There will only be 1,000 numbered copies.
A small-batch box set of film, music and memorabilia will be released to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Michael Jackson’s This Is It, the movie that captured Jackson’s final concert rehearsals before his death. Only 1,000 numbered copies will be made of the set that is available for pre-order at the Jackson online store and will be released on Dec. 11, Sony Music and the Jackson estate announced Friday (Oct. 4).
Each will include four LPs on translucent-blue vinyl, a 3-D Blu-Ray disc of the film, a 60-page coffee table book with two dozen previously unpublished pictures and an authentic lenticular concert ticket for the July 24, 2009, concert at O2 Arena in London that was never held because Jackson died 18 days before his comeback series of shows were scheduled to begin.
The film -- which had the highest global box office gross of any concert documentary -- was released in theaters that October, the first of several posthumous projects the Jackson estate would produce. It was culled from the rehearsal footage for what was to have been a comeback tour before Jackson’s doctor administered a fatal dose of the anesthetic propofol that caused the pop icon's death at 50 on June 25, 2009.