"The original movie was really about the break-up of The Beatles, and so for me it was a little bit sad, the movie. But I know people have been looking at the footage -- there's something like 56 hours of footage," said McCartney. "And someone was talking to me the other day and said the overall feeling is very joyous and very uplifting. It's like a bunch of guys making music and enjoying it, you know. So, I think there is some talk about making a new movie -- re-editing it from the same footage. So, who knows? That may be happening in a year or two."
The scuttlebutt has long been that Yoko Ono and Olivia Harrison have been against the film's release because they didn't want any of the "acrimony shown.”
In 2007, Neil Aspinall, then head of the band's Apple Corps, said, "The film was so controversial when it first came out. When we got halfway through restoring it, we looked at the outtakes and realized: This stuff is still controversial. It raised a lot of old issues.”
The only commercial release of Let It Be was on VHS in 1982.
Paul started his Freshen Up tour last night in Quebec City.
Source: Ultimate Classic Rock