the Film received huge attention even before it was shown at the film festival Sundance a few weeks ago. Now will the american HBO, which is broadcasting the documentary in two parts premiered on 3 march, writes The Hollywood Reporter.
the News will not be received well by the late popkungens estate. In a ten-page letter, which THR come across, it targets a hearty scolding against HBO's ceo Richard Plepler.
the film to be one-sided, and the two alleged victims called for ”acknowledged liar”. In the letter also called for a meeting to come up with ”a solution”. Some stated the threat of legal challenges there are, however, not.
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”We know that this will be considered as the most shameful event in HBO's history,” reads part of the text, which is signed stjärnadvokaten Howard Weitzman.
notifies the tv giant to ”Leaving Neverland” is sent as planned.
”Dan Reed is an award-winning filmmaker who has carefully documented the two survivors ' testimony. People should not judge before they have seen the movie,” writes HBO.
After his death in 2009 Michael Jackson pulled out the equivalent of 20 billion kronor from music, movies, stage shows and various business interests, according to figures from Forbes. It is as much as he pulled in during his lifetime.
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