Michael Jackson new movie

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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Brad Pitt would consider the death penalty for those who have polluted the Gulf of Mexico

The actor made the comments in a documentary that will premiere in the U.S. on Tuesday evening.

Asked about the people responsible for the crisis, Brad Pitt said: “I was never for the death penalty before – I am willing to look at it again.”

Brad Pitt, aged 46, was the “spearhead” of the eco-humanitarian project “Make It Right”, which aimed to build 150 wooden houses, durable and affordable, in areas near New Orleans, most affected by Hurricane Katrina, which destroyed the city in 2005.

The “Inglourious Basterds” star efforts in this region have been caught on film in the documentary “If God is Willing and Da Creek Don’t Rise” by filmmaker Spike Lee and will premiere on the evening marking the fifth anniversary of the disaster.

The documentary should’ve been completed on an optimistic tone, with the New Orleans American Football team winning the Super Bowl. But after the explosion in April of the underwater drilling platform in the Gulf of Mexico, Deepwater Horizon, which caused the deaths of 11 people and triggered the biggest environmental disaster in U.S. history, filmmaker Spike Lee decided to include this subject in his film.

“This would have been a much more upbeat documentary for sure,” he said yesterday. After the oil spill, the filmmaker said he had to “rethink and reconfigure.”

But despite the setbacks suffered in the region, Spike Lee said residents would bounce back.

“Their wills are not going to be broken. They are going to keep moving on,” he added.

Brad Pitt’s incendiary remarks were revealed as his partner Angelina Jolie was making a goodwill visit to Sarajevo, Bosnia.

Incendiary statements were made by Brad Pitt in a time when his life partner, actress Angelina Jolie was in a visit to Sarajevo, in Bosnia, as a goodwill ambassador for the High Commissioner for Refugees UN .

Angelina Jolie discussed with government officials in this country about the implementation of educational programs to help homeless refugees, after the civil war in the region, to return to their homes.

The superstar couple, who have six children, own a home in New Orleans.

Approximately 4.9 million barrels of oil have leaked into the Gulf waters 87 days after the explosion. According to US Coast Guard Admiral Thad Allen, the operation to permanently seal the leak will not be completed until early next month.

Although the flow of oil was stopped on July 15, BP had originally hoped to complete the ‘bottom kill’ to pump cement into the well this month.

Babies-Trailer

The children are, respectively, in order of on-screen introduction:

Ponijao, who lives with her family near Opuwo, Namibia;

Bayarjargal, who resides with his family in Mongolia, near Bayanchandmani;

Mari, who lives with her family in Tokyo, Japan;

Hattie, who resides with her family in the United States, in San Francisco.

Genre: Documentary
Director: Thomas Balmès
Cast: Ponijao, Bayar, Mari, Hattie
Release Date: 7 May 2010 (USA)

The Cove wins the 2010 Oscar for Best Documentary

The Oscar Winner for Best Documentary is The Cove

The Other Nominees

“Burma VJ”

Director: Anders Ostergaard
Genre: Education/General Interest

“Food, Inc.”

Director: Robert Kenner
Genre: Education/General Interest
Starring: Michael Pollan, Eric Schlosser

“The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers”

Director: Judith Ehrlich, Rick Goldsmith
Genre: Education/General Interest

“Which Way Home”

Director: Rebecca Cammisa
Genre: Education/General Interest

Celine Dion’s struggle to get pregnant

Nevertheless, Céline Dion is not giving up hope for a second child.

“I’m going to try until it works,” said Dion, 41, who has been giving herself daily hormone shots, and enduring the roller-coaster ride of emotions they bring , after the heartbreaking loss of a pregnancy in August and three other failed IVF attempts last fall.

“Five’s my lucky number,” she added, “so this is the time it’s got to work.”

The singer, has a surprise for her fans all over the world: new concert film and family documentary “Céline: Through the Eyes of the World” which will be released February 17 .

Celine Dion is married to her manager Rene Angélil, 68 and have a son together, Rene-Charles, 9 who is thriving as a second-grader at his new school in Florida.

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