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Peter Jackson’s Beatles Documentary Is Coming to Theaters in September




Disney has acquired the distribution rights to “The Beatles: Get Again,” which is able to characteristic never-before-seen footage of the Fab 4.

Peter JacksonThe Parker Foundation Medical Research Gala, Los Angeles, America - 13 Apr 2016

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Peter Jackson’s Beatles documentary, which incorporates never-before-seen footage of the timeless rock band, is coming to theaters in December.

Disney has acquired the distribution rights to Jackson’s “The Beatles: Get Again” and can launch the movie in america and Canada on September 4, Disney govt chairman Bob Iger stated through the firm’s annual shareholder assembly. The corporate will announce dates for the movie’s world launch at a later date.

Jackson’s upcoming documentary has been billed as a brand new model of the 1970 “Let It Be” documentary movie, which is able to see a remastered re-release someday after “The Beatles: Get Again” premieres. The “Let It Be” documentary hasn’t been commercially accessible for the reason that 1980s.

Disney is touting the Jackson documentary’s new content material as “the notable footage of the band at work within the studio, capturing John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr as they create their now-classic songs from scratch, laughing, bantering and taking part in to the digicam.” The documentary movie will even present the band’s ultimate stay rooftop efficiency in 1969.

“Engaged on this challenge has been a joyous discovery,” Jackson stated in a press release. “I’ve been privileged to be a fly on the wall whereas the best band of all time works, performs and creates masterpieces. I’m thrilled that Disney have stepped up as our distributor. There’s nobody higher to have our film seen by the best variety of individuals.”

The documentary footage is being restored by the New Zealand-based Park Street Submit Manufacturing, with Jabez Olssen (“They Shall Not Develop Previous”) serving as editor. The music within the movie shall be combined by Giles Martin and Sam Okell at Abbey Street Studios in London. Manufacturing is being dealt with by Apple Cords Ltd and Jackson’s WingNut Movies. Producers embrace Jackson, Clare Olssen and Jonathan Clyde, with Ken Kamins and Jeff Jones serving as govt producers.

“No band has had the type of influence on the world that The Beatles have had, and “The Beatles: Get Again” is a front-row seat to the interior workings of those genius creators at a seminal second in music historical past, with spectacularly restored footage that appears prefer it was shot yesterday,” Iger stated in a press release. “I’m an enormous fan myself, so I couldn’t be happier that Disney is ready to share Peter Jackson’s gorgeous documentary with world audiences in September.”

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Kanye West & Kourtney Kardashian Make BIG Donations After Days Of Silence




Members of the Kardashian crew are doing what they can to support the Black Lives Matter movement — not to mention, the families of recent police killing victims.

According to TMZ, Kanye West (a key member of the Kardashian crew, like it or not) donated a total of $2 million to the families of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and George Floyd, and set up a 529 college savings fund to fully cover tuition for Floyd’s 6-year-old daughter, Gianna.

The rap titan also made a separate donation to cover the legal costs for the Arbery and Taylor families. On top of that, Kanye reportedly plans to donate to several black-owned businesses in his native Chicago and nationwide that have been affected by the civil unrest in the country.

Well, it took several days but this is one heck of a statement!

Related: Kim Kardashian Offers To Cover Medical Bills For Kentucky Protester

But he’s not the only one in the KUWTK-verse finally stepping up. Kourtney Kardashian just announced that her business, Poosh, will be making donations to the NAACP and The Bail Project in response to the senseless police killing of Floyd. 

In a message shared on Kourt’s IG page, the 41-year-old said she’s pledging to keep fighting against racism until “racism and inequity cease to be a trending topic.” She wrote: 

“As the founder of @poosh, I think it’s important to make a pledge that lasts beyond today. We pledge to continue the conversation when racism and inequity cease to be a trending topic… We pledge to do the work required, not just in this moment but in the future, to keep ourselves educated, to keep the doors open for safe and honest dialogue, even if it’s uncomfortable. And we pledge to share this information with you, our community.”

The reality star went on to say she’s donating to organizations she believes are committed to creating a more equal society for all people.

Related: Kim & Kanye Are Still ‘On Different Pages’ During Quarantine!

She added: 

“Poosh will also be making donations to the NAACP and the The Bail Project, two organizations that are committed to creating a more equal and just society for Black men, women, and children.”

And she’s not just stopping there. Kourt said Poosh is committed to supporting black-owned businesses and promoting their products, noting: 

“We are committed to highlighting black and minority-owned businesses, their products, and their stories, as well as making a conscious effort to ensure our team of collaborators and our content and imagery always reflect the diversity of our community.”


What do U think of the actions Kourt and Kanye are taking, Perezcious readers?

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Three Childhood Friends Reunite to Protest for Black Lives Matter




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When Kiitan Amao, Moyo Badun and Sean Hill went to a protest in the small Irish town of Dundalk, they never expected to become the focus of a viral moment. 

However, the three men are now being celebrated after two photos from their childhood and current day circulated online. As of June 4, the tweet has garnered over one million likes and over 200,000 retweets, in addition to thousands of comments.

Kiitan, who is on the left in the above photo, tells E! News that the response to their pictures “has been crazy.” But he says he’s happy because he and his childhood friends are able to show the world that “the support from [their] town was overwhelming.”

“We as a small town called Dundalk managed to send such a strong message to everyone around the world. As such a small community we combined our talents to push a message out to the world,” he explains. “This town is a hidden treasure full of talent and strength.” 

As for what he hopes his friendship with Sean and Moyo represents, Kiitan wants people to know “that if you just unite and love one another you can achieve so much.”

“Dundalk and this friendship did nothing but prove that the human race is stronger together than we are divided into subcategories,” he adds.

Kiitan, Moyo and Sean are three of many thousands of individuals who’ve participated in global Black Lives Matter protests.

These mass marches began over a week ago when George Floyd died on Monday, May 25, after Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin kneeled on his neck for nearly 9-minutes, with the assistance of three other officers. This incident was captured on video by a witness and has led to the indictment of all four men involved. 

Though charges were brought against all the former officers, people, including celebrities like HalseyJamie Foxx and Jonah Hill, continue to demand justice and call for racial equality. To learn how to take action and get involved, please click here. 

 – Additional reporting by Spencer Lubitz

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‘I Cannot Speak to My People the Way They Need to Be Spoken To’




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Amanda Seales is exiting “The Real.”

In an Instagram Live video this week, the co-host said she has decided not to renew her contract with the daytime talk show. “It doesn’t feel good to my soul to be at a place where I can not speak to my people the way they need to be spoken to,” she said. “And where the people who are speaking to me in disparaging ways, are not being handled.”

The announcement came six months after Seales first joined the roundtable show as a permanent co-host, joining Loni Love, Jeannie Mai, Tamera Mowry and Adrienne Bailon. A spokesperson for the show declined to comment except to confirm Seales’ exit.

“I’m not in a space where I can, as a full black woman, have my voice and my co-workers also have their voices and where the people at the top are not respecting the necessity for black voices to be at the top too,” Seales told actor and producer Brandon Victor Dixon, who joined her for the conversation.

Seales later clarified in a follow-up post that her decision to leave the show did not stem from her relationship with her co-hosts.

“Y’all so f–ing corny,” she said. “There is a whole pandemic and an uprising going on, and you still can’t find s– else to do but try and create some kind of conflict that doesn’t exist? … What I gotta do with my business ain’t got nothing to do with them sisters.”

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