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Si Litvinoff, ‘Clockwork Orange’ and ‘Man Who Fell to Earth’ Producer, Dies at 93

Si Litvinoff, the visionary producer behind Stanley Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange and the Nicolas Roeg-directed films The Man Who Fell to Earth and the Australian New Wave classic Walkabout, has died. He was 93. Litvinoff died peacefully Dec. 26 in Los Angeles, his friend Shade Rupe announced. Rupe interviewed him for the Blu-ray release of […]

Fred Armisen and Vanessa Bayer Lead Star-Studded Music Video for George Harrison’s “My Sweet Lord”

A parade of stars is making sure that the 50th anniversary of George Harrison’s solo album All Things Must Pass isn’t passed over without a special tribute. A selection of more than 40 bold-faced names appears in a new music video for the album’s track “My Sweet Lord.” Directed by Lance Bangs, and executive produced by […]

Disney+’s ‘The Beatles: Get Back’: TV Review

Peter Jackson’s three-part documentary chronicles an intensely productive month for the band, culminating in the legendary Jan. 30, 1969, public performance that would be its last.

Peter Jackson Reveals Sneak Peek of Beatles Doc ‘Get Back’

Peter Jackson has released a sneak peek of his upcoming documentary 'The Beatles: Get Back,' teasing some of the 56 hours of unseen footage the director has had access to of the Fab Four. 

Emil Richards, Legendary Percussionist and L.A. Session Player, Dies at 87

Emil Richards, the famed percussionist, vibraphone specialist and L.A. session player who performed with Frank Sinatra, George Harrison, Frank Zappa and scores of other greats and beat the bongos on the 'Mission: Impossible' theme song, has died. He was 87.

‘It Was Fifty Years Ago Today! The Beatles: Sgt. Pepper and Beyond’: Film Review

Alan G. Parker's documentary 'It Was Fifty Years Ago Today! The Beatles: Sgt. Pepper and Beyond' celebrates the half-century birthday of the beloved Beatles classic.

Throwback Thursday: When “My Sweet Lord” Was a “Blurred Lines” for George Harrison

As Robin Thicke loses his own copyright infringement lawsuit, THR takes a look back at when the ex-Beatle was found guilty of "subconsciously" copying The Chiffons' "He's So Fine" in a lawsuit that tied up 18 years of his life.

George Harrison, Bee Gees to Receive Grammy Lifetime Achievement Awards

Buddy Guy, the Louvin Brothers, Wayne Shorter, Pierre Boulez and Flaceo Jiménez will also be honored at the Feb. 7 ceremony

George Harrison’s Childhood Home Sold for $250,000 at Auction

The winning bid came from a Beatles fan who lost out on John Lennon's house last year

Conan O’Brien Sets George Harrison Week on TBS Show

Tribute is timed to the release of the "George Harrison: The Apple Years" reissue

‘Epstein: The Man Who Made the Beatles’: Theater Review

Legendary Beatles manager Brian Epstein reflects on success, sexuality and self-loathing in this fictionalized stage drama.

Ringo Starr Looks Back on ‘A Hard Day’s Night’: ‘It Was Mad, But It Was Incredible’ (Video)

"Four guys from Liverpool making a movie — it was so great," says the Beatle of the 50th anniversary of the film.