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It that was originally the title for a string of fifty concerts promoted as the comeback.
For the self proclaimed King of Pop Michael Jackson.
Fans bought tickets at a record pace but then Jackson's dep turned concert planes into a movie.
Well the movie came out late last night and the studio was calling the numbers unprecedented for -- Tuesday in October.
2.2 million dollars in one night in North America -- Today the movie hit screens and nearly 100 countries and Michael Jackson is proving to be a force.
Even in death.
-- You yeah.
Almost four months to the day after his untimely death Michael Jackson plays the headliner one last time in this is it.
The nearly two hour film was pieced together from about a hundred hours of rehearsal footage.
And throughout Jackson displays energy and enthusiasm his voice is strong and his dancing.
As electrifying as ever you also see the artist deeply involved in every aspect of an elaborate production.
Michael Jackson I think will emerge from this movie.
Did the undisputed legend that he is regardless of what -- -- goes -- all around the -- side of his life.
As a performer.
I've been to tie in this tool which we -- him forever.
Been -- -- Paul.
His Brothers joined a high profile crowd at the Hollywood premier Ed daylight that thousands of fans around the world who lined up to see late night and early morning showings.
Were blown away.
We can make.
-- -- -- -- -- Inside and outside fans danced and cheered their way through every song.
Exactly what director -- longtime Jackson friend Kenny Ortega was hoping for at fifty years old Michael Jackson did appeared tired and some scenes any -- close -- of as much changed space but overall critics agree.
With very happy Michael Jackson fans.
That in this is it.
That thriller pulled off one more time.
In Culver City, California Adam Housley Fox News.
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