Michael Jackson “This Is It”

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Mchael Jackson announced This Is It today 6 years ago.

“This Is It. I mean this is really it. This is the final curtain call and I’ll see you in July and I love you. I really do and you have to know that”

I watched this announcement and I was so excited.

It is a farewell for somebody.
It is a reunion for somebody.
It is an encounter for somebody.

I want to  take back it if I can return time.
I want to tell him that you must not go there.
But it isn’t possible to take back only time and the life…..

He said “See you in July”

I will be waiting for you forever that July. Michael……

You’er always shined.

Never can say good bye.

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Michael Jackson’s estate demands MSNBC ax Conrad Murray documentary (Los Angeles Times)

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Executors for the estate of Michael Jackson demanded Wednesday that MSNBC drop its plan to air a “reprehensible” documentary that promises a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the singer’s relationship with Dr. Conrad Murray, but which they charged smears the late pop icon.

In a letter to MSNBC President Phil Griffin and the cable channel’s corporate overseers, the Jackson representatives argued that Murray, convicted Monday of involuntary manslaughter in Jackson’s death, uses the documentary “to shift the blame post-conviction to Michael Jackson, even though a jury considered the evidence and rejected this very argument.”

MSNBC purchased “Michael Jackson and the Doctor: A Fatal Friendship” from a British production company and plans to air it Friday and Monday night, along with an “exclusive” interview with Murray by NBC News correspondent Savannah Guthrie.

DOCUMENTS: Read the Jackson estate letter to MSNBC

A Los Angeles Superior Court jury convicted Murray for administering propofol, a surgical anesthetic, to Jackson and then failing to monitor the pop star as he stopped breathing.

MSNBC representatives had said earlier that the cable channel did not pay for access to Murray or contribute to his legal defense.

The producer of the documentary, October Films, said it paid only $1 for two years of access to Murray and a behind-the-scenes look at his legal defense.

Representatives of MSNBC and October Films said they did not know what arrangements might have been made by the film’s distributor, Zodiak Rights. Zodiak representatives could not be reached.

The Jackson family representatives questioned whether additional payments were made to Murray.

“Was it really only $1, or was it more?” said a letter from John Branca and John McClain, who are co-executors of the Michael Jackson estate.

MSNBC did not immediately respond to the demand to cancel the airing of the documentary.

Being by other countries and peace

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@mylifesavermj on Instagram.

She said: don’t spam with Likes.

I said: I do not spam. There are a lot of your photos on my timeline. I only did “likes” to my favorite your photo.

Did I spam? I say No !!!
We were followers but she made unfollowed me without permission. She took action that it was not peaceful. She said “Heal The World” and “It’s all for love”. It’s  all a lie. She forgets to have made following before than me.
She is a very rude person.
I am very ashamed as Michael Jackson fan.
It may be sharing just a photo. But all love Michael, and cooperates in response to the feeling with each the fondly. The first feelings to desire peace to people around the world though it is small. If his fans cannot do it . His wish is be a long way off.
I’m very sad and cry.

Spike Lee talks about his new, Kickstarter-funded film, ‘Da Sweet Blood of Jesus’ by Clark Collis | January 14 2015

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by Clark Collis | January 14 2015 — 1:05 PM EST

Image Credit: Cinqué Lee
In writer-director Spike Lee’s new film, Da Sweet Blood of Jesus, Stephen Tyrone Williams plays a man who becomes cursed with an addiction to drinking blood. Zaraah Abrahams is the woman with whom he falls in love during this, let us say, interesting chapter in his life.

Something else interesting about Lee’s film: He used Kickstarter to finance this remake of the 1973 cult horror movie Ganja & Hess, which is available to watch via Lee’s 40 Acres website and will arrive in cinemas, Feb. 13.

Below, find an exclusive clip from the film—and Lee talking about Da Sweet Blood of Jesus, crowdsourcing, and, inevitably, the Knicks.

EW: How did this project begin for you?
Spike Lee: Well, it begins at NYU. I’ve been a professor of film at NYU for the past 15 years. My introduction to crowdsourcing was through my students. They were using Indiegogo and Kickstarter to finance their films. That’s where I got the idea from. And once I got the idea it came down to, What will I do? Because I knew that I’m not raising 5, 10, whatever, million on Kickstarter, especially the first time out. It’s going to be a very modest budget. I’ve always enjoyed Ganja & Hess and I had a meeting with Chiz Schultz, who was the producer of the original. I said it would be interesting to do a homage to that film but make it contemporary. That’s how it happened. We’re very happy with the way it came out. I think that the world is introduced to some very fine actors: Steve and particularly Zaraah. I think she’s wonderful in this film.
Da Sweet Blood of Jesus Official Trailer #1 (2014) – Spike Lee Movie HD

She is a British actor. How did you come across her?
Again, it comes back to NYU. One of my students was screening for me her thesis film and Sara was in the film. I said, “I want to talk to her!” The student gave me her number, and we talked, and then I was in London, and I auditioned her, and she got the part.

One of my favorite moments in the film is when she uses the word “brouhaha.”
Yeah, that’s one of my favorite words. “There’s gonna be a brouhaha! A donnybrook!” [Laughs] “With fisticuffs!”

Will you be putting “donnybrook” in a subsequent Spike Lee joint?
Oh, that’s not a hard thing to do. I’m going to do it especially for you!

If you did that, I would piss my pants with joy.
Nah, I don’t want you to do that. But I’m telling you, you’ll hear the word donnybrook again!

I was looking at the film’s Kickstarter page. A lot of people paid $10,000 for the reward of sitting next to them at a Knicks game. How has that been going?
The good thing was, it was last year—because the Knicks are horrible this year. In fact, they’re playing in London tomorrow and I was going to go, but I said, “Uh-uh, not now.” I’d like to give a shout out to Steven Soderbergh, because he was the first one to buy a seat next to me. Mr Soderbergh, thank you very much.

Is he a big basketball fan?
Not really. But we’re fellow filmmakers, and Do the Right Thing and Sex, Lies and Videotape are always going to be linked together, because we were both in Cannes together. We both come from independent backgrounds and he was helping me out. This came out of nowhere. In fact, that’s the first time that we actually spent any time together since Cannes, and that was 1989.

There is a Rolls-Royce prominently featured in the film. Did you take it for a spin?
No, no, no, no. I was too busy. But all the cars you see in the film, those were donated by people who live in Martha’s Vineyard. [They] just let us borrow their car. We had great cooperation, not just the many who gave money, but also across the board. A whole lot of people had to call in a whole lot of favors to get this done. So I’m eternally in their debt.

What’s next for you?
Well, currently I’m in production on a documentary on Michael Jackson’s album, Off the Wall. I’m in post-production with a feature-length documentary about Brazil called Go Brazil, Go! I’m executive producer on, and presenting, one of [my] student’s films, which is called Cronies. The world premiere is going to be at Sundance, the director’s name is Michael Larnell. And I’m writing and teaching. Working!

Say Say Say

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Michael Jackson/Paul MCcartney-SAY SAY SAY
Michael Jackson ft. Paul McCartney – The Girl is Mine

The musical piece that Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney announced in 1983.
Michael very liked the location of the music video of this duet music, and he bought that land. It’s “Never Land” his famous home. He did duets with Paul “The Girl Is Mine” It’s recorded in the album “Thriller”.

Michael Jackson – People of the World

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People of the World

In 1999, Michael Jackson wrote, composed and produced the song
for the Japanese Pop group J-FRIENDS in support of the Kobe relief effort. Michael wrote this song for the children in Kobe, where a devastating earthquake killed more than 5000 people in 1995. He offered to work with J-FRIENDS, who were then planning a charity project for the Kobe children, and co-produced this song with Japanese producer Yasushi Akimoto. The single ‘People of the World’ was released on January 13, 1999.