20th Century Fox met with pop star Michael Jackson, who wanted to play Charles Xavier in 2000's X-Men.
A lot of interesting celebrities came in and asked to be included in the cast for the original X-Men, no celebrating its 20th Anniversary.
Michael Jackson has been dead for nearly 11 years and people are still asking Macaulay Culkin about his relationship with the pop icon.
Produced by Johnny Depp, the unauthorized musical will be told from the perspective of Michael Jackson's glove.
Graham King has secured the rights to produce a Michael Jackson biopic, with John Logan set to write the screenplay.
The first Leaving Neverland trailer comes as the controversial Michael Jackson documentary heads towards its wide release.
After Leaving Neverland premiered at Sundance over the weekend, Michael Jackson's family released two statements on the documentary.
Channel 4 and HBO have teamed to co-produce and release Dan Reed's two-part Michael Jackson documentary Leaving Neverland.
Hollywood agent Michael Ovitz reveals that Michael Jackson once very seriously contacted him about playing James Bond.
Michael Jackson's Thriller 3D premiered at the Venice Film Festival last year and fans of the late musician have been anticipating a wide release.
An early rough cut of Michael Jackson's Captain EO has made its way online, allowing fans to see how the movie came together.
Macaulay Culkin recently appeared on Marc Maron's podcast, where he talked about his friendship with Michael Jackson and Jackson's daughter Paris.
Paris Jackson thinks that their might have been a supernatural reason for Wendy Williams fainting on live television.
The King of Pop had his eye on playing one of Star Wars most hated characters, but George Lucas said no.
The late pop singer's estate has approached Ivan Reitman and Tom Pollock's Montecito Picture Company to produce and finance the biopic.
Discovery Communications pulled the plug after 9,000 fans signed an online petition against the program.
GK Films, Fox 2000, Lionsgate and Summit Entertainment are all vying to make a feature film based on Michael Jackson's classic song and music video.
Ian Halperin's documentary is culled from 300 hours of footage shot inside Michael Jackson's camp.
The final film from the King of Pop hits DVD and Blu-ray on January 26th.