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Michael Jackson’s nephew will star in a biopic about the singer

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The film follows the early life of Michael Jackson and his rise to the status of the King of Pop and one of the most iconic performers.

King of Pop Michael Jackson’s nephew Jafar Jackson will star in a biopic about the singer. It was reported by The Playlist.

Also, the film’s director, the American Antoine Fuqua, announced the start of filming and shared the first frame from the set, where Jafar tries to recreate Jackson’s famous movements.

“It was very exciting to watch Jafar bring Michael to life. When I first met Jafar, I felt a strong spiritual connection, he imitates Michael with an innate naturalness and has great chemistry with the camera,” he said.

It is known that the filmmakers said that they will not abandon the scandalous situations of Michael Jackson, including various allegations of sexual abuse and his tragic death from an overdose of powerful drugs .

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Earlier it was reported that the French writer Bernard-Henri Levy announced the presentation of a new documentary about Ukraine.

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