Michael Jackson fans are to be thrilled all over again with a ‘spectacular’ new top secret Thriller project, original director John Landis has revealed during a visit to Sheffield.

The Hollywood legend says he has just finished work on it but details won’t be out until next year.

It is believed it may be in celebration of the groundbreaking video’s forthcoming 35th anniversary.
The 13-minute Thriller video helped the album to sell 65 million copies and itself sold nine million copies when it was release on VHS tape in 1983.
Hollywood director John Landis on a visit to Yorkshire has revealed a new Michael Jackson Thriller project. He was the special guest speaker at Sheffield Hallam University to promote the forthcoming Celluloid Screams horror film festival at Sheffield Showroom Cinema from October 21 to 23, 2016.