Sony Pictures Entertainment and Sony Music Entertainment recently bagged the screening right of “This Is It” by paying Jackson’s estate and AEG Live at least $60 million.
The movie will have a limited two-week run in theatres. The majority of the footages were captured in high definition with digital sound during June at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles, California, and The Forum in Inglewood, California, when the late singer was preparing for a series of 50 “This Is It” concerts planned to be presented at the O2 Arena in London.
The much-awaited documentary This Is It will hit screens on October 27 and 28. Michael Jackson has an army of fans everywhere around the world.
The video collection of more than 80 hours of rehearsal and behind-the-scenes footage of legendary pop singer Michael Jackson, will have simultaneous premieres next month in more than 15 cities worldwide.