Spike Lee to Release Jackson Documentary
The documentary features never-before-seen footage from the king of pops archives, documenting his creative vision during the making of the Bad album
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 1 (UPI) -- ABC-TV says it has acquired the rights to U.S. director Spike Lees documentary about the making of Michael Jacksons album, "Bad."
The documentary, "Bad25," will premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival next month before its release on Thanksgiving, the Los Angeles Times reported Tuesday.
"This will be a very special Thanksgiving for all families to enjoy the genius of Michael Jackson," Lee said in a statement. "Big thanks to ABC for allowing people to witness the making of Michael Jacksons Bad album."
"Bad25" features never-before-seen footage from Jacksons archives documenting the pop stars creative vision during the making of the album, which made history with five consecutive No. 1 singles, the Times reported.
Martin Scorsese, Mariah Carey, Sheryl Crow, L.A. Reid and Kanye West will be featured in the documentary as part of a series of interviews Lee conducted with Jacksons collaborators, confidants and other musicians.