One of the best-loved films of the year is coming to Digital and Blu-ray September 2019. YESTERDAY has an 89% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes. That other 11% must not like The Beatles. Have you seen YESTERDAY yet? The basic premise is so funny. Imagine a world with no Beatles music. Well, you remember The Beatles, but you wake up one day, and no one else has heard of them. And…you’re a musician. You get where this is going.
Jack’s life is changed forever when he discovers he is the only person on earth who remembers the music of The Beatles and must decide if he truly wants the spotlight, or if all he needs is love, after all. You can get YESTERDAY on Digital and Blu-ray soon and enjoy it at home whenever you want!
Jack Malik was just another struggling songwriter…but that was yesterday. After a mysterious blackout, Jack discovers he is the only person on earth who remembers The Beatles! As he rockets to fame by passing off the Fab Four’s songs as his own, Jack risks losing Ellie – the one person who has loved him and believed in him from the start.
Yesterday Digital and Blu-ray Bonus Features
YESTERDAY on Digital and Blu-ray, from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment, includes original musical performances not seen in theaters. It’s got an alternate opening and ending, gag reel, deleted scenes, and more.
*DVD format includes over 35 minutes of bonus content
BONUS FEATURES ON 4K ULTRA HD, BLU-RAY™, DVD & DIGITAL
- Alternate Opening*
- Alternate Ending
- Deleted Scenes
- Corden & Roxanne – Includes deleted performance by Himesh Patel of “Something”
- Late for School
- Nutters Italian Ice Cream
- Moscow Audience
- A Gonk
- W Hotel
- Jack Calls Ellie
- Hilary in the Mirror
- Nick and Carol
- Hazel’s Selfie
- Gag Reel*
- Live at Abbey Road Studios – Watch Himesh Patel perform “Yesterday”, “I Want To Hold Your Hand”, and “Let it Be” at Abbey Road Studios.
- “I Want To Hold Your Hand”
- “Let it Be”
- Ed Sheeran: From Stadium to Screen* – Acting in his first major role, Ed Sheeran reflects on his experiences making the movie.
- Agent of Comedy: Kate McKinnon* – Kate McKinnon shares how eager she was to play the role of “Debra Hammer” while the cast and crew reflect on the fun and energy that the queen of improvisational comedy brought to the set.
- A Talented Duo* – Richard Curtis and Danny Boyle, two of the most successful British filmmakers, team up for the first time.
- Playing for Real* – The re-interpreting of the Beatles songs was a huge undertaking for newcomer Himesh Patel. Learn how he spent months learning to play the songs perfectly as the production decided to take the more challenging route of recording the musical numbers live on set.
- Soul Mates* – Beyond the music and the laughs, the film is, of course, a love story. This piece looks at the relationship between Jack & Ellie and the actors playing them.
- A Conversation with Richard & Ed* – Long-term friends Richard Curtis and Ed Sheeran have a funny and informal chat about the making of YESTERDAY.
- Feature Commentary with Director Danny Boyle and Writer/Producer Richard Curtis
- Cast: Himesh Patel, Lily James with Ed Sheeran and Kate Mckinnon
- Score By: Daniel Pemberton
- Costume Designer: Liza Bracey
- Editor: Jon Harris
- Production Designer: Patrick Rolfe
- Director of Photography: Christopher Ross ASC
- Associate Producer: Emma Freud
- Story By: Jack Barth And Richard Curtis
- Executive Producers: Nick Angel, Lee Brazier, Liza Chasin
- Produced By: Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Matthew James Wilkinson, Bernard Bellew, Richard Curtis, Danny Boyle
- Screenplay By: Richard Curtis
- Directed By: Danny Boyle