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The Dangerous World Tour was the second world concert tour by American singer Michael Jackson to promote his eighth studio album Dangerous . The tour was sponsored by Pepsi-Cola . All profits were donated to various charities including Jackson's own " Heal the World Foundation ". It began in Munich , Germany , on June 27, 1992, and concluded in Mexico City , Mexico , on November 11, 1993, playing 69 concerts in Europe , Asia and Latin America . Jackson performed in stadiums across the world with all being sold out in countries in Asia, Latin America, and Europe. At the tour's end, it grossed over $100 million and was attended by 3,500,000 people. [3]

The October 1, 1992, concert in Bucharest, Romania was filmed for broadcast on the HBO network on October 10. Jackson sold the film rights for the concert for $20 million, then the highest amount for a concert performer to appear on television. [4] The special, Live in Bucharest: The Dangerous Tour , earned Jackson the second of two CableACE Awards of his career, this one for Outstanding Performance Musical Special. [5]

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Dangerous World Tour: 1992 – 1993

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The Dangerous Tour started on June 27th 1992 and ended on November 11th 1993. It consisted of 69 concerts and was seen by approximately 3.5 million people. All proceeds from the tour were donated to various charities, including Michael’s Heal The World Foundation. The tour was unfortunately cut short due to health reasons.

The tour had a spectacular ending, with what looked like Michael putting on a jet pack and flying over the audiences’ head and out of the stadium’.

Set List – 1st Leg:

  • Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’
  • Human Nature
  • Smooth Criminal
  • I Just Can’t Stop Loving You
  • She’s Out Of My Life
  • Jackson 5 Medley
  • Billie Jean
  • Workin’ Day And Night
  • Will You Be There
  • The Way You Make Me Feel
  • Black Or White
  • Heal The World
  • Man In The Mirror

Set List – 2nd Leg:

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The Dangerous World Tour was Michael Jackson's second concert tour. The tour took place from June 27, 1992 to November 11, 1993.....

The 69 concert dates of the tour attracted more than three million fans & the staging of the concert sets took nearly three days to set up. There were 20 trucks of equipment that were shuttled on cargo planes to countries around the world.

Michael ended up cutting the remainder of his tour short due to the stress from the child sexual abuse allegations levelled against him.

  • 1 Tour Overview
  • 2 Preparations & Set Designs
  • 3.1 Super Bowl XXVII Halftime Show
  • 4 Opening Acts
  • 6 Tour Dates
  • 7 Concert Broadcast & Recordings
  • 8 Tour Personnel

Tour Overview [ ]

Following the huge success of Michael's first solo world tour, Bad World Tour (where he earned over $125 million), the star claimed that he would not tour again and would concentrate on making films and records instead.

On February 3, 1992 in a Pepsi press conference, it was announced that he would be touring again. The announcement coincided with a new deal between Michael and Pepsi with a reported $20 million deal to sponsor the tour.

In an interview, Michael stated, " The only reason I am going on tour is to raise funds for the newly formed Heal the World Foundation, an international children's charity, that I am spearheading to assist children and the ecology. My goal is to gross $100 million by Christmas 1993. I urge every corporation and individual who cares about this planet and the future of the children to help raise money for the charity. The Heal the World Foundation will contribute funds to paediatric AIDS in honour of my friend, Ryan White. I am looking forward to this tour because it will allow me to devote time to visiting children all around the world, as well as spread the message of global love, in the hope that others will be moved to do their share to help heal the world ."

" Michael's show, I loved ," said Janet Jackson. " The only thing – and I told him – that I wish he had done was to play more songs from the new album. And I wish he had played 'Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough'. He goes, 'I know, Jan, and the other brothers told me that, but you know what? I was really pressed for time.' And that's the thing, when you become so busy. So it was pretty much the same show as he's been doing for some time ."

Preparations & Set Designs [ ]

The stage used for the tour required more time to set up than before. Equipment, which in total weighed over 100 tons, required two Boeing 747 jet aircraft and multiple lorries to transport to each venue.

For the tour's design, Michael was influenced by the uniform worn by the military. For "Jam", the first performance on the set list, He wore two variations of a faux-military uniform.

During the 1992 leg, the uniform was a grey-green jacket with a one bolted strap which sparkled with multicolour.

For the Tokyo and 1993 leg, Michael wore a black uniform with three gold bolted straps, one going from his collar to his waist in one direction and the other two in another; he also used similar costume at the first Dangerous tour concert in Munich, the Super Bowl XXVII halftime show in 1993, and later at the Royal Brunei Concert in 1996.

The tour also incorporated several stage illusions. The Dangerous era was considered one of Michael's best.

Each concert on the tour ended by a stuntman, Kinnie Gibson, who secretly switched with Michael as he kneels down a trap hole in the stage, dressed in a full astronaut costume (therefore appearing as Michael Jackson), flying out of the arena using a rocket belt.

Each concert also began with an illusion-like stunt dubbed "the Toaster" in which following the ringing of bells and the roar of a panther, Michael catapults on to the stage through a trap door in the front, sending off pyrotechnics that electrified the crowd.

" That opening was kick-ass ," admired Janet Jackson. " I'm sitting in the sound tower and all the kids are everywhere. And when he jumped out of whatever the hell that thing was, I was yelling so loud, the kids in front of me were looking back and I didn't even know it. My friend Tina is saying, Jan, they're looking at you. Because I was going, Fuck yeah, Mike! That was the shit to me. That was so bad-ass. Why didn't I think of that? When he thought of that shit, he hit it. "

A similar version of "the Toaster" stunt was used in the beginning of Michael's Super Bowl XXVII Halftime Show performance in 1993.

During the 1992 leg, the transition from "Thriller" to "Billie Jean" was another stage trick.

When Michael walks into two pillars, he secretly switches with a werewolf-masked backup dancer while he changes for "Billie Jean."

The backup dancer posing as Michael is placed into a coffin which disappears when dancers posing as skeletons and zombies drape a cloth over the coffin and pull it out. He appears fully dressed for Billie Jean in the upper stage level as it lowers down.

The coffin portion of this stage illusion was removed in some of the 1992 leg shows and the entire 1993 leg of the tour, and replaced with the Michael Jackson impersonator and the backup dancers performing an encore of the "Monster Breakdown" (the dance sequence in "Thriller").

The Show [ ]

The original set list for the 1992 leg featured " The Way You Make Me Feel " and " Bad ", but these were taken out after the eighth concert in Oslo, Norway. However, these two songs were returned for the first six performances in Tokyo, Japan.

During the Europe leg in 1992, MTV was allowed to film backstage and broadcast six fifteen-minute episodes of the tour. The show was called "The Dangerous Diaries" and was presented by Sonya Saul.

MTV released footage of "Billie Jean" and "Black Or White" at the first show in Munich. "Billie Jean" was released with 2 different versions, one by MTV as a special, and the other on the "Dangerous Diaries" documentary.

Both versions have placed a snippet of Michael's original a cappella recording for "Billie Jean" over the live vocals when he throws his fedora.

Michael sold the film rights to his October 1, 1992 concert in Bucharest, Romania to HBO for $21 million.

The deal was the highest ever paid for a live concert. The concert was broadcast live on radio and shown on television across 61 countries and received the highest TV ratings in the history of the HBO network, in which Michael was honoured with a CableACE Award.

In 2004, the concert was released on DVD as part of Jackson's The Ultimate Collection box set. It was released again in 2005 as the separate DVD "Live in Bucharest: The Dangerous Tour." The footage used on the released version is actually a mixture of footage from Bucharest – The BBC Broadcast, HBO live telecast (pay per view) and the HBO TV version.

The Dangerous tour was met with some backlash by music critics and fans because of Jackson's increased habit of lip syncing his live performances.

The Toulouse, France concert performed on September 16, 1992 featured a special instrumental performance of the first half of the song "In the Closet" as an interlude between the songs " Heal the World " and " Man in the Mirror ".

Princess Stéphanie of Monaco (who was the "Mystery Girl" in the actual song) was in attendance at this concert. This concert marked the first and only time that this song was performed during this tour.

On December 31, 1992 during the New Year's Eve concert in Tokyo, Japan, Slash made a special guest appearance for the performance of " Black or White ". Slash also made a special appearance for "Black or White" at the concert in Oviedo, Spain in September 1992.

On August 29, 1993, Michael performed in front of 47,000 on his 35th birthday in Singapore.

During his visit to Moscow in September, he came up with the song "Stranger in Moscow" which would be released on his 1995 album HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book I . It was during a time when Jackson felt very alone, far away from his family and friends, yet every night throughout his tours fans would stay by his hotel and support him.

Michael performed a free concert at the Jerudong Park Amphitheatre in Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei on July 16, 1996.

The concert was in celebration of the fiftieth birthday of Hassanal Bolkiah, the Sultan of Brunei and was attended by the Brunei royal family. This concert resembled the Dangerous tour with the addition of HIStory songs, " You Are Not Alone " and " Earth Song ".

Super Bowl XXVII Halftime Show [ ]

Unlike many previous years, Michael was the only performer in the entire Super Bowl XXVII halftime show.

The show started with him dancing on certain jumbotrons, followed by impersonators that posed on top of the screen, which gave the illusion of Jackson moving from one side of the stadium to the other. Then Michael himself catapulted on stage and simply stood frozen in front of the audience.

Jackson's set consist of a medley: "Jam" (with the beginning of "Why You Wanna Trip on Me"), "Billie Jean" and "Black or White".

The finale featured an audience card stunt, a video montage showing Michael participating in various humanitarian efforts around the world and a choir of 3,500 local Los Angeles area children singing "We Are the World", later joining him as he sang his single "Heal the World".

It was the first Super Bowl where the audience figures actually increased during the half-time show.

The selection of Michael for the halftime show was in response to sagging interest in recent performances, notably in the two years immediately prior.

The NFL and FOX network officials decided it was necessary to sign top acts for the halftime in future years to boost future viewership and interest. The NFL donated $100,000 to Michael's Heal the World Foundation.

Opening Acts [ ]

  • D'Influence (England)
  • Snap! (Bucharest)
  • Culture Beat (1993 European dates)

Set List [ ]

1992 Rehearsals

  • " Wanna Be Startin' Somethin' "
  • " Human Nature "
  • " Smooth Criminal "
  • " I Just Can't Stop Loving You " (duet with Siedah Garrett )
  • " She's Out of My Life "
  • The Jackson 5 Medley: " I Want You Back " / " The Love You Save " / " I'll Be There "
  • " Rock With You "
  • " Thriller "
  • " Billie Jean "
  • " Remember The Time "
  • " Workin' Day and Night "
  • " Beat It "
  • " Will You Be There "
  • " The Way You Make Me Feel "
  • " Black or White "
  • " Heal the World "
  • " Man in the Mirror "
  • "Brace Yourself" (Introduction)
  • "Black or White Panther" (Video Interlude)
  • " Someone Put Your Hand Out " (Instrumental Interlude)
  • " We Are the World " (Video Interlude)
  • " Man in the Mirror "/"Rocket Man" (Final)
  • " Dangerous "

1996 Royal Concert

  • " I Just Can't Stop Loving You " (with Marva Hicks )
  • "Black Panther" (Video Interlude)
  • " Beat It " (with Jennifer Batten )
  • " You Are Not Alone "
  • " Earth Song "

Tour Dates [ ]

Concert broadcast & recordings [ ].

All concerts were professionally filmed by Nocturne Productions Inc., which filmed all of Michael's tours and private affairs.

During the 1992 European leg of the tour, MTV was given permission to film backstage reports, interview the cast and film live performance.

The mini-show was hosted by Sonya Saul and had six, 15-minute mini-episodes of concerts in Munich, Werchter, Dublin, Hamburg, Cardiff, London, Leeds, Berlin, Oviedo and Madrid.

Performances include Billie Jean , Black or White , Jam , Wanna Be Startin' Somethin' and Will You Be There .

The concert in Bucharest on October 1, 1992, was filmed and broadcast on television all across the world, giving HBO the highest rating garnered in cable TV history with an unedited version airing on the BBC.

The concert film titled "Live in Bucharest: The Dangerous Tour" was officially released on DVD on July 25, 2005.

Tour Personnel [ ]

  • LaVelle Smith (choreographer)
  • Jamie King, Evaldo Garcia, Randy Allaire (1992 leg), Wade Robson (1992, Oslo), Travis Payne (1993 leg), Damon Navandi, Bruno "Taco" Falcon, Michelle Berube and Yuko Sumida

Band members

  • Musical director: Greg Phillinganes
  • Assistant musical director: Kevin Dorsey
  • Keyboards/ Synthesizers: Greg Phillinganes, Brad Buxer & Isaiah Sanders
  • Drums: Ricky Lawson
  • Lead/Rhythm Guitar: Jennifer Batten & David Williams
  • Bass Guitar/Synth Bass: Don Boyette
  • Vocal director: Dorian Holley
  • Background Vocals: Kevin Dorsey, Dorian Holley, Siedah Garrett & Darryl Phinnessee
  • 1 Cheryle Terrell
  • 2 JohVonnie Jackson
  • 3 Dangerous World Tour

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Dangerous World Tour was the second worldwide solo concert tour by Michael Jackson . The tour, sponsored by Pepsi-Cola, included 70 performances. All profits were donated to various charities including Jackson's own Heal the World Foundation . The tour ran from June 27, 1992, to November 11, 1993. In November 1993, Jackson ended the tour due to, as he announced, illness that required hospitalization. The performer became dependent on painkillers, having suffered from dehydration, migraines and injuries. Originally, the Dangerous World Tour was supposed to run until Christmas of 1993.

  • 1 About The Tour
  • 3 Preparations and Set designs
  • 4 First and second leg (1992)
  • 5 Super Bowl XXVII
  • 6 Third and fourth leg (1993)
  • 8 Rehearsal set list

About The Tour [ ]

  • Associated album: Dangerous
  • Start date:June 27, 1992
  • End date:November 11, 1993
  • Shows: 40 in Europe,18 in Asia,6 in South America,6 in North America Total:70 played

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Overview [ ]

Following the huge success of the Bad world tour, Jackson's first solo world tour, where he earned $125 million, the star claimed that he would not tour again, and would instead concentrate on making films and records. On February 3, 1992 in a Pepsi press conference, it was announced that Jackson would be touring again. The announcement coincided with a new deal between Jackson and Pepsi, with a reported $20 million deal to sponsor the tour.

In an interview, Jackson stated, "The only reason I am going on tour is to raise funds for the newly formed Heal the World Foundation, an international children's charity, that I am spearheading to assist children and the ecology. My goal is to gross $100 million by Christmas 1993. I urge every corporation and individual who cares about this planet and the future of the children to help raise money for the charity. The Heal the World Foundation will contribute funds to paediatric AIDS in honour of my friend, Ryan White . I am looking forward to this tour because it will allow me to devote time to visiting children all around the world, as well as spread the message of global love, in the hope that others will be moved to do their share to help heal the world said Jackson.

Preparations and Set designs [ ]

The stage used for the tour required more time to set up than before. This was seen in the tour schedule where a considerable number of concerts were one-stop performances. Equipment, which in total weighed over 100 tons, required two Boeing 747 jet aircraft and multiple lorries to transport to each venue. Before the tour began, Jackson and his band (which had changed a little since the Bad World Tour rehearsed the whole concert. The footage of the rehearsals has been leaked into the Internet. However, the exact date and location of the performances is not clear, but it was rumored that the rehearsals took place in Jackson's Neverland Ranch . The rehearsals included performances that never made it into the final show, including Remember the Time and Rock With You For the tour's design, Jackson was influenced by the uniform worn in the military. For "Jam", the first performance on the tour's set list, Jackson wore two variations of a faux-military uniform. Costumes worn for the performances of Workin Day And Night ', Bad (Song) , as well as his later HIStory World Tour, were examples of this. During the first leg, the uniform was a grey-green jacket with a one bolted strap which sparkled with multicolour. For the second, third and fourth leg, Jackson wore a black uniform with three gold bolted straps, one going from his collar to his waist in one direction and the other two in another; he also used similar costume at the first Dangerous tour concert in Munich, the Super Bowl XXVII halftime show in 1993, and later at the Royal Brunei Concert (pre-HIStory World Tour concert)in 1996.

In the first and second legs, the transition from Thriller (Song) to Billie Jean was another stage trick. When Jackson walks into two pillars, he secretly switches with a werewolf-masked backup dancer while he changes for Billie Jean. The backup dancer posing as Jackson is placed into a coffin which disappears when dancers posing as skeletons and zombies drape a cloth over the coffin and pull it out. Jackson appears fully dressed for Billie Jean in the upper stage level as it lowers down. The coffin portion of this stage illusion was removed in some of first leg shows and the entire third and fourth leg of the tour, and replaced with the Jackson impersonator and the backup dancers performing an encore of the "Monster Breakdown" (the dance sequence in "Thriller").

First and second leg (1992) [ ]

The original set list for the first leg featured The Way You Make Me Feel and Bad (Song) , but these were taken out after the eighth concert in Oslo, Norway. However, these two songs were returned for the first four performances in Tokyo, Japan (the second leg). During the Europe leg in 1992, MTV was allowed to film backstage and broadcast six fifteen-minute episodes on the tour. The show was called Dangerous Diaries and presented by Sonya Saul. Michael Jackson was never showing in any of the episodes only in the Concerts Clips. Jackson sold the film rights to his October 1, 1992 concert in Bucharest, Romania to HBO for $21 million. The deal was the highest ever paid for a live concert. The concert was broadcast live on radio and shown on television across 61 countries, and received the highest TV ratings in the history of the HBO network, in which Jackson was honoured with a CableACE Award. In 2004, the concert was released on DVD as part of Jackson's The Ultimate Collection box set. It was released in 2005 as the separate DVD Live in Bucharest: The Dangerous Tour . The footage used on the released version is actually a mixture of footage from Bucharest – The BBC Broadcast, HBO live telecast (pay per view) and the HBO TV version, however for the DVD shots of many fans were included to give the show a feeling of hype. The Toulouse, France concert performed on September 16, 1992 featured a special instrumental performance of the first half of the song In the Closet as an interlude between the songs Heal the World and Man In The Mirror . Princess Stéphanie of Monaco , who was the "Mystery Girl" in the actual song, was in attendance at this concert. This concert marked the first and only time that this song was performed on the tour. On December 31, 1992 during the New Year's Eve concert in Tokyo, Japan, Slash made a special guest appearance for the performance of Black or White . Slash also made a special appearance for "Black or White" at the concert in Oviedo, Spain in September 1992. Slash Appeared on Michael Jackson's Black Or White and Give In To Me .

Super Bowl XXVII [ ]

Unlike many previous years, Jackson was the only performer in the entire Super Bowl XXVII halftime show. The show started with Jackson dancing on certain jumbotrons, followed by impersonators that posed on top of the screen, which gave the illusion of Jackson moving from one side of the stadium to the other. Then Jackson himself catapulted on stage and simply stood frozen in front of the audience. Jackson's set included songs Jam (with the beginning of Why You Wanna Trip on Me ), Billie Jean and Black or White . The finale featured an audience card stunt, a video montage showing Jackson participating in various humanitarian efforts around the world, and a choir of 3,500 local Los Angeles area children singing We Are the World , later joining Jackson as he sang his single Heal the World .

It was the first Super Bowl where the audience figures actually increased during the half-time show. The selection of Jackson for the halftime show was in response to sagging interest in recent performances, notably in the two years immediately prior. The NFL and FOX network officials decided it was necessary to sign top acts for the halftime in future years to boost future viewership and interest. The NFL donated $100,000 to Jackson’s Heal the World Foundation .

Third and fourth leg (1993) [ ]

The day the third leg began on August 24, 1993 in Bangkok, the accusation of child sexual abuse against Jackson was made public. Three days beforehand, a search warrant was issued, allowing police to search Jackson's Neverland Ranch , Santa Ynez Valley, California. On 29 August, Jackson performed in front of 47,000 on his 35th birthday in Singapore. During his visit to Moscow in September, Jackson came up with the song Stranger in Moscow which would be released on his 1995 album HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book I . It was during a time when Jackson felt very alone, far away from his family and friends, yet every night throughout his tours fans would stay by his hotel and support him. The tour was to last longer, but it was the huge pressure from the child abuse accusations (which was generating huge media and press attention), as well as various health problems and injuries that made Jackson end the tour in Mexico. Jackson began taking Valium, Xanax and Ativan (known as lorazepam in the UK) to deal with the stress of the accusations made against him. After the tour ended, Jackson voluntarily entered a rehabilitation program. In a taped statement, he credited Elizabeth Taylor , his sister Janet Jackson , and his family for support during the accusations and dealing with his drug addiction.

  • After the Oslo concert, The Way You Make Me Feel and Bad (Song) were not performed for the rest of the tour, with the exception of the first 6 concerts in Tokyo.
  • Workin Day And Night and Beat It were taken out of the setlist in 1993. The cherry picker that was used for "Beat It" in 1992 was then sometimes used for Black or White in 1993.
  • Rock With You and Remember The Time were rehearsed, but then these songs were taken out of the setlist due to show logistics.
  • Man In The Mirror was taken out of the set list during Argentina, Brazil and Chile shows. In Mexico, this song was added back to the set list.
  • Someone Put Your Hand Out interlude was played on selected dates of first and secong legs before “Will You Be There”. In 1993 it was pulled off from set list.

Rehearsal set list [ ]

  • 2. Wanna Be Startin' Somethin
  • 3. Human Nature
  • 4. Smooth Criminal
  • 5. I Just Can't Stop Loving You
  • 6. She's Out Of My Life
  • 7. Jackson 5 Medley
  • 8. Rock With You
  • 9. Thriller (Song)
  • 10. Billie Jean
  • 11. Remember The Time
  • 12. Workin Day And Night
  • 13. Beat It
  • 14. Will You Be There
  • 15. The Way You Make Me Feel (first and second leg only)
  • 16. Bad (Song) (first and second leg only)
  • 17. Dangerous
  • 18. Black Or White
  • 19. Heal The World
  • 20. Man In The Mirror
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  • 2 Bad World Tour
  • 3 The Lady In My Life

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The first look at the upcoming Michael Jackson biopic has been released, and it recreates one of the singer’s most iconic outfits.

Michael Jackson’s nephew, Jaafar Jackson , plays the King of Pop in “Michael,” which releases in theaters on April 18, 2025. The film is now in production.

Jaafar Jackson takes the stage and recreates his uncle’s iconic “Man in the Mirror” look from his Dangerous Tour from 1992-93 in the first-look photo. It was taken by photographer Kevin Mazur, who photographed Jackson throughout his career and during his “This Is It” rehearsals.

The movie “will bring audiences a riveting and honest portrayal of the brilliant yet complicated man who became the King of Pop,” according to the logline. “The film presents his triumphs and tragedies on an epic, cinematic scale — from his human side and personal struggles to his undeniable creative genius, exemplified by his most iconic performances. As never before, audiences will experience an inside look into one of the most influential, trailblazing artists the world has ever known.”

The cast includes Oscar nominee Colman Domingo as father Joe Jackson, Nia Long as mother Katherine Jackson, Juliano Krue Valdi as young Michael and Miles Teller as lawyer John Branca.

Director Antoine Fuqua added, “We have assembled an incredible team of artists for this project – hair and makeup, costumes, cinematography, choreography, lighting, everything – and some who knew and worked with Michael are reuniting for this film. But most importantly, it’s Jaafar who embodies Michael. It goes beyond the physical resemblance. It’s Michael’s spirit that comes through in a magical way. You have to experience it to believe it.”

“Michael” is produced by King and the co-executors of the Michael Jackson estate, Branca and John McClain. Lionsgate is distributing the film domestically, while Universal Pictures International will handle all territories apart from Japan, which Lionsgate will oversee. 

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It’s safe to say casting Jaafar Jackson as his uncle Michael Jackson in the Antoine Fuqua’s upcoming biopic, Michael, was a smart choice thus far from a resemblance standpoint.

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Jaafar Jackson is playing the king of pop , during his iconic 1992-1993 Dangerous Tour. The first look image was taken by photographer Kevin Mazur and he captured quite the shot. Alongside Jaafar, Michael stars Colman Domingo, Nia Long, Juliano Krue Valdi in his debut in film as the younger Michael Jackson.

As reported by Shadow and Act, in a statement from Universal Pictures International, the studio said “[t]he choice to have Mazur capture the first-look photograph of Jaafar Jackson is as intentional as so many of the artistic choices the producers have made.” 

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“As one of the photographers who documented Michael over many years, Mazur captured rehearsals as he prepared to entertain the world with his ‘This Is It’ concerts. He is now also the first to photograph Jaafar Jackson in character as Michael,” furthermore from the studio.

Mazur added, “When I arrived for my first day on the set of this movie, I was so excited–it was like the first time I went on tour to shoot Michael Jackson. When I walked onto the set, I felt like I’d gone back in time and I was walking into the stadium to shoot the tour. Seeing Jaafar perform, I thought, ‘Wow, it is Michael.’ The way he looks and acts, his mannerisms, everything–he’s Michael Jackson. For anyone who didn’t have the chance to see Michael perform live during his lifetime–this is how it was.” Producer Graham King said, “With Jaafar, every look, every note, every dance move is Michael. He embodies Michael in a way that no other actor could.”

Director Antoine Fuqua stated “assembled an incredible team of artists for this project–hair & makeup, costumes, cinematography, choreography, lighting, everything–and some who knew and worked with Michael are reuniting for this film.”

“But most importantly, it’s Jaafar who embodies Michael,” Fuqua said. “It goes beyond the physical resemblance. It’s Michael’s spirit that comes through in a magical way. You have to experience it to believe it.”

In addition to Universal Pictures International, Michael is also produced by Lionsgate, and the co-executors of the Michael Jackson estate John Branca and John McClain. The film will hit theaters on April 18, 2025.

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Here’s who’s playing who in the Michael Jackson biopic

The film, titled 'Michael', is due for an April 2025 release

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The feature film biopic of Michael Jackson , titled Michael , is set to be released in 2025, and the cast is coming together – read on to see who will star in the film.

Michael has been confirmed to receive a theatrical release in the United States on April 18, 2025, per production house Lionsgate. A UK release date is yet to be announced.

It will be directed by Antoine Fuqua, who is known for films including  Training Day ,  The Equalizer  and  Brooklyn’s Finest . It will also be written by John Logan, who has previously worked on  Gladiator ,  The Aviator ,  Skyfall  and  Spectre .

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Filming began last month, having been delayed by the 2023 acting strike, with principal photography in Santa Monica expected to take 80 days.

Given the connection to the Jackson estate, it is unclear whether the film will explore the most controversial aspects of his life, including the allegations of child sexual abuse.

The director of the Michael Jackson documentary  Leaving Neverland , which explored the allegations against the late singer, recently  criticised the making of the new biopic saying it “will glorify a man who raped children” .

Who is playing who in the Michael Jackson biopic?

It was announced in January 2023 that Michael Jackson’s own nephew, Jaafar Jackson , will play the King of Pop in the film. Jaafar is the son of Michael’s brother Jermaine . This will be the 27-year-old’s film debut, although he has appeared in the Lifetime reality show The Jacksons: Next Generation .

The first photo of Jaafar portraying his uncle has been shared . The pic, which you can view below, sees Jaafar performing as Jackson during his  Dangerous Tour  from 1992-93.

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“With Jaafar, every look, every note, every dance move is Michael,” said producer Graham King in a statement recently. “He embodies Michael in a way that no other actor could.”

The role of Michael’s father Joe Jackson will be filled by Colman Domingo.

Domingo has been nominated for an Oscar this year for his portrayal of civil rights leader Bayard Rustin in Rustin , and he has also appeared in Euphoria , Selma and If Beale Street Could Talk .

The actor has said of his casting: “It’s exciting to do it with Jaafar. Jermaine Jackson’s son is playing Michael, and he is breathtaking, and I think Graham King, the producer, has assembled an incredible cast.”

He added: “I’m excited to be a part of a film that explores both the complicated soul of the legendary Michael Jackson as well as his impact on music and culture as a global icon. Not only am I fortunate to have a rich, complex and flawed character to portray in Joe Jackson, but I also have a front row seat for Jaafar’s incredible transformation.”

Also announced for the film is Miles Teller , who will play John Branca, Michael’s manager after his father, and the man who was instrumental in launching his solo career. Branca is also listed as an executive producer on the film.

Teller is known for his appearances in Whiplash , Fantastic Four and Top Gun: Maverick .

Playing Michael’s mother Katherine Jackson will be Nia Long, known for Empire , Boyz n the Hood and The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air . The role of young Michael, meanwhile, will be filled by newcomer Juliano Krue Valdi, who is 9 years old.

“If anything, casting the role of the young Michael was more difficult than casting the adult role, because where do you find a child actor with the chops of the greatest entertainer who ever lived?” said Fuqua.

“In the end, that was our focus – talent – and we looked far and wide for an actor who could embody Michael’s spirit through his voice, his charisma, and his dance skills. Juliano’s undeniable, raw talent put him at the top of our list.”

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Michael Jackson’s nephew channels ‘Dangerous’ era in biopic first look

Lionsgate released an image of Jaafar Jackson as the King of Pop in the film “Michael,” set for release in spring 2025.

A first glimpse at the highly anticipated Michael Jackson biopic is here. Lionsgate has released an image from the upcoming film, “Michael,” re-creating an iconic moment from the King of Pop’s “Dangerous” tour.

Jackson’s nephew, Jaafar Jackson, is playing his late uncle in the movie from filmmaker Antoine Fuqua , as theGrio previously reported. In the first glimpse at Jaafar’s work in the film, the photo captures the young actor in Jackson’s “Man in the Mirror” look from his 1992-93 world tour in support of his album “Dangerous,” per Variety .

The photo was taken by Kevin Mazur, a photographer who spent a lot of time photographing Michael Jackson throughout his long career and even during “This is It” rehearsals. As producer Graham King noted in a statement in the Variety article: “With Jaafar, every look, every note, every dance move is Michael. He embodies Michael in a way that no other actor could.”

Colman Domingo joins “Michael” as Joe Jackson, the infamous Jackson family patriarch, alongside Nia Long , who’s portraying mother Katherine Jackson, and Juliano Krue Valdi as young Michael.

Per the official synopsis, Fuqua’s “Michael” movie offer “a riveting and honest portrayal of the brilliant yet complicated man who became the King of Pop. The film presents his triumphs and tragedies on an epic, cinematic scale — from his human side and personal struggles to his undeniable creative genius, exemplified by his most iconic performances. As never before, audiences will experience an inside look into one of the most influential, trailblazing artists the world has ever known.”

“Michael” is currently in production, with a release date set for April 18, 2025.

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The first official look at Michael Jackson ’s nephew embodying the King of Pop in the biopic of the chart-topper has been released – and the similarity is staggering.

The Thriller singer is being played as an adult in the film , currently called Michael, by Jackson’s brother Jermaine’s son Jaafar Jackson, in his film debut.

Seen in a picture released on Tuesday to Instagram, 27-year-old Jaafar stunned fans as he recreated a moment from his uncle’s Dangerous Tour, which ran between 1992 and 1993.

His outfit is a perfect copy of Jackson’s ‘Man in the Mirror’ look of white V-neck T-shirt and billowing white shirt over the top, complete with black trousers and his hair worn longer and tied up at the base of his head.

But alongside this, his huge familial resemblance gave an incredible feel of authenticity to his portrayal, which fans couldn’t help but comment upon.

‘I thought this was actually him,’ wrote fan Mary Cappiello in the comment section, while Jeffrey Williamson exclaimed: ‘So this ain’t Mike? Get TF outta here. 🙌🙌🙌’

‘The fact that he looks exactly like Michael is insane,’ shared Andrew Dustin Vargas, while Edward Sanchez agreed, adding: Wow he looks just like his uncle.’

Jaafar Jackson as Michael Jackson in MICHAEL. Photo Credit: Kevin Mazur

‘Yo I actually thought that was MJ for a sec. This is gonna be so good,’ another fan enthused, while Luis Perez praised Jaafar’s look as ‘dead on’.

‘I’m a fanatic and thought this was Michael… WOW!!!!’ praised excited social media user, Leon Scales.

Other excited fans labelled the film’s first look as ‘mesmerising’ and ‘phenomenal’ while there were also already some hailing it ‘a masterpiece’ and predicting that Jaafar would ‘undoubtedly [be an] Oscar nominee’.

‘When I first heard about this I thought was going to be another terrible Lifetime type of film but they’re really going for it and getting it right,’ admired Jason Honeycutt.

‘I’m so glad someone from his own family is going to play him,’ added another fan, Tonica.

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Poignantly, Jaafar was photographed by the same photographer, Kevin Mazur, who took pictures of Jackson over his career, up to and including the final rehearsal for his This Is It concert residency, which was cancelled after the star’s shock death aged 50 in June 2009.

‘With Jaafar, every look, every note, every dance move is Michael. He embodies Michael in a way that no other actor could,’ producer Graham King – who was also behind Queen and Freddie Mercury biopic Bohemian Rhapsody – said in a statement.

First look at the Michael Jackson biopic starring Michael Jackson's nephew Jaafar Jackson

According to its marketing material, Michael promises fans a ‘riveting and honest portrayal of the brilliant man who became the King of Pop’.

‘The film presents his triumphs and tragedies on an epic, cinematic scale – from his human side and personal struggles to his undeniable creative genius, exemplified by his most iconic performances,’ it adds.

Shooting began in late January, with a planned release of April 2025.

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The cast also includes Oscar nominee Colman Domingo as Jackson’s father Joe Jackson , Nia Long as his mother Katherine Jackson and Miles Teller as lawyer John Branca.

Nibe-year-old Juliano Krue Valdi has been cast as the young Michael, with The Equalizer filmmaker Antoine Fuqua on directorial duties.

Michael is set to be released in US cinemas on April 18, 2025, with a UK date yet to be announced.

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