News featuring Michael Jackson

The following news stories mention Michael Jackson. Stories are compiled from a hand-picked selection of popular music news sites based in Great Britain, Europe and the United States. Updated less than 2 hours ago.

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  • Absolutely Free Explain Their Holographic Ambitions

    Despite the fact that Michael Jackson, Tupac, Ol' Dirty Bastard and Hatsune Miku are no longer with us (or, in the case of the latter, never were), they've all recently appeared before audiences in hologram form. The latest still-living addition to this somewhat contentious list is Toronto trio Absolutely Free. While it's doubtful that anyone will raise the sort of stink that, say, a resurrected Dirt Dog created, Absolutely Free's virtual appearance this weekend as part of a Toronto Long Winter event with Hot Docs is still intended to be somewhat provocative. After all, the...Read More

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Friday 3rd October

  • Michael Jackson's 'Thriller' video to be re-released in 3D

    Project is being overseen by original video director John Landis

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  • Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” To Get 3D Treatment

    When Michael Jackson released “Thriller,” he was the first to treat the music video as an event in and of itself. Without the 14-minute mini-film (and its then-massive budget of $500,000), today’s popular artists might not have tried to recreate that same magic. There have been some valiant efforts – Lady Gaga‘s dizzying TV event […]

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  • Michael Jackson's "Thriller" Video to Get the 3D Treatment

    Michael Jackson and director John Landis made history with 1983's epic "Thriller" music video, and it has now been revealed that the clip will be getting revamped in 3D. Clocking in at 14 minutes and featuring perhaps the most iconic dance sequence of the music video era, the video is set to make its way to the big screen and Blu-ray in 2015. The news comes following a lengthy battle between Landis and Jackson's estate, but with a settlement in place, the video's original director is looking to give it an update. "It is going to reappear in a highly polished and...Read More

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