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Eight Days a Week: The Beatles' Touring History in 8 Concerts

Eight Days a Week: The Beatles' Touring History in 8 Concerts
For those of us who weren’t lucky enough to attend a Beatles concert in the 1960s, Ron Howard’s Eight Days a Week just might be the next best thing. The 2016 documentary traces the band’s rise from a cramped and dank cellar in Liverpool to record breaking television appearances, jam packed stadiums, and—ultimately—rock immortality. Lovingly assembled through rare and often unseen fan home movie footage, Howard’s film also draws on more familiar material—restored to the highest echelons of HD— and new interviews with Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr. All told, it’s a joyous
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Doctor Who — Peter Capaldi's Darker, More Alien Doctor

Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman talk about the new take on Doctor Who in a new interview with Empire. We recently posted an interview about how Capaldi is not only a fan, but a Doctor Who trivia master; it's a must read.

Capaldi on the his Doctor:

"He's more alien than he's been for a while. He doesn't quite understand human beings or really care very much about their approval."

Coleman on the new Doctor:

"With Matt's Doctor [Clara] felt quite safe, really. She knew she'd be caught if she was in danger, but this guy is a lot less human-friendly and a lot less patient. He's more removed and inaccessible. You can't quite access him in the same way."

Capaldi on his fandom:

"Doctor Who was a part of being a kid in the '60s with The Beatles and Sunday Night At The London Palladium and smog and bronchitis and all that stuff,
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