The estate of Michael Jackson denies child-molestation charges in a soon-to-be-screened documentary.
They call Finding Neverland "yet another lurid production in an outrageous and pathetic attempt to exploit and cash in."
The film alleges a pattern of sexual assault against two boys, then seven and 10, who are now adults in their 30s. Both attest that their families were befriended by Jackson to help cover up the abuse.
Director Dan Reed is no stranger to the subject -- he won a Bafta award in 2015 for his documentary on a British pedophile.
Finding Neverland will screen this month at the prestigious Sundance Film Festival in Utah. It will also air on HBO at a still-to-be-firmed date this spring. (NME)