Lifetime debuted their new Michael Jackson biopic Monday night. The film, Searching for Neverland, is based on a 2014 book penned by Jackson’s bodyguards Javon Beard and Bill Whitfield. Well-known
Michael Jackson’s former publicist, Kevin McLin, spoke to ABC and denied allegations that the singer was suffering from an eating disorder in the last years of his life. «He was just careful about
On Monday (May 29), the cable network aired, Searching for Neverland, a two-hour film chronicling the last three years of Michael Jackson’s life (as told through the eyes of his two bodyguards).
Michael Jackson’s tumultuous final years are getting the Lifetime treatment in the network’s latest biopic, “Michael Jackson: Searching for Neverland.” “He didn’t want to be the King of Pop
After Lifetime dropped the ball last year with their Michael Jackson biopic, you’d hope the TV movie fascination with the King of Pop’s last moments would be over. And yet, here we are. On
Starring Navi, the self-proclaimed “world’s greatest” Michael Jackson impersonator, the latest Lifetime bio-pic looks to be the low budget cringe-fest of your dreams.
Lifetime is at it again with the made-for-TV pop star biopics. The next one is Michael Jackson: Searching for Neverland, based on a 2014 book by the bodyguards who protected Jackson in his final
The King of Pop passed away at age fifty from cardiac arrest when his children were only 12, 11 and 7 years old. Prior to his passing very little was known about the trio of kids that Jackson kept sheltered away at his Neverland Ranch home.