Thriller 40, a documentary about the making of the best-selling album of all time worldwide, will premiere on Paramount+ on December 2
Hey Paramount+ Announced the new documentary Thriller 40, The show will premiere live Saturday 2 December. Forty years after the release of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller,” the best-selling album of all time worldwide, director Nelson George takes fans on a journey back in time to experience the production of the record-breaking album and short film release. The accompanying movies that redefined the music video format and will be around forever.
With never-before-seen footage and exclusive interviews, Thriller 40 It chronicles the creation of a pre-internet global phenomenon unlike anything that came before or after it. “Thriller” launched Michael Jackson to major stardom, and to this day continues to influence all aspects of culture and entertainment, including the worlds of music, dance and fashion. In the documentary, major music and entertainment stars, such as Usher, Mary J. Blige, give their testimonies. Will.I.AmMark Ronson, Misty Copeland, Maxwell and John Landis.
Thriller 40 Produced by Optimum Productions and the company name. Producers are Colin Hanks, Sean Stewart, John Branca, and John MacLean.
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