Michael Jackson THRILLER in 3D coming This SUMMER

Michael Jackson THRILLER in 3D coming This SUMMER.


Michael Jackson will be scaring fans from  later this summer with a reworked release of his iconic music video “Thriller” in 3D.
Director John Landis, who shot "Thriller" in 1982 with “The King of Pop,” will oversee the project, according to industry sources.
Landis has been secretly re-working the iconic 14-minute music video, which was a groundbreaking piece of music history.
 Sources say that Michael's son Prince and daughter Paris have been involved in the project, but details are being kept under wraps.

“Thriller is coming out again in movie form this summer and it will be something very special,” we're told. “John took the original footage, cleaned it up and has made it into something very unique.”
Our insider says Jacko, who died in 2009 and would’ve turned 59 in August, would have likely been pleased with this project.
“Michael’s vision before his death was to bring ‘Thriller’ to movie theaters and use IMAX and 3D technology to make fans feel they are in the video with him,” we're told. “There is a marketing plan in place to launch the new version with a huge PR drive with (Jackson’s children) Prince and Paris involved.”

The movie release marks the 35th anniversary of the “Thriller” album launch.

credit : nydailynews

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