The relative unknowns chosen to play The Beatles in new Brian Epstein biopic ...

The relative unknowns chosen to play The Beatles in new Brian Epstein biopic ...
The relative unknowns chosen to play The Beatles in new Brian Epstein biopic ...

Do you want to know a secret? Pictured exclusively by the Daily Mail, here are the relative unknowns chosen to play the Fab Four in a new film.

The lucky actors are Jonah Lees as John Lennon, Campbell Wallace as Ringo Starr, Blake Richardson as Paul McCartney and Leo Harvey-Elledge as George Harrison.

They are seen recreating the moment The Beatles did a recording session at the famous Abbey Road Studios in north London in 1962, around the time they created such hits as Love Me Do and Please Please Me.

Nowhere men: (From left) Jonah Lees as John Lennon, Campbell Wallace as Ringo Starr, Blake Richardson as Paul McCartney and Leo Harvey-Elledge as George Harrison in new Brian Epstein biopic Midas Man

Nowhere men: (From left) Jonah Lees as John Lennon, Campbell Wallace as Ringo Starr, Blake Richardson as Paul McCartney and Leo Harvey-Elledge as George Harrison in new Brian Epstein biopic Midas Man 

Blast from the past: The Beatles at Abbey Road studios in 1964, examining the script for their first film, A Hard Day's Night

Blast from the past: The Beatles at Abbey Road studios in 1964, examining the script for their first film, A Hard Day's Night 

The film, Midas Man, is about Beatles manager Brian Epstein, who discovered the band playing at the Cavern Club in Liverpool and helped set them on the journey to megastardom.

Jacob Fortune-Lloyd plays Epstein, who died of an overdose of sedatives in 1967 aged 32, with Eddie Marsan and Emily Watson playing his parents.

Midas Man, which is directed by Sara Sugarman, comes as Beatlemania appears to be making a comeback.

Iconic: They are seen recreating the moment The Beatles did a recording session at the famous Abbey Road Studios in north London in 1962

Iconic: They are seen recreating the moment The Beatles did a recording session at the famous Abbey Road Studios in north London in 1962

Striking: Blake Richardson bears an uncanny resemblance to a young Paul McCartney in the new film about Epstein's life and tragic death

The real deal: Paul McCartney in 1963, at the height of Beatlemania

Striking:  Blake Richardson bears an uncanny resemblance to a young Paul McCartney in the new film about Epstein's life and tragic death 

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