Michael Jackson Filme Produktion in Serien
Michael Joseph Jackson war ein US-amerikanischer Sänger, Tänzer, Songwriter, Autor, Musik- und Filmproduzent sowie Musikmanager. Thriller (Michael Jackson's Thriller) Ghosts (Michael Jackson's Ghosts). Entdecke alle Serien und Filme von Michael Jackson. Von den Anfängen seiner 38 Karriere-Jahre bis zu geplanten Projekten. aiue.se: Nachdem er mit dem Biopic über Queen und Sänger Freddie Mercury einen Mega-Hit landete, hat sich Produzent Graham. Mit seinem Album "Thriller" erklimmt der junge Michael Jackson den Thron der Popmusik. Von Fans und Kritikern gefeiert, wird der ehemalige Kinderstar Anfang.
Michael Jackson-Bodyguard schreibt für Jacko-Film und Navi spielt die Hauptrolle. Hier den Trailer ansehen. aiue.se: Nachdem er mit dem Biopic über Queen und Sänger Freddie Mercury einen Mega-Hit landete, hat sich Produzent Graham. Michael Jackson. geboren am , gestorben am US-amerikanischer Musiker. Darsteller in Serien.
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Michael Jackson at the White House in Nick Saxton. It was Jackson's first music video as a solo artist. The music video shows a smiling Jackson dancing and singing "Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough" in a black and white tuxedo with a black bow tie while appearing chroma keyed over a background of abstract geometric figures.
At one stage, Jackson is seen dancing in triplicate, which was considered innovative at the time.
Bruce Gowers. The video featured Jackson in a sparkly sequined suit singing the song with a bright laser behind him.
It was filmed on a stage in Los Angeles called the Stage. The music video for the song featured Jackson sitting on a stool in a darkened room singing the song, lit by a single spotlight.
The video uses a split screen technique to simultaneously show Jackson from two different angles during the second and third verses.
Steve Barron. The short film for "Billie Jean" is considered the video that brought MTV , until then a fairly new and unknown music channel, into mainstream attention.
It was one of the first videos by a black artist to be aired regularly by the channel, as the network's executives felt black music was not " rock " enough.
Bob Giraldi. In the short film, the duo play "Mac and Jack", a pair of conmen who sell a "miracle potion".
John Landis. This music video became one of Jackson's most successful and was filmed at the Palace Theatre in downtown Los Angeles.
Ola Ray co-starred in the short film as Jackson's love interest. The zombie dance in the video remains a halloween favorite today.
Tom Trbovich. Martin Scorsese. The video is an minute short film written by novelist and screenwriter Richard Price.
In the video, Jackson portrays a teenager named Darryl, who has just completed a term at an expensive private school. He returns home where he is greeted by old friends, including gang leader, Mini Max played by Wesley Snipes.
Darryl takes the gang to the subway station in an attempt to show his friends he is still "bad" by robbing an elderly man.
He has a change of heart at the last minute and Mini Max chastises him, telling Darryl he's no longer bad. The camera pans away only to return to Darryl surrounded by less menacing gang members where they all then break out in song and dance as Darryl's new way of proving "who's bad.
Joe Pytka. The short version of the video is six minutes and thirty-four seconds long and the full version is nine minutes and thirty-three seconds in length.
The video begins with a group of men attempting to get the attention of women. Jackson's character appeared to stand apart from the group in his approach to get the attention of their female counterparts.
Former model Tatiana Thumbtzen plays Jackson's love interest in the video. After playfully chasing her throughout the video and captivating her through dance, the video ends with a warm embrace of the two characters.
Joe Seneca and Sean Cheesman have roles in the video. Donald Wilson. This video differs from Jackson's other videos mainly because Jackson himself does not appear in the video, aside from a brief clip toward the end of the video in which he can be seen donning a red jacket and standing in a large crowd.
The five-minute music video for the song was directed by Joe Pytka. The woman who appears in the video is model Lisa Dean.
A second seven-minute long accompanying video of a live performance which should not be confused with the actual music video was filmed in early in front of a live audience during Jackson's show in Madison Square Garden.
Colin Chilvers. In the music video, Michael Jackson and the dancers immediately around him perform a seemingly impossible forward lean.
To accomplish this maneuver, a hitching mechanism which Jackson co-patented was built into the floor of the stage and the performers' shoes, thereby allowing performers to lean without needing to keep their centers of mass directly over their feet.
Jerry Kramer Will Vinton. Jackson filmed a promotional video for the song, seen first as a segment in the anthology film Moonwalker Jerry Kramer Colin Chilvers.
Jackson filmed the video as a promotional video for the song, which originally was a segment of his film Moonwalker.
Jim Blashfield. The music video featured llamas and peacocks from an animal preserve and an amusement park, Oak's Park.
The video was the result of the media criticizing his idiosyncrasies. Grey Gold. The music video featured seven of the nine Jackson siblings, except for La Toya and Marlon.
Jim Yukich. The music video featured many of Jackson's celebrity friends who gathered on a soundstage to film the music video for "Liberian Girl", only to discover that Jackson was filming them all along.
This was the second time John Landis and Jackson worked together, the previous time being Thriller.
It was choreographed by Vincent Paterson. John Singleton. It was a nine-minute video directed by John Singleton and promoted as a "short film.
The video also featured Jackson's first on-screen kiss. Herb Ritts. The sepia colored music video featured Jackson performing sensual dance routines with supermodel Naomi Campbell.
The clip was filmed in Salton Sea , California. David Kellogg. The video featured cameo appearance by the rap duo Kris Kross and Michael Jordan.
Both Jordan and Jackson teach one another their special talents in this video; Jordan's basketball skills and Jackson's "moonwalk".
The music video featured children living in countries suffering from unrest , especially Burundi. It is also one of only a handful of Michael Jackson's videos not to feature Jackson himself.
Andy Morahan. David Fincher. In the music video Jackson was featured falling in love with a high-priced escort and stares sadly at the city skyline.
Eddie Murphy. Wayne Isham Klasky Csupo. This video features Jackson and Murphy instantly materializing from a cosmic cloud.
The pair playfully sing and dance as peace signs and music notes scrolled across the screen behind them.
This was the second time Murphy and Jackson had worked together, the first being for the music video for " Remember the Time ".
Vincent Paterson. Bill DiCicco. The footage in the music video featured scenes of Jackson and Ryan White together, as well as brief coverage from White's funeral.
Home movies, donated by White's mother Jeanne, were also shown in the short film. Rupert Wainwright.
Janet Jackson. Mark Romanek. Nick Brandt. Jason James Richter and Francis Capra , actors from the movie Free Willy 2 , both make a cameo appearance in the video.
Wayne Isham. The video featured temple scenes that were a homage to Maxfield Parrish's painting "Daybreak" and theater scenes which was filmed at the Pantages Theatre , in Los Angeles.
Lisa Marie Presley , Jackson's wife at the time, appears in an affectionate semi-nude scene with him. The video was filmed in three geographic regions Americas, Europe and Africa.
The first location was the Amazon rainforest , where natives of the region appeared in the video and were not actors.
The third location was Tanzania , which incorporated scenes of illegal poaching and hunting into the video.
The final location was in Warwick, New York , where a safe forest fire was simulated in a corn field. Ralph Ziman.
The video featured 3T and Jackson and is shot in black and white. Spike Lee. One of two music videos made for the single. The first was filmed in Salvador Pelourinho and in Rio de Janeiro.
Jackson also collaborated with members of the cultural group Olodum , who "swayed to the heavy beat of Salvador's 'samba-reggae' music".
The video was filmed in a prison with cell mates; in the video Jackson is seen handcuffed. It also contains real footage of police attacking African Americans, the military crackdown of the protest in the Tiananmen Square , the Ku Klux Klan , war crimes , genocide, execution, martial law , and other human rights abuses.
The music video was shot in Los Angeles and is based on Jackson's personal life, portraying him walking around looking for new people to talk to, as he did in his real life.
Michael Jackson Vincent Paterson. Carmit Bachar , member of The Pussycat Dolls , was featured as a dancer in the music video.
Another version of the music video was made, presented as the "Refugee Camp Mix". Stan Winston. Written by Jackson and Stephen King, Ghosts is a minutes epic.
For this video, Jackson revisits the gothic-horror genre and depict Jackson playing the antagonist and protagonist.
Jackson unveiled the film at the Cannes Film Festival , as part of the album promotion. Paul Hunter. The video, which is over thirteen minutes long, was described as being a short film.