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His archives are vast and a treasure trove of cars and limousines, his clothes and costumes, and his multiplicity of art and gifts signed by people like Elizabeth Taylor.
As well as his estate owning much valuable film, records, music and The Beatles priceless music collection. And he has 60 million Facebook friends!
Many people analyzed Michael Jackson as a child molester and drug addict. Be that as it may, he was shrewd collector and talent that remains a money maker.
His children seem to be emerging from his odd sense of over protection and some of them seem to have reconciled with their birth mother, Debbie Rowe, once a medical aide to controversial Dr.
Arnie Klein. I knew Debbie slightly and although she always refused to give me an interview, I found her pleasant, non-avaricious and cordial.
Here is a letter she wrote me in Klein brought me your article from today's L. I just wanted you to know how much I appreciate your comments. I wish the rest of the world would back off and just believe the truth that we tell them.
Thanks again -- Debbie Rowe Jackson. And twice, in his professional career, I had occasion to meet and know Michael a little bit.
The first time was when Michael was 16 years old and filming with Diana Ross in The Wiz. Director Sidney Lumet and Lena Horne both invited me to come watch some of the filming in New York.
Michael seemed to be a shy teenager with little to say. He was obviously impressed by his co-stars and director.
The other time I met Michael was at The Neverland Ranch when he was "giving away" the bride Elizabeth Taylor and hosting her wedding to Larry Fortensky.
I divided my time between examining Michael's domain and running outside the Ranch to the Fox News trailer where I was reporting to New York.
At one point I ran into the rich and famous Dr. Mathilde Krim, co-founder of AmFAR. The mortals guarding the door refused to let her in; she lacked i.
After convincing these men that Ms. Taylor would want Dr. Krim inside, we joined for the belated appearance of the bride in her yellow Valentino gown on Michael's arm.
She looked more tan than he did. The ceremony proceeded with a paparazzi leaping out of a helicopter under a parachute landing into brutal arms of the Secret Service and hustling the intruder away, as Nancy Reagan was sitting in the front row.
At the wedding dinner, I was asked to join Michael and Elizabeth sitting together while bridegroom Fortensky sat with his many relatives at another table.
Michael, as sweet as always, flustered and softspoken told me he and Elizabeth were so close because they shared the horror of being "child stars!
I later wrote quite a story of this wedding but I didn't make a dime out of it. My fee went lock, stock and barrel to Elizabeth's AIDS charities.
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There's going to be a lot of shit flying around. Filming in San Francisco was attended by gay and lesbian rights activists and demonstrators,  and San Francisco Police Department riot police were present at every location daily to deal with the crowds.
Protesters outside of filming locations held signs that said "Honk if you love the 49ers" and "Honk if you love men". The protesters used lasers and whistles to interfere with the filming.
Even though the police were on set and a restraining order was in place, producer Alan Marshall individually picked out each protester he wanted arrested.
This disrupted production, leading to a citizen's arrest of Marshall, which didn't lead to anything with the local police department.
In one scene, Stone's vulva was filmed as she crossed her legs. Stone later said she believed the character's not wearing underwear would only be alluded to and not shown.
Stone said that it was not until she saw the film in a screening room with a test audience that she became aware of it, leading her to slap Verhoeven in the face and leave the screening.
The film score to Basic Instinct was composed by Jerry Goldsmith , and garnered him nominations for an Academy Award and a Golden Globe Award.
It's a very convoluted story with very unorthodox characters. It's a murder mystery, but it isn't really a murder mystery. The director, Paul Verhoeven, had a very clear idea of how the woman should be, and I had a hard time getting it.
Because of Paul pushing me, I think it's one of the best scores I've ever written. It was a true collaboration. Apart from the score, professionally released music did not play a major part in the film.
The scene in which source music plays a prominent role occurs during the club scene; Curran, Tramell, and Roxy are seen at Downtown San Francisco.
It features "Blue" by Chicago house music performer LaTour and "Rave the Rhythm" by the group Channel X.
It also features "Movin' on Up" by Jeff Barry and Ja'Net DuBois. The soundtrack was released on March 17, A considerably expanded release of Goldsmith's score, featuring previously omitted sections and alternative compositions of certain elements, was issued by Prometheus Records in The film was entered into the Cannes Film Festival.
Basic Instinct is rated R for "strong violence and sensuality, and for drug use and language". Actually, I didn't have to cut many things, but I replaced things from different angles, made it a little more elliptical, a bit less direct.
Following the theatrical version, the film was first released in its uncut format in an unrated version onto video in , running at minutes.
This was followed by a DVD release in , in a "barebones" format that contained the R-rated version. A Collector's Edition was released on DVD in , containing the uncut version of the film with a commentary by Camille Paglia and a small ice-pick the villain's weapon of choice.
This version of the film, running minutes, was re-released twice: in and In March , the unrated version also known as the Director's Cut was re-released on DVD and labeled as the Ultimate Edition.
In , the film was released on Blu-ray with the Director's Cut label. The film was cut by 35—40 seconds to avoid an NC rating on its theatrical release in ,  with some violence and sexually explicit content removed.
The missing or censored material later released on video and DVD unrated as the director's cut included:. Basic Instinct opened in theaters in the United States and was one of the highest-grossing films of , after its March 29 release.
The film's critical reaction was mixed. Janet Maslin of The New York Times praised the film, saying " Basic Instinct transfers Mr. Verhoeven's flair for action-oriented material to the realm of Hitchcockian intrigue, and the results are viscerally effective even when they don't make sense.
But being the bright spot in too many dull movies He Said, She Said ; Irreconcilable Differences stalled her career. Though Basic Instinct establishes Stone as a bombshell for the Nineties, it also shows she can nail a laugh or shade an emotion with equal aplomb.
The international critical reception was favorable, with Australian critic Shannon J. Harvey of the Sunday Times calling it one of the "s['] finest productions, doing more for female empowerment than any feminist rally.
Stone — in her star-making performance — is as hot and sexy as she is ice-pick cold. The film had many detractors.
It keeps your interest until you solve it. Then it's just a worthless scrap with the spaces filled in. The film generated controversy due to its graphic sexuality and violence, including a rape scene.
Gay rights activists protested during filming, saying it followed a pattern of negatively depicting of homosexuals in film.
Others also picketed theatres to dissuade people from attending screenings, carrying signs saying "Kiss My Ice Pick", "Hollywood Promotes Anti-Gay Violence" and "Catherine Did It!
Film critic Roger Ebert mentioned the controversy in his review, saying "As for the allegedly offensive homosexual characters: The movie's protesters might take note of the fact that this film's heterosexuals, starting with Douglas, are equally offensive.
Still, there is a point to be made about Hollywood's unremitting insistence on typecasting homosexuals—particularly lesbians—as twisted and evil.
The film was also criticized for glamorizing cigarette smoking. Screenwriter Joe Eszterhas was later diagnosed with throat cancer and publicly apologized for glamorizing smoking in his films.
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