Danny Boyle’s Yesterday Extended Clip

I’m a weirdo. Whenever a movie comes out, I like to wonder how people from decades past would have reacted to it. For example, what if I brought The Social Network to 1945 and had it projected for an influential audience of the era? How would they perceive it? Along those same lines, I wonder what would happen if I woke up one day and it turned out the past 20 years of my life were just a dream. Would I be able to take the ideas of all the entertainment I’ve indulged in and sell them as my own?

That’s kind of the premise for director Danny Boyle’s upcoming film, Yesterday. The film is written by Love Actually‘s Richard Curtis and follows one man who wakes up one day to learn that no one else in the world other than him knows who the Beatles are. Of course, as we all would, he goes on to capitalize on all their music.

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Universal has now released an extended clip from the film that shows off the exact moment when he realizes no one else knows who the Beatles are. It’s more of a revamped trailer that uses the scene of him singing as the fulcrum for the rest of the sizzle reel.

What do you think of the clip? Will you be checking out Danny Boyle’s latest on June 28th? Sound off down below!

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