Director Allan Moyle helms this drama that captures dichotomy of one of the most controversial entertainers of all time -- pop megastar Michael Jackson, aka "The Gloved One."
Following the recent imprisonment of Jackson's doctor Conrad Murray for involuntary manslaughter, we are taken on a journey through the extraordinary life of Michael Jackson from his debut in the Jackson 5 to his untimely death in 2009.
Gary, Indiana, birthplace of Michael Jackson, hosted a memorial reminiscent of the talent shows that spawned the Jackson 5
Two days before his death, Michael Jackson performed an energetic rehearsal for his London tour. The promoters, AEG Live, have released this footage
The last few decades have been rough, but TIME's music critic Josh Tyrangiel finds much to praise in his back catalog
Picking random lyrics from a glove, people in New York reminisce about the meaning of Jackson's songs to their lives
Aphrodite Jones covered Michael Jackson's molestation trial in 2005 in California for Fox News. Now, she explains what the trial was like and why she knew
The line to get into the celebration of Michael Jackson at Harlem's Apollo Theater snaked around the block
Though he only had one major role in a feature movie -- 1978's The Wiz -- Michael Jackson worked with top film directors on videos and short films
Crowds (and media!) gathered at Michael Jackson's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame to mourn the pop star's death
On the 25 June, 2009 the world stood still to receive the news that Michael Jackson, the King of Pop, was dead.
Michael Jackson thrilled millions with song and dance - but he had issues when it came to young boys, though denying he ever abused. This special tracks it all, including the important players in his life and his incredible music.
Dubbed the "King of Pop," singer-songwriter Michael Jackson was born in Gary, Indiana, on August 29, 1958. As a child, he performed as the lead singer of the Jackson family's popular Motown group, the Jackson Five.
In the wake of Michael Jackson’s death, the World went into mourning, but, as people began to deal with the news of his passing, attention turned to all that he had left the world.
Technological advances, especially robotics, are revolutionizing the workplace, but not necessarily creating jobs; then, Lesley Stahl gets an in-depth look at the National September 11 Memorial Museum; and, the Michael Jackson brand is alive and well-paid: the pop legend has made more money in death than he ever did alive.
When two hard-partying lovers fall on hard times they turn to an elderly couple for help, but the older couple s generosity is soon repaid with cold-blooded betrayal.
The Jackson family matriarch continues her fight. Attorneys for Michael Jackson's mother Katherine and his three children filed court documents citing misconduct of the jury and insufficient evidence in an effort to seek a new trial in a wrongful death lawsuit against concert promoter AEG. The wrongful death lawsuit claimed the concert promoter had acted negligently by hiring Dr. Conrad Murray as Jackson's personal physician, but a jury concluded Murray was sufficiently qualified for his job.
HOT TUB TIME MACHINE follows a group of best friends who've become bored with their adult lives: Adam (John Cusack) has been dumped by his girlfriend; Lou (Rob Corddry) is a party guy who can't find the party; Nick's (Craig Robinson) wife controls his every move; and video game-obsessed Jacob (Clark Duke) won't leave his basement. After a crazy night of drinking in a ski resort hot tub, the men wake up, heads pounding, in the year 1986. This is their chance to kick some past and change their futures, one will find a new love life, one will learn to stand up for himself with the ladies, one will find his mojo, and one will make sure he still exists!
Young Isaiah Alston is so excited he wants to run and jump around. Isaiah was so pleased that Kelly Rowland compared him to a young Michael Jackson.
Roxxy Montana performed Michael Jackson's "Man in the Mirror," determined to advance further in the competition than they did last year.
Michael Jackson's daughter Paris discussed life with her late father and a budding acting career in an interview with Ellen DeGeneres.
Katy Perry was raised by conservative parents in Santa Barbara, In 2011, 5 of her singles from "Teenage Dream" went to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, tying Michael Jackson's record.
On Friday, Julien’s Auctions will put some iconic pop music memorabilia on the block for sale, including jackets worn by music legends Michael Jackson and Elvis Presley.
Al Sharpton reveals the story behind Michael Jackson's visit to see and care for James Brown's body once the icon passed away.
Inspired by Waititi’s Oscar-nominated short, "Two Cars, One Night," (which the filmmaker developed into a feature at the Sundance Writer's Lab), BOY is set in 1984 in the remote Maori community of WaihauBay, a location whose natural splendor only serves to underscore the hardscrabble life of its inhabitants. At the center of the story is eleven year-old "Boy" (played by newcomer James Rolleston), a high-spirited adolescent obsessed with American pop culture - especially Michael Jackson - and prone to particularly vivid fantasies about his long-absent father, (played by Waititi), whom he imagines as an adventurous world traveler. When his father returns, Boy discovers, instead, a lovable loser who has been serving a seven-year sentence for robbery, and inveterate schemer whose daydreams are no more grounded in reality than his son's. Confronting the enormous contrast between the father he longed for and the one he has, Boy crosses the threshold into adulthood, having proven himself both strong enough and smart enough to live a better life than his dad's.
July 1 - Michael Jackson fans gather at Neverland; Michael Jackson begged for insomnia drugs; Farrah Fawcett's life celebrated at private funeral in Los Angeles.
Al Sharpton gives an update on how the Jackson family is doing as they prepare to lay Michael Jackson in his final resting place. Plus, are the reports of Joe Jackson causing splits in the family true?
Following an interview with Larry King at CNN's studios in LA, Dr. Drew Pinsky talks about the need for regulations for the treatment of high profile patients and comments on La Toya Jackson's observation of Michael's death.