A new documentary will show a different take on the events that led up to the infamous 2004 Super Bowl halftime show featuring Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake.
The producers behind the blockbuster FX/New York Times documentary Framing Britney — about pop star Britney Spears — are going behind the camera once again for the new Jackson documentary.
“It’s going to be all about the fallout and the suits who f–ked over Janet [at] Viacom,” the company that owned MTV — which produced the halftime show — and CBS, which broadcast the game,” a source told Page Six in a recent article.
Timberlake will be shown as using the controversy to boost his career while Jackson faced the fallout.
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According to the Post, disgraced former CBS CEO Les Moonves will also be discussed in the film, and portrayed as obsessed with ruining the career of the “Together Again” artist.
Left/Right TV will be the production company for the film, once again in partnership with the New York Times. Janet Jackson, 54, and Justin Timberlake, 40, have not signed on with the project.
The doc is set to air on FX and Hulu just like Framing Britney did. The official name and release date have not yet been announced.