Dan Reed's documentary Leaving Neverland has been the subject of hot, hot, hot controversy since its premiere at last month's Sundance Film Festival. The two-part film, built around a series of interviews with James Safechuck and Wade Robson, tells the story (or, for MJ stans, a story) of how Michael Jackson befriended the pair as children, invited them to his Neverland Ranch, and ultimately sexually abused them.
The film's trailer dropped today, and it's definitely teasing huge revelations.
Given Jackson's beloved status amongst his fans and the broader public, it's understandable that people would be outraged at the film's allegations - and equally understandable that others would be outraged at the acts detailed in the allegations. From what we've heard, the movie spares no detail, painting a vivid and painful picture of both Jackson's alleged abuse and his attempts to cover it up.
Leaving Neverland screens on HBO across March 3rd and 4th. We're sure you'll leave your feelings about it in the comments.