“Whisper words of wisdom, let it be..” These lyrics from one of the famous songs of The Beatles were loved by many people all over the world. Now, fans can celebrate as the new documentary film of The Beatles is upcoming.

Peter Jackson, a famed director, will make a new documentary film from the Beatles’ farewell documentary. Jackson will use the 55 hours of unreleased footage and 140 hours of audio from the Fab Four’s recording sessions.

The original film named “Let it Be” came out in 1970 and has been seen as one of the reasons why The Beatles disbanded. John Lennon described “Let it Be” as a miserable experience. He added that it was one of the main reasons why The Beatles ended.

Jackson assured that the additional footage tells a very different story from before. Paul McCartney, one of the band members, shared in an interview that someone told him that the overall feeling of the new film will be very joyous and very uplifting.

The new film is being made with the help of Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr – the two remaining members of the band. Yoko Ono and Olivia Harrison, widows of John Lennon, and George Harrison also cooperated for the making of the film. However, the release date of the documentary is not yet announced.