Tuesday, September 17, 2013


The King of Pop has been gone for five years now (June 25, 2009) but he still creates the buzz in the media territory. Should he be left to rest in peace?

The answer may probably be ‘No’ and that’s because Michael Jackson left behind his private diary carrying his deepest desire. The multi-billionaire singer had 39 years of a successful music career but he still needed something else…to be immortalized in film!

Michael’s diary was found and in it the singer disclosed his deepest desire to get into the silver screen. He wrote, “If I don’t concentrate on film, no immortalization. [I want to be] better than Kelly and Astaire . . . the greatest ever.” He challenged himself to be “in the likes of Chaplin, Michelangelo, Disney. These men Demanded Perfection Innovation always.”

According to New York Post Michael Jackson called on American Idol creator Simon Fuller to help him bring his movie dream to life, “Develop [undecipherable] 2 a year for 6 years . . . a movie a year for the next 5 years,” Jackson wrote. “Simon Fuller . . . call Fuller myself.”

If Michael Jackson had succeeded with his big plan, he would become the “first multi-billionaire entertainer-actor-director” in the world. Wonder how that movie could have looked like?

The Jackson family’s lawyers are requesting Michael’s writings to be admitted into evidence in his manslaughter case so they can prove that the 50-year-old entertainer still had future money-making plans.

How Nice?