Micahel Jackson’s biopic is in the works and the news has been reported by the producer Graham King who also produced the hit film of the year Bohemian Rhapsody. It has been reported that Graham King has secured all the rights of Jackson’s music, performances and also his house, the film will be based on the legacy of Michael Jackson.

The movie will be covering the story of Jackson since he was a child until he died in 2009 aged 50 due to an overdose of sleeping pills before a planned concert just a week away which would have marked his comeback.

Speaking about the allegations of Child Abuse on Michael Jackson Graham King said “Jackson was tried and acquitted in 2005 on charges of molesting a 13-year-old boy. In 1994, he settled a sexual abuse civil lawsuit concerning another 13 year-old boy. His reputation came under scrutiny again this year because of the Emmy-winning documentary Leaving Neverland in which two men gave emotional accounts of what they said was sexual abuse by the singer in the 1990s when they were boys. Jackson’s family attacked the documentary and his estate denounced it as a rehash of dated and discredited allegations.”

Uptil now it has only been reported that the script of the film will be written by John Logan however the cast, and details of the film have not been decided till yet.

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