It looks like we’ll be getting a new Michael Jackson documentary.
Spike Lee, who directed Michael Jackson’s Bad 25 doc, will be shooting another to accompany the rerelease of Michael’s iconic Off The Wall album.
According to Pitchfork, Off The Wall will be rereleased next month with Spike’s new documentary. The documentary, Michael Jackson’s Journey From Motown To Off The Wall, will feature interviews with everyone from The Weeknd, Lee Daniels, and Pharrell Williams, to Kobe Bryant, Questlove, Misty Copeland, Mark Ronson, John Legend, L.A. Reid, and of course, Michael’s parents, Katherine and Joe Jackson.
The film will dive into the making of one of many classic albums Michael was able to create over his 40-year reign as a pop icon. It will be screened at this year’s Sundance Film Festival on January 24.
The bundle album will be available in stores and online on February 26.
SOURCE: Pitchfork | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty
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