By EW Staff
Updated November 28, 2003 at 05:00 AM EST

‘NAKED’ TRUTHS As the Beatles’ Let It Be…Naked hits stores, take a look back at the making of the 1970 documentary about the recording of the original album — and find out about some bitter Beatle arguments. Director Michael Lindsay-Hogg talks about filming the Beatles’ final live performance, John and Yoko, and more at ew.com/beatles.

HOURS TOWN Will Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland, left) kick his new heroin habit? And will that killer virus infect everyone in Los Angeles? Get clues about what’s coming on Fox’s 24 in our guide to season 3 at ew.com/24.


TALK BACK Now that you know what our critics think of The Cat in the Hat (starring Mike Myers, left) and other new films, it’s your turn: Post your response in the scribble boards that follow every review at ew.com/movietalk.

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