Despite the huge fanfare around the release, the duo revealed they hadn’t had chance the watch it prior to the premiere.
Paul said: “We haven’t seen it, so we’re looking forward to the premiere, as you can imagine.
“We know there’s new footage that the fans sent in, so that’s very exciting.
“In the cinema, we’re actually going to hear ourselves for the first time. We couldn’t hear ourselves when we were live, as there was so much screaming going on.”
Trailer for Ron Howard’s ‘The Beatles: Eight Days A Week – The Touring Years’Before production began for the film, John Lennon’s widow Yoko Ono and George Harrison’s widow Olivia Harrison gave their blessing.
The movie features footage showing how the four-piece worked together to become the most successful band the world has seen.
Fans can look forward to remastered footage from their historic Shea Stadium concert in New York, the first rock gig played to more than 55,000 people.
The film, which is released on Friday, has so far received strong reviews.
Rolling Stone wrote: “Ron Howard catches the exhilarating kick of Beatlemania as the band toured 15 countries from 1963 to 1966.”