Producer Chat: Ferris Bueller, Paul McCartney
John, Paul, George and Ringo…it’s been 49 years since the Beatles walked together across Abbey Road for their famous album cover.
On Monday, Executive Producer Jamie Thompson’s favorite Beatle, Sir Paul McCartney, strolled once again through the crosswalk of Abbey Road in London.
The 76-year-old legendary singer posted a video of it on his official Instagram account, and he also held a secret show at Abbey Road studios on Monday—where he played new music from his forthcoming “Egypt Station” album.
Watch the video above for a little snippet.
It’s about 23 minutes of pure joy. You can find a link to the full video here or on ‘the four’s’ Facebook page.
From Jamie’s favorite Beatle to her favorite movie, which just happens to have the Beatle’s “Twist and Shout” in an iconic scene….the famous Ferrari 250 GT from “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” is up for auction in California
But, in fact, it’s not a Ferrari 250, but a replica
It’s a modified 1985 Modena GT Spyder California that was made to look like the iconic roadster.
It was one of three vehicles built and used in the 1986 John Hughes Comedy.
Two survived the filming.
There’s no word yet on an estimated sale price, but the same car was last sold at auction in 2013 for $235,000…so it’s out of Jamie’s budget.
Fun fact—the first 12 years of his life, John Hughes lived in Grosse Pointe and loved the Detroit Red Wings, which is why Ferris Bueller’s best friend, Cameron Frye, wears a Red Wings hockey jersey throughout the movie.