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♫ His Music Will Live ForEver ♫

“Over the years we became a family,all of us.You are my family…My children are your children and all the children of the world are our children and our responsibility.

It was you,who put your heart on the line.It was you,who stepped forward to defend someone you love.It was you,on a worldwide basis who supported me as my army,my soldiers of love.

You were always there.You are always loyal and I love you forever.” Michael Jackson
Jul 24 '14
Jul 24 '14

(Source: OhhMichael)

Jul 24 '14

(Source: OhhMichael)

Jul 23 '14

April 1998 - Team Black And White meets Michael for the umpteenth time in Los Angeles.

From left to right Boulmé Christophe, Michael, Julien Laurent Hopman and Derain (first photo)

Jul 23 '14

May 2013 - The Gallery on the Corner in London - Making HIStory- Incredible photographs of Michael Jackson, taken by French photographer Christophe Boulmé over the years, will be exhibited. Christophe worked with Michael during the HIStory was and was responsible for the cover of the single “Stranger In Moscow”, the cover of “Ghosts” and some pictures in the booklet of HIStory.

Jul 23 '14

Own a piece of HIStory – Limited Edition Print from Christophe Boulme!

French Photographer and Friend Christophe Boulme who has photographed Michael Jackson on many occasions is giving the fans the opportunity to own a piece of HIStory! You can now purchase photographic prints of the King of Pop through his website for only €14.99!

The prints are 20x30cm and are extremely LIMITED – Only 50 copies of each!

Every 2 weeks, the set of pictures will change so keep an eye on his website! (http://mjvibe.com/News/2014/07/22/own-a-piece-of-history-limited-edition-print-from-christophe-boulme/)

Jul 23 '14
expressionsofpassion:

Michael, Warren Beatty, & Brett Ratner

expressionsofpassion:

Michael, Warren Beatty, & Brett Ratner

Jul 23 '14
"He moves the temple of his body and the chimes of his ego sound in the breeze of our awe. He is on fire, is a panther in Astaire’s weightless heaven. He prowls, growls, howls. Then, suddenly, that intergalactic smile. Jesus, what a smile! He wants us for his moonbeams."
Melody Maker’s review of Michael’s Wembley Stadium appearance during his 1997 HIStory World Tour
Jul 23 '14
"Michael was really concerned about the dancing of course and the choreography. He also had a fascination with transformation, which was also a huge part of ‘Thriller’. He liked the Transformer toys which were new at the time. He wanted to see all the designs."
Rusty Lemorande - American Screenwriter
Jul 23 '14

(Source: shflawless)

Jul 23 '14

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Jul 23 '14
thrillamania:

Judd Lander was the Head of Promotions at Epic UK in 79, the year that ‘Off The Wall’ was released. Here, he recounts working with the King of Pop during the first height of his fame.

thrillamania:

Judd Lander was the Head of Promotions at Epic UK in 79, the year that ‘Off The Wall’ was released. Here, he recounts working with the King of Pop during the first height of his fame.

Jul 23 '14

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Jul 22 '14

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Jul 22 '14
When did you first meet Michael?
Rusty Lemorande: Shortly after I met with Jeff Katzenberg and then with George Lucas, there was a big meeting with Michael and some of the big men at Disney and engineers of the theme park division. I was in a conference room when I first met Michael. From that point on I met him a few times at his house to discuss how the project was developing and to get his approval on things. He had to constantly approve many aspects of the show and he was smart about what he liked and what he didn’t like. During the development stage, Michael was very happy with the screenplay and the creatures, who he really wanted to be unique.
In the screenplay, were there any ideas that did not make the final cut for the movie?
Rusty Lemorande: In the screenplay, the search for the Queen when they landed was much more detailed. In the final product there is not much time spent on that search: they leave the ship, walk through a junk yard and they are captured right away. Also, inside the spaceship where we meet the creatures, there was a scene with them cleaning up the ship. The little robot was supposed to be a vacuum cleaner clearing up the garbage. We shot some of that but it was cut in the end!
How was Michael on and off set?
Rusty Lemorande: Was Michael different? He was always very quiet. He would be in his trailer between shots but that is typical of any actor. He was very professional and attentive to everything that needed to be done. He was also a very good student. What he didn’t know he learnt quickly and asked questions but he was very respectful of the process. I should also mention – sorry I forgot – he was concerned about the 3D element. He really wanted it to be strong and unique. You have to remember at that time, no one was doing 3D movies.
Michael was really concerned about the dancing of course and the choreography. He also had a fascination with transformation, which was also a huge part of “Thriller”. He liked the Transformer toys which were new at the time. He wanted to see all the designs.
Did you stay in touch with Michael after?
Rusty Lemorande: YES! We remained friendly and had two film projects in the pipeline. He wanted to do films. We developed a film at Turner Films that doesn’t exist anymore; and one at the Warner Brothers. They stopped after Michael’s scandals. That really killed his movie career.

When did you first meet Michael?

Rusty Lemorande: Shortly after I met with Jeff Katzenberg and then with George Lucas, there was a big meeting with Michael and some of the big men at Disney and engineers of the theme park division. I was in a conference room when I first met Michael. From that point on I met him a few times at his house to discuss how the project was developing and to get his approval on things. He had to constantly approve many aspects of the show and he was smart about what he liked and what he didn’t like. During the development stage, Michael was very happy with the screenplay and the creatures, who he really wanted to be unique.

In the screenplay, were there any ideas that did not make the final cut for the movie?

Rusty Lemorande: In the screenplay, the search for the Queen when they landed was much more detailed. In the final product there is not much time spent on that search: they leave the ship, walk through a junk yard and they are captured right away. Also, inside the spaceship where we meet the creatures, there was a scene with them cleaning up the ship. The little robot was supposed to be a vacuum cleaner clearing up the garbage. We shot some of that but it was cut in the end!

How was Michael on and off set?

Rusty Lemorande: Was Michael different? He was always very quiet. He would be in his trailer between shots but that is typical of any actor. He was very professional and attentive to everything that needed to be done. He was also a very good student. What he didn’t know he learnt quickly and asked questions but he was very respectful of the process. I should also mention – sorry I forgot – he was concerned about the 3D element. He really wanted it to be strong and unique. You have to remember at that time, no one was doing 3D movies.

Michael was really concerned about the dancing of course and the choreography. He also had a fascination with transformation, which was also a huge part of “Thriller”. He liked the Transformer toys which were new at the time. He wanted to see all the designs.

Did you stay in touch with Michael after?

Rusty Lemorande: YES! We remained friendly and had two film projects in the pipeline. He wanted to do films. We developed a film at Turner Films that doesn’t exist anymore; and one at the Warner Brothers. They stopped after Michael’s scandals. That really killed his movie career.