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Yesterday

2019
Yesterday
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Ana de Armas
Kate McKinnon
Lamorne Morris
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  1. Danny Boyle’s Beatles Movie ‘Yesterday’ Selected as Tribeca Closing Night Film  Variety
  2. World premiere of Danny Boyle's 'Yesterday' to close 2019 Tribeca Film Festival  Screen International
  3. Beatles Movie 'Yesterday,' 'Say Anything,' 'Apocalypse Now' Set for Tribeca 2019  Hollywood Reporter
  4. ‘Yesterday’ to Premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival  The New York Times
  5. 'Yesterday' to close Tribeca Film Festival  amNewYork
  6. View full coverage on Google News
Thu, 14th March 2019

'Yesterday' Beatles movie: Trailer, release date, cast, music and all you need to know  Smooth Radio

Here's everything you need to know about the upcoming Beatles film 'Yesterday', including the trailer, release date, cast and director Danny Boyle.

Fri, 22nd February 2019

Australian author sees similar plot to his in trailer for new Danny Boyle film  The Guardian

The upcoming movie Yesterday bears resemblance to Nick Milligan's novel Enormity.

Tue, 19th February 2019

Danny Boyles Beatles movie Yesterday to close Tribeca Film Festival  Business Standard

Read more about Danny Boyle's Beatles movie 'Yesterday' to close Tribeca Film Festival on Business Standard. Filmmaker Danny Boyle's rock comedy ...

Fri, 15th March 2019

Yesterday: Danny Boyle's new movie imagines life without The Beatles  Stuff.co.nz

WATCH: The first trailer features cameos from Ed Sheeran and James Corden.

Fri, 15th March 2019

Watch the trailer for Danny Boyle and Richard Curtis' new East Anglian-shot film, Yesterday  East Anglian Daily Times

Richard Curtis new feelgood movie Yesterday was largely filmed in East Anglia. Arts editor Andrew Clarke takes a look at the trailer and finds out what we know ...

Wed, 27th February 2019

13th February 2019

Its sounds like a concept which shouldn't work but Yesterday is a film about a world which has never heard of the Beatles, except for one man.

Written by Richard Curtis you can see his style of comedy spill though in this trailer which is very funny.

The film is directed by Oscar winner Danny Boyle so it has an excellent pedigree.

The trailer is well worth a watch and the film is released in the UK on 28th June 2019.

17th January 2019

It broke yesterday by entertainment magazine Entertainment Weekly that Jason Rietman would direct a new Ghostbusters movie, or Ghostbusters 3.

Ghostbusters 3

Today the publication has a teaser video for the new film, which is due summer of 2020.

Nothing more is known about the film, but judging by the footage, and a tweet from the director, Ecto 1 will feature in the movie.

Check out the teaser below.

Source: ew.com

13th November 2018

After the teaser yesterday for Toy Story 4 which re-introduced us to the main players in the saga as well as a new one, today we get a new teaser with another couple of new characters.

Dare we say it that this is better than the one yesterday? yes we can so check it our below.

10th October 2017

We've been waiting a while for this but finally we have a new trailer, and new poster for Star Wars: The last jedi.

Teased by Mark Hamill a few weeks back, and just yesterday the director Rian Johnson tweeting that IF you want to stay 100% spoiler free don't watch it, the just over 2 minutes of footage is perhaps one of hte most anticipated.

So what did we get? Plenty of action, not a lot of story, and some very clever editing? There are many scenes in the trailer which we think are edited to look like something else is happeneing, but come December 15th it will be exciting to see what the saga has in store.

Check out the trailer, and poster below.

22nd June 2017

News hit yesterday that Phil Lord And Chris Miller had left as directors of the untitled Han Solo movie.

Today news hits that Ron Howard will finish off directing the movie, so what does this mean.

Lucafilms have worked with the director before with the fantasy hit Willow from 1988.

He is a very good director and has great vision and know how to tell a story, this might mean re-writes of the story, and more importantly is will mean a very different sytle.

Production was half way through but Ron Howard will want to put his stamp on the film, he is not a director for hire and I think there will be many re-shoots and we will get a very different movie.

Better? Who know, we never will, but it is good news.

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