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Michael Jackson new movie

by Mary
August 30, 2010 at 1:46 pm

After “This Is It” became one of the most waited films of last year and made a stir in theaters around the world, someone in Hollywood thought to bring back on the big screen a documentary about Michael Jackson.

If “This Is It” brings together key moments during the last rehearsal before the King of Pop concerts, the new documentary will be made up of footage shot during a tour given by Michael and his brothers in 1981.

The man behind this business is Ron Newt, a close friend of Michael, which the megastar gave exclusive materials with rehearsals for the Triumph Tour, held almost 30 years ago.

After seeing the success of “This Is It” which grossed $ 144 million, Newt thought to release the recordings in a new film that will last 64 minutes.

Michael can be seen with his brothers, dancing, singing and offering guidance to directors in their connection with artistic moments introduced in his concerts.

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