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Date: November 12th, 2016 New movie about last years of King of Pop.

A Michael Jackson movie that will show him as a doting parent in the final years of his life is coming to TV. And the good news is, the producer is someone who knew Jackson well from the beginning of his career, and still reveres him.

Casting notices have gone out for a Lifetime movie based on the book by Jackson’s bodyguards, Bill Whitfield and Javon Beard. “Remember The Time: Protecting Michael Jackson In His Final Days,” was published in 2014 and was pretty much on track about Jackson’s life after he returned from his self imposed exile abroad in 2006.

The most interesting thing about the casting notice is that the producer of the film is former Motown chief Suzanne DePasse, who worked for Berry Gordy from the late 60s until the company was sold. DePasse literally knows everything about Motown. She was there when the Jackson 5 was discovered, and has maintained excellent relations with the Jackson family and all the Motown acts over the last four decades. She has two Emmy Awards, and three other nominations– including nods for two highly regarded mini-series about the Temptations and the Jacksons’ rise to fame. The Jackson legacy should be in good hands with DePasse, that’s for certain.

I’m obviously curious about the movie, and Jackson fans will be, too.  But the bodyguards’ book is a good resource for the last couple of years of Jackson’s life as it shows his struggles to find a new place to live after leaving Neverland, dealing with his mounting financial crisis, and parenting his three young children. There’s no doubt that Jackson was an excellent father– just look at those kids seven years after his death. They’re thriving. He was doing something right without a doubt.

So stay tuned. “Remember The Time” sounds like it might be the first step in rehabilitating Jackson’s legacy via film. Jackson’s estate should be happy about that.

By Roger Friedman.

Source:  Showbiz411.com / GeniusMJ

Date: June 2th, 2016 7 years ago.

The time is passing so fast, but the memory, music and all the leagcy of King of Pop has unconditional  life.

Forever in our hearts.

Source:  GeniusMJ

Date: June 23rd, 2016 The voice regarding recent article about photo-pornography:.

Statement of Thomas A. Meserau Jr. :

The Michael Jackson defense team has learned that information is circulating throughout the media regarding alleged photographs supposedly seized from Mr. Jackson's residence. That information is false. The prosecution has confirmed that it is false.

We demand an immediate reaction from any news or media organization that made such an announcement. Journalistic integrity is an important factor in all reporting. This kind of reporting is irresponsible. Mr. Jackson, like all other people in America, is entitled to a fair trial. This case will be fought in the courtroom , not in th media. Mr. Jackson is innocent and will be vindicated.

Statement of The Estate of Michael Jackson:

"The estate of Michael Jackson released the following statement on Tuesday evening (June 21):
Seven years ago this coming Saturday, the world lost an amazing artist and humanitarian devoted to helping children in need in all corners of the world. Michael Jackson's fans, including the Executors of his estate, prefer to remember the wonderful gifts Michael left behind instead of having to once again see his good name dragged through the mud by tabloid trash.
Everything in these reports, including what the County of Santa Barbara calls "content that appears to be obtained off the Internet or through unknown sources" is false, no doubt timed to the anniversary of Michael's passing. Those who continue to shamelessly exploit Michael via sleazy internet "click bait" ignore that he was acquitted by a jury in 2005 on every one of the 14 salacious charges brought against him in a failed witch hunt.
Michael remains just as innocent of these smears in death as he was in life even though he isn't here to defend himself. Enough is enough.

The Estate of Michael Jackson"

Source: Estate of Michael Jackson/ MJJCommunity News Team /  GeniusMJ

Date: March 19th, 2016 The Michael Jackson Estate's Billion-Dollar Turnaround: From $500 Million In Debt to $500 Million in Cash.

Michael Jackson at a press conference held at the O2 Arena on March 5, 2009 in London, England. MJ KIM/GETTY IMAGES

Nearly seven years after his death, the yawning, half-billion-dollar abyss of debt that Michael Jackson left behind has turned into a mountain of profit whose latest summit was topped this week thanks to a massive payday on his 50 percent stake in Sony/ATV.

Sony to Buy Out Michael Jackson Estate's Half of Sony/ATV Music Publishing

The $750 million deal has Sony Corp. buying out the Jackson estate's piece of Sony/ATV, the joint music publishing company, whose holdings include songs by The Beatles and Bob Dylan. Jackson, who died in 2009, paid $41.5 million for ATV Music in 1985.

It was just the latest in a string of blockbuster moves that last year pushed Jackson to the top of Forbes' list of Top-Earning Dead Celebrities with a reported $115 million, ahead of Elvis Presley, Bob Marley and Marilyn Monroe.

According to that report, the singer's estate has rung up more than $1 billion, pre-tax, to date. With the Sony deal, the estate's executors -- attorney John Branca and music exec John McClain -- have pulled off what a source close to the estate called a $1 billion turnaround, from $500 million of debt to $500 million in cash.

Here's how they did it:

· After feuding with the family over its release, the posthumous documentary Michael Jackson's This Is It, released four months after Jackson passed in July, 2009, went on to become the highest-grossing music documentary of all time, with worldwide box office in excess of $300 million. The estate took in 87 percent of the back-end on the movie, with the source putting the gross figure going into the estate's coffers at north of $200 million when TV rights and DVD sales are factored in.

· In 2010, Branca and McClain brokered what a source called the biggest record deal in history, a $200 million guaranteed contract with Sony covering seven albums and other associated projects.

· Jackson's catalog continues to be a monster. Estimates of posthumous sales in the first five years after his death were in excess of 13 million in the U.S. alone. Considering that Jackson has consistently sold an estimated 70 percent of his records outside of the U.S., total sales since 2009 have easily surpassed 43 million worldwide. That makes Jackson the No. 1-selling global artist over the past seven years, surpassing such contemporary superstars as Adele and Taylor Swift.

· The 2012 Michael Jackson: The Immortal Tour -- an equally split joint venture with Cirque du Soleil in which the estate earned a 13 percent cut off the top of box office sales -- grossed more than $370 million worldwide, making it one of the top-grossing rock tours of all time.

· A permanent show at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, Michael Jackson: One, is another fifty-fifty joint venture with Cirque in which the estate earns a 10 percent box office take, which, like “Immortal” includes percentages for royalties and publishing. A source said the permanent performance is one of the top two grossing shows in Las Vegas, just behind Cirque's O, earning around $90 million a year.

· Money also continues to roll in thanks to the strength of the Mijac Music catalog, which holds the rights to MJ's recordings and masters, as well as music by Sly and the Family Stone, Ray Charles, Presley and Aretha Franklin.

· The estate recently renewed a deal with Bally Technologies for the Michael Jackson King of Pop slot machine, extending the pact for five more years. A source said the venture has brought in a healthy eight-figure sum so far.

Source: Billboard.com /  GeniusMJ


Date: January 7th, 2016 'Off The Wall' Documentary by Spike Lee and special release of CD, DVD & Blu-Ray.

The Estate of Michael Jackson announces that what you have been waiting for is coming today but you are the first to know! We’re happy to share with you that on February 26, the Estate of Michael Jackson and Sony Legacy Recordings will release a special CD/DVD and CD/Blu-ray edition of Off The Wall. The package will include Michael’s revolutionary album in its original form and the new documentary Michael Jackson’s Journey from Motown to Off the Wall, directed by Spike Lee. Furthermore, the documentary will make its world premiere at Sundance Film Festival on January 24, 2016, and its world television premiere on SHOWTIME on Friday, February 5th at 9 P.M. ET/PT on-air, on demand and over the internet. Following its premiere on SHOWTIME, it will be broadcast in other territories around the world and those air-dates will be announced by the local broadcaster in each market.

For all of you who were hoping for a television broadcast of the documentary - the Estate heard you. For those of you ecstatic to introduce Off The Wall to a new generation of fans, the Estate heard you.

We would like to re-interate that the album included in the package is a re-issue of the original album – there is no additional music or remixes on the CD or any “bonus” material with the documentary. We are sure some will be disappointed that there is not extra material, but as everyone knows, this album was early in Michael’s career. He did not write or record the number of songs for this album as he did for later releases nor did he do any filming using his own camera crews of the making of his short films or other events. Without a wealth of material in the archives, the Estate and Sony decided to take a different approach with this release – strip it down and keep it simple and allow everyone to celebrate the album that started it all with a fun, specially designed, collectible package that holds both the album as originally released along with this special documentary and gives fans a chance to get creative with Michael’s original concept for the album artwork. (You’ll see when you get it!)


Source: Estate of Michael Jackson / MJJC News Team /  GeniusMJ


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