It's the stuff that dreams are made of!
Featuring never-seen-before tour footage plus new interviews with Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr.
It's the first feature-length documentary that The Beatles have given their permission to since the band's breakup in 1970.
'The Beatles: Eight Days A Week' explores the history of the band through their days of touring, from small clubs in Liverpool to packed stadiums around the States and beyond before they stopped touring completely in 1966.
It features never-before-seen archival footage of shows plus new interviews with Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, as well as other members of the touring team.
The film is directed by Oscar-winning director Ron Howard, the man behind 'A Beautiful Mind' and 'Apollo 13'.
Here's a first look at the film, before its' UK release on 15th September: