Dan Reed, whose Emmy-winning film told the stories of two men who accused the pop star of molestation, called the comedian's stand-up routine sickening.
The Queen of Pop told British Vogue she hasn't seen "Leaving Neverland," which lays out sexual abuse claims against Jackson.
The media mogul said she hasn't received that much "hateration" since Ellen DeGeneres' historic coming-out episode.
The UCLA athlete said she stopped using the singer's music and doing Jackson-inspired moves after "Leaving Neverland" was released.
The artistic director of the brand's menswear line, Virgil Abloh, says he condemns "any form of child abuse, violence or infringement against any human rights."
There’s a lot to unpack and learn from James Safechuck’s and Wade Robson’s sexual abuse allegations against Michael Jackson in the new HBO doc.
Required watching (and reading) to answer your questions after seeing HBO’s “Leaving Neverland.”
The actor, who befriended Jackson as a child, previously criticized the HBO documentary for being one-sided.
“I’m against book burning of any kind. But this is our book, and we’re allowed to take out a chapter," said executive producer James L. Brooks.
We worked through some of the unanswered questions raised by the new HBO documentary about Michael Jackson's alleged pedophilia.
Before the release of “Leaving Neverland,” comedians mocked the child sex abuse accusations against Michael Jackson.
News reports from the period depicted in “Leaving Neverland” show how Jackson carefully controlled his image, thanks to an army of defenders and a celebrity mythmaking machine.
“It’s such a difficult thing to do, to come out. You have to do it when you’re ready," said accuser James Safechuck, who is featured in HBO's "Leaving Neverland."
The late singer's relatives are defending him ahead of the release of HBO's "Leaving Neverland" documentary.
Director Dan Reed discusses his new HBO documentary, which profiles two men who say they were repeatedly molested by the pop superstar before puberty.
"Leaving Neverland," a searing four-hour film that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, documents the singer's alleged history of sexually abusing boys.
“Leaving Neverland,” which will air on HBO later this year, focuses on the harrowing accounts of two of the singer's accusers, Wade Robson and James Safechuck.