Michael Jackson may have declared a "curtain call" for his career with his London tour, but the latest buzz is that the pop star has plans to relaunch himself over a period of three years.
Representatives for his London concert promoter AEG have revealed that the Thriller hitmaker has a gameplan to "reconquer the world", which will include single releases, new songs and even a film, reports contactmusic.com.
"We're talking to him about helping him figure a new plan for the release of singles, new music. We have a film development deal that's part of this to do a film, Thriller 3D," said Randy Phillips, head of AEG.
Phillips also revealed that the deal with Jackson could pull in huge revenues if things went as per the plan.
"If we complete the full three-and-a-half year plan, he could gross over $400 million in that time," he said.
Jackson faced thousands of fans Thursday to announce his "This Is It" shows in London's O2 Arena in July. He told the crowd and a gallery of reporters that the shows would be his last performances in Britain.