It’s been over half a century since they changed popular culture forever.
And The Beatles are as popular as ever, judging by the guest list at ‘The Beatles: Eight Days A Week’ world premiere.
Looking dapper in matching black suits, the two surviving Moptops Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr wow the crowd with a rare public appearance together.
The septuagenarians look much younger than their years as they hit the red carpet.
Also in attendance is George Harrison’s widow Olivia, who arrives in a stunning print dress paired with a cream jacket draped over her shoulders, while Paul’s designer daughter Stella dresses in a black tasselled top and leather skirt.
And American pop star Madonna, who shares her name with one of the band’s tracks, rocks a monochrome varsity dress paired with sky high Alaia heels.
American director Ron Howard’s film documents the ‘Fab Four’s’ early years of incessant touring and the resulting ‘Beatlemania’.