Producers for an A&E Jackson family reality project claim they have “months and months” of footage that might contain exclusive scenes of Michael Jackson.
According to The Live Feed, Point 7 Entertainment has already shot material for the hour-long special it planned to air in 2010. The show might also as a backdoor pilot for a series.
"We have months and months of exclusive and intimate footage as a family, as a unit, as individuals, as brothers," producer Jodi Gomes said. "It’s enormous … this is not your average special."
She couldn’t give up the exact details on what the cameras caught, but she hinted that “a lot of it had to do with Michael.” The special is said to be following the Jacksons while they prepared for a reunion tour that Michael would have been included in.
"We were filming long before Michael announced his [London] O2 shows. The Jackson 5 were to have dates as well,” Jodi said.
While we’re talking about projects that Michael might posthumously be involved in, a new MJ video game is still in the works. IndustryGamers.com reports that MJJ Productions has been working on a home console game for “several months” that features a speech recorded by Michael.
"I am sure it will still be released," a rep for the company said. “Michael loved games.”
There aren’t any details on what kind of game it might be, but reportedly, it will include some of Michael’s biggest hits. It’s projected that the untitled project will be released just in time for the upcoming holiday season.
– Sonya Eskridge