“Don’t toy with my emotions”: Fans Want Tom Holland and Timothée Chalamet to Star in Sam Mendes’ Beatles Franchise

Here are the actors that fans would like to appear in Sam Mendes’ upcoming four Beatles movies!

“Don’t toy with my emotions”: Fans Want Tom Holland and Timothée Chalamet to Star in Sam Mendes’ Beatles Franchise


  • A new biopic about the Beatles is currently in development, with four films slated for release in 2027.
  • The epic project will be directed by Sam Mendes, whose previous projects include Skyfall and 1917.
  • The Beatles’ story will be told from the viewpoint of a different band member in each of the four films.
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Sam Mendes, the man behind films like 1917 and Skyfall, is slated to helm four distinct The Beatles movies, each concentrating on a different band member. As a result, actors who can carry a tune and have a passable Liverpool accent may definitely be polishing their resumes in the hopes of landing an audition.


For those who are unfamiliar, The Beatles were an influential English rock band founded in Liverpool in 1960 by John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr. The band was instrumental in the development of counterculture in the 1960s and the acceptance of popular music as an art form.

Sam Mendes
Sam Mendes (Image via Wikimedia Commons)

Having said that, Lennon, McCartney, Harrison, and Starr were iconic for a reason. Finding an actor with that unique blend of singing prowess, seductive good looks, charisma, and something extra that makes pop music icons stand out from ordinary individuals is going to be challenging.


With that in mind, fans are rooting to see Tom Holland and Timothée Chalamet play Paul McCartney and George Harrison, respectively. 

Sam Mendes To Helm Movies About Each ‘The Beatles’ Members?

We learned from Screen Rant that Sam Mendes is directing four films that will each showcase a different member of the Beatles in their big-screen biopic. The stories of Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and John Lennon will be told in four films, which Sony Pictures revealed on Monday. This deal may surpass all previous music biopics.

Movie theaters are anticipated to screen Mendes’ avant-garde films either simultaneously or in succession. The precise release schedule will be made public at a later time. Sony intends to release them in 2027. 

The Beatles
The Beatles (Image via Wikimedia Commons)

Berkshire-born director, 58,  said in a statement (via Vanity Fair).

“I’m honored to be telling the story of the greatest rock band of all time, and excited to challenge the notion of what constitutes a trip to the movies.”

Equipped with official biographies and the capacity to explore every facet of the phenomenon, the project has the potential to be revolutionary. It could be the biggest project in the current run of Beatles revival material, though there is still a lot to learn about the project, including the cast and the official release schedule.

Fans are Rooting for Tom Holland & Timothée Chalamet to Star in Sam Mendes’ Beatles Franchise

Tom Holland
Tom Holland as Peter Parker in the MCU

Reboots and franchise movies seem to be taking over the box office these days. Still, The Beatles fans and moviegoers, in general, have been buzzing about a new film project that revolves around the legendary band. And when it comes to the casting of the Fab Four, two names have risen to the top of fan wish lists: Tom Holland and Timothée Chalamet. Some are in favor, while others are against it.


Both Holland and Chalamet have established themselves as remarkably gifted and adaptable performers in their own right, with Chalamet garnering praise from critics for roles in Little Women and Call Me By Your Name and Holland winning over fans as Spider-Man in the MCU. Let’s read some of the fans’ tweets:



Also, it’s not just their acting chops that have people excited about the possibility of them playing the roles of Paul McCartney and George Harrison in Sam Mendes’ Beatles franchise. The idea of a Beatles franchise helmed by Mendes promises to bring a new perspective on the band’s story, looking at the highs and lows of each member’s career.

So, as we wait for an official announcement on the project, let us hope Holland, Chalamet, and Mendes will collaborate to bring The Beatles’ story to life in a way that will have us all singing Hey Jude at the top of our lungs!


Written by Siddhika Prajapati

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