Think about, for one transient and weird second, that The Beatles all of a sudden do not exist. However then, making issues even stranger, additionally think about that you are the solely individual on the planet who can nonetheless keep in mind all of their iconic hits. Acquired it? Good – that is basically the plot of Slumdog Millionaire director Danny Boyle’s newest movie, Yesterday, which arrives in theaters on June 28.
The movie stars gifted newcomer Himesh Patel as struggling singer-songwriter Jack Malik, who, after a motorcycle accident that knocks out his entrance tooth, wakes up in a world the place nobody remembers The Beatles’ music apart from him. When he performs the wistful “Yesterday” for his mates after the accident, they ask him – clearly in awe – when he wrote the attractive tune, and ultimately he finally ends up hitting it massive by pretending the songs are his.
For those who’re dying to listen to all of the songs used within the rock-and-roll comedy, put together to be in simply as a lot awe as Jack’s mates once you press play on Patel’s covers, forward.