Abstract: This month MJ Studies Today continues the discussion of Michael Jackson’s Captain Eo film commenced by Kerry Hennigan in her column for July 2021. This time she looks at the re-opening of Captain Eo in 2010 in response to demand from... Continue Reading →
Abstract: .This month’s MJ Studies Today column looks at Michael Jackson’s relationship with Japan, where his fans have a particular understanding of his nature that is unique to that country. Kerry Hennigan looks at the qualities exhibited by Jackson that have... Continue Reading →
Abstract: This month's MJ Studies Today column looks at Michael Jackson’s 3D film Captain Eo made by the Disney Corporation for screening in its amusement parks commencing 1986. Kerry Hennigan looks at the film in the context of its being... Continue Reading →
In this article, Kerry Hennigan recounts her personal memories of the day Michael Jackson died and the impact it had on her and many others. She considers the unique nature of the artist and the problems he had in trusting those who envied his fame and success. In reflecting on what has happened in the twelve years since his passing, Kerry asks what his many devoted fans can do to repay the love and faith Jackson often expressed for them throughout his life.
MJ Studies Today for June 2021 looks at anniversary re-issues of Michael Jackson's iconic albums, including Thriller25 and Bad25. But what about Dangerous and HIStory?
The latest appeal by one of Michael Jackson’s accusers was dismissed by the court on 24 April 2021, but the legal battle to fully reinstate Jackson’s integrity continues, as discussed by Kerry Hennigan in this month’s MJ Studies Today column. The Jackson Estate are suing for public arbitration with HBO on the latter’s four-hour television film that, in 2019, threatened to put an abrupt end to Jackson’s legacy as an entertainer and humanitarian.
Abstract: This month Kerry Hennigan continues her discussion of Brice Najar’s publication Book on the Dance Floor: Let’s Make HIStory in the Mix which was previously the subject of our February 2021 column. In his book, Najar interviews numerous Michael... Continue Reading →
Abstract: Every year top acts perform at halftime in the American Super Bowl championship football game. This much-anticipated aspect of Super Bowl Sunday owes its status to Michael Jackson’s performance at the 1993 game, held at Rose Bowl Stadium in... Continue Reading →
MJ Studies Today, February 2021 looks at the making of Michael Jackson's Blood on the Dance Floor album via a recent book by Brice Najar.