.”