A World Without THE BEATLES Is Reimagined In Musical Film 'Yesterday'
It's hard to imagine a world without the captivating music of The Beatles but a new musical film is reimagining a world where the Fab Four doesn't exist.
Two British cinema giants, director Danny Boyle and screenwriter Richard Curtis go experimental in the upcoming film Yesterday which celebrates the timeless music of the iconic group.
The film follows the musical journey of one John Malik, a struggling musician who's on the verge of giving his dream up of becoming a successful singer. An accident gives his life a full 360 turn as he wakes up one day to find out that the world he lives in no longer remembers the band he adores. He sings Beatles hits such as "Hey Jude" and "Let It Be", and all of a sudden everyone thinks he wrote the songs and the world instantly recognizes him as a songwriting genius, but does he really deserve all the credit?
The musical flick also features cameo appearances by late night talk show host James Corden and Ed Sheeran. Check out Yesterday's official trailer here: