Following the news of the Animated TV Series announced back in July, here is the TV trailer for “Michael Jackson’s Halloween” out on October 27 exclusive to CBS!
Here have a look:
Hocus Pocus writer Mick Garris began his relationship with the legendary Michael Jackson when he and his wife had the opportunity to play extras in the famous “Thriller” music video.
“I’m really fortunate to have been able to work with, and become friends with, Michael Jackson,” Garris said on Entertainment Weekly: The Show. “It was right after American Werewolf — Michael had seen that and had been blown away by it. He wanted to do something on film like that. Michael was very frightened of horror films and was fascinated by the makeup of it.”
Fabrice, aka Hector Barjot was at Kingvention again this year and this year, Kingvention had a Thriller Dance Masterclass with Eddie Garcia, one of Michael Jackson’s Dancers which took place just day before Kingvention, Friday 29 September. Anyway, Hector was there so here we go:
DISCLAIMER: THIS IS NOT A COLLECTOR VIDEO (LOL)
About Eddie: Camp Me
About Kingvention: KINGVENTION
Julien’s Auctions will have more items for grab for their “Icons and Idols, Rock’N’Roll” auction which will take place in LA on November 4th!
Michael Jackson will take center stage once again as several of The King of Pop’s most thrilling and unforgettable pop culture moments will be showcased in this auction. His signature single white glove was all his own; a white rhinestone version worn during the Triumph Tour in 1981 by Jackson and on stage at the historic Motown 25 television special in 1983 is just one centerpiece item (estimate: $60,000-$80,000).
Scandroid, the synthwave project of Detroit producer Klayton, is quickly becoming a go-to resource for synth-driven and seasonally appropriate covers: His rendition of Star Wars‘ “The Force Theme” was perfect for May The Fourth, and now he’s getting ready for Halloween with an electric cover of Michael Jackson’s spooky classic “Thriller.” The track premieres today exclusively on Nerdist, and while Jackson’s original doesn’t need any improving, the bombastic synths and punchy percussion make it feel like you’re driving through the set of Miami Vice at 200 miles per hour.