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Michael Jackson's Sony/ATV Sale Gives Him Largest Celeb Payday Ever

Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” famously depicts grisly ghouls from various tombs closing in to seal the doom of the song’s protagonists. Just as he does in the video, the King of Pop has risen from the grave, this time to clock a record $825 million payday.
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