The Walt Disney Studios managed to secure full distribution rights to Peter Jackson’s long-anticipated Beatles documentary, the American company said in a press release published this morning. Titled “The Beatles: Get Back,” the film will attempt to briefly summarize the entire history of the legendary rock ‘n roll band, including the recording of their seminal studio album Let It Be, as well as their very final live concert ever; the infamous impromptu performance at the rooftops of the Apple Corps HQ in London which took place on the 30th of January, 1969. As for how succinct of an overview we can expect, Disney disclosed that the final cut of the documentary runs approximately 80 minutes. More than half of the film’s duration – 44 minutes – are dedicated to the said rooftop concert that was conceived and executed in just a few days’ time with zero public announcements. The iconic set opens with two takes of Get Back, goes over a few of the bands established hits such as I’ve Got A Feeling and Don’t Let Me Down, and concludes with a yet another Get Back performance. Disney will be releasing Jackson’s homage to the Beatles in the United States, as well as Canada, on the 4th of September. For more up-to date technology news kindly check out our tech news category or follow us on Facebook!