John Lennon's widow is using shocking imagery on Twitter in campaign inspired by Michael Moore
The Beatles - yeah, those - have agreed to a long-gestating project to create a new concert film using professional and...
Guest Blog: Sir Paul McCartney, who turned 70 on Monday, was the smoothest of the Fab Four in their prime -- articulate, witty and very...
Beatles 1964 Washington, D.C., concert has not been seen in its entirety since closed-circuit broadcast in theaters a month after show
McCartney plays "Give Peace a Chance" three decades after Lennon's death in New York
Macca will appear on show three days after 30th anniversary of Lennon's death in New York
Thirty years after the singer was shot, a look back to the shocking day
A week after John, Paul, George & Ringo finally debuted on Apple’s online store, sales hit $10M, with "Abbey Road" the top album seller
AC/DC and others aren't buying in yet
To the surprise of its distributor, bio of teenage John Lennon may find receptive audience in Globes' comedy or musical category
Hollyblog: He was born on Oct. 9, met Yoko on Nov. 9, was killed on Dec. 9 -- at least, on English time -- and...
The Oscar-winning actor's "You Don't Know Jack" director Barry Levinson will executive produce the untitled project
For his 70th birthday Saturday, remastered releases, new films, $11,000 guitars and $27,000 pens will push the former Beatle's brand to new heights
TV actors go out on the town this week, celebrating Law & Order and Guitar Hero
The benefit event will be held at New York's Beacon Theater
Lorber Films picks up film about '60s and '70s hitmaker and hellraiser
Could he have done what Elvis and Judy couldn't?
Reclusive in his search for peace, the author took a different approach from the Beatle
What was Mark David Chapman thinking when he gunned down the former Beatle?
Heroin, turkey and the Hell's Angels all played their parts in the band's drama.
Christopher Eccleston, "Torchwood's" Naoko Mori cast as John and Yoko.
Post-death adventures with John Lennon, Jim Morrison and the King's twin, Jesse Garon Presley
“Can the brand be stopped? Never. In 3009 there will be Beatles starships.”
The Weinstein Co. has acquired rights to “Nowhere Boy," a biodrama about the Beatle.