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The former and current members of New Directions come together to sing The Beatles' songs in the first two episodes of the new season.
Publisher Simon and Schuster says that the children's book, based on the Ringo Starr-penned song, will come with a CD that contains a track and a reading of the story by the singer.
The pristine album copy autographed by all the four members of the legendary band sells for a record price.
Janelle Arthur successfully turns 'I Will', a lesser-known song from the band, into a countrypolitan ballad.
The collaborator of The Beatles on their early career died Saturday, February 16 at the age of 72.
Norah did not speak as she joined half-sister Anoushka Shankar and her father's wife Sukanya, while Olivia Harrison recalled her late husband's unique bond with the sitar player.
The rejected audition tape of the legendary British band has resurfaced and will go on sale with bids starting at $29,000.
The rapper, who is also known as Andre Benjamin, will sing 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band', Muddy Waters' 'Mannish Boy', Elmore James' 'Bleeding Heart' and more for 'All Is by My Side.'
Matthew Weiner understands why it costs a lot to license 'Tomorrow Never Knows' on TV show, saying, 'They are concerned about their legacy and their artistic impact.'
The yet-to-be-titled biopic will be based on Howard Bryant's biography book that follows Aaron's struggle to break Babe Ruth's home run record from 1972 to 1974.
Noting that it would be really hard to be as good as The Beatles, James McCartney says, 'I would love to be equal to The Beatles.'
The new footage include those which see the lead hero getting showered with flour and showing off his ability to jump and fly high from one place to another.
'The door is open that Paul and I might play together, but it is not like a reunion,' Ringo says of working with Paul McCartney again.
While Jackson says he is set to handle the directorial duty, Steven Spielberg explains that the sequel movie could be launched pretty quickly because the screenplay is ready.
Producer Brian Grazer says that the cable network is on board for the small screen adaptation of Stephen King's novel.