Despite legal menaces from the Michael Jackson Estate, HBO is moving forward with any intention to aura Leaving Neverland. Guided by Dan Reed, the four-hour programme items Michael Jackson’s long-running their relations with two underage boys, James Safechuck and Wade Robson, both of who accuse the pop vocalist of molesting them throughout the 1980 s and 90 s.

The film will premiere on HBO across two nights on March 3rd and 4th. In anticipation, the first trailer has been unveiled.

In a 10 -page letter sent to the following address HBO, Howard Weitzman, an advocate for the Michael Jackson Estate, described Leaving Neverland as “an admittedly one-sided, sensationalist platform, ” and said HBO “is being used as part of Robson’s and Safechuck’s law policy, ” as the two are currently trying appeals in disputes against the estate. Weitzman also took problem with the film’s excision of interrogations with the Jackson Estate or other parties who would refute the molestation claims.

“That HBO has now affiliated the tabloid media’s’ Michael Jackson cacophony’–ten years after his death–is truly harrowing, ” Weitzman went on to say in the symbol. “We know that HBO is facing serious competitive press from Netflix, Amazon and other more modern material providers, but to condescend to this position to recapture an public is scandalou. We know HBO and its partners on this documentary will not be successful. We know that this will go down as the most outrageous chapter in HBO’s history.”

HBO programming chairperson Casey Bloys said the law menaces won’t adapt HBO’s plans.“We hope that parties will reserve judgment until they see it, ” he remarked. “It’s very powerful to consider these two men share their storeys. I mull after everybody views it, there is an opportunity decide for themselves.” He too represented the soundnes of the movie, saying that it “absolutely” assembles HBO’s standards.

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