The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine In 3D In the Pipeline?

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Disney are discussing a plan to make a 3D version of The Beatles film ‘Yellow Submarine’ with Robert Zemeckis, the man behind the 2009 3D remake of ‘A Christmas Carol’.

Disney would like the film to be released in 2012 – possibly to coincide with the London Olympics – rumours suggest.

Talks are currently going on to secure the rights to use 16 Beatles songs.

Earlier this week Uncut reported that controllers in the style of the band members’ instruments had been designed for the new ‘Beatles:Rock Band’ game.

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