Director Spike Lee is in the process of creating a remarkable Michael Jackson film to commemorate the late king of pop's "Bad" album. This August will actually mark the 25th anniversary MJ's hit record. According to Spike, there is never before seen footage in the documentary, even some clips that have been recorded by Michael himself. He went on to call it the "treasure chest of findings," reports Essence.
Not only will the film center MJ's music but it will also show a very fun and humorous side to the legendary performer. There is no word as to when the documentary will release, but in the meantime I think we should kick back and just play our favorite MJ tracks.
How do you feel about this upcoming Michael Jackson film? Does it sound a little reminiscent of "This Is It"? Is it something you'd want to watch? Let us know.
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