Peter Jackson, a famous director of "The Lord of the Rings," was in the process of making a documentary film using the 56 hours of The Beatles video and 150 hours of audio shot by Michael Lindsay Hog in 1969.
The film will be screened for the first time in the United States in August next year, and it will take place from the perspective of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Star when preparing for the first live show after two years of debut, writing 14 new songs and rehearsing and show their bromance.
In particular, the film will also include the Beatles' last live London performance.
The teaser noted that the film will be done this year, but was delayed due to Covid-19. "I'll put a smile on your face in this rather dark time we live in," he said.
You can check the details in YouTube link below.