Liam Gallagher to make a film on Beatles’ drug years

London: Former Oasis singer Liam Gallager is set to make a movie on Beatles and their drug years.

Gallagher, who is a huge fan of the band, has bought the screen rights to the book The Longest Cocktail Party - the diary of Abbey Road regular Richard DiLello, who worked with the Fab Four between 1967 and 1970.

In the book, DiLello talks about the break up of Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and George Harrison in 1970. It tells of stoned conversations and how the band had regular access to illegal drugs, reports a news daily.

Gallagher is still searching for a screenwriter and director, as well as actors to portray the band.

Liam and partners at Revolution Films will launch the project during the Cannes Film Festival, which starts next week.



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