The two-hour movie that aired on Monday is based on their book, and MJ is played by world-famous impersonator Navi.
Several surprising and intimate details are revealed about the King of Pop in his new biopic — Michael Jackson: Finding Neverland, which is told from the point of view of his guards Bill Whitfield and Javon Beard. The two-hour movie that aired on Monday is based on their book, and MJ is played by world-famous impersonator Navi.
E! News reports that out of the many amusing details that the book reveals, one is that Michael Jackson brought his own hot sauce and spray butter to the movie theatre! And, when he would take his children out with masks on in order to evade the public’s gaze, he would call it ‘dress up’ and would make a game out of it, where he instructed his children to not use their real names. It also reveals that in case of emergencies, the star always carried around the Oscar statue for Gone With the Wind and a briefcase of $200,000 and his passports.
The film has more such details, however, it has not been formally authorised.