In light of a 2014 book from two of Jackson’s own bodyguards, “Michael Jackson: Searching for Neverland” will follow the artist’s last years. Presently in pre-creation, the film will start shooting in Los Angeles in February. “Searching for Neverland” is told through the perspective of Javon Beard and Bill Whitfield, who filled in as Jackson’s bodyguards.
Whitfield, a previous cop and veteran of security, and Beard, a new kid on the block to the universe of private security, co-authored “Remember the Time: Protecting Michael Jackson in His Final Days.” The book is about Jackson’s years moving from city to city with his three youngsters keeping in mind the end goal to discover shelter from the general population eye taking after an absolution of tyke sexual manhandle in 2005. Navi, who charges himself as the “World’s No. 1” Michael Jackson tribute craftsman, will make his first acting appearance in the film with Chad L. Coleman as Whitfield.
Lifetime has had a muddled history with big name biopics. A film in light of the life of cherished R&B star Aaliyah was damaged with debate, and the system was mocked over movies in view of disastrous Hollywood stars Anna Nicole Smith and Brittany Murphy. Be that as it may, biopics on Toni Braxton and Whitney Houston appeared with less debate and were obviously better got. In February, the system will make a big appearance “Britney Ever After,” which will handle the highs and lows of Britney Spears.
News of the Jackson biopic comes as British TV station Sky Arts declared its choice not to air a scene of its “Urban Myths” arrangement taking after boundless shock. The arrangement wanted to air a comedic interpretation of the legend of Jackson, Elizabeth Taylor and Marlon Brando driving from New York to Ohio in the outcome of the 9/11 psychological militant assaults. The three alternated driving a humble rental auto, with Brando probably irritating Jackson and Taylor since he constrained them to stop at each KFC and Burger King they go along the expressway.