Pop star was reportedly working on an elaborate production before his death
Michael Jackson was reportedly working on an elaborate video project just two weeks before his untimely death last Thursday (June 25).
The pop star was said to have been filming scenes for the production, dubbed the ‘Dome Project’, at Culver Studios in Los Angeles from June 1-9.
An unnamed source told the Associated Press that Jackson looked pale and thin during filming, and even needed assistance descending the stage stairs.
The production reportedly featured elaborate sets including a cemetery, a large mural of Jackson wearing his ‘Thriller’ werewolf costume, a lush jungle and a construction site.
A scene with scantily-clad male dancers was said to have been shot on the construction site set.
The production was being filmed by music video company Stimulated Inc, who were hired to produce screen content for Jackson‘s forthcoming series of concerts at London’s 02 Arena.
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–By our Los Angeles staff.
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