Paul McCartney may have been known as the "the cute one," but the ex-Beatle certainly seems to have no trouble sharing the cute spotlight. McCartney has once again enlisted Johnny Depp to star in one of his music videos. The first time was last year's "My Valentine," which also featured Natalie Portman, and that worked out so well that Depp is back for another go with McCartney's new video for "Queenie Eye."
The full video goes live on Thursday, October 24th on VEVO, but HuffPost Canada is proudly premiering the six-minute "Making of Queenie Eye" video to give you a behind the scenes look at the video and its stars.
As well as Depp, the video also features clips and interviews with Tracey Ullman, Chris Pine, Tom Ford, Meryl Streep, Jeremy Irons and others. But the real highlight for Beatlemaniacs is watching McCartney hanging out with everyone at Abbey Road studios and telling back in the day Beatles stories from the recording of "Love Me Do" to what McCartney describes as "the madness that occurred later."
As Depp points out, "being in that room, especially being in that room with Paul, is quite a rush. That's the room that changed the world."
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