Michael Jackson has reportedly asked David Copperfield to create a series of stage stunts for his upcoming shows.
The 'Thriller' singer is said to have drawn up complex plans, including a levitation trick, for his residency at London's O2 arena and wants Copperfield to make them a reality.
"Jacko and David have been close pals for years," a source told The Sun.
"Michael is a massive fan of magic and has been to see all the big illusionists in Vegas over the years.
"He has some very clear plans on what he wants the show to include and feels David is the man to help make them happen. It's not just about music for Michael, it's about the show.
"The levitation stunt will be something special."
Jackson reportedly wants to come on stage riding an elephant and has asked 100 Masai warriors to travel to the capital and take part in his shows.
Microsoft has announced its latest music rhythm game Alpine Legend, complete with an alphorn controller.
Developed by Snowy Top Productions, players can take their alpine band on a mountainous village tour, record tracks in log cabins and compete against other players over Xbox Live.
The alphorn controller, packaged with every copy, is over six foot in length with buttons on the side and a microphone for yodeling.
It will include over 100 tracks including 'Whose Spit Is In My Horn?' and 'More Goat Bell (It Needs),' according to the publisher.
It is unconfirmed whether the game will be compatible with guitar peripherals or Lips microphones for those without alphorns.
Starbreeze Studios has been working on a new Syndicate game.
Together with publisher EA, working title Project Redline will be a revival of the classic science fiction series for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC, according to GamesIndustry.biz.
Rumours that the studio has been working on the game have been circulating since February of last year.
Released in 1993, Syndicate was a Bullfrog developed third-person isometric adventure game for PC. It led to a sequel, Syndicate Wars, was released on PlayStation and PC in 1996.
Starbreeze Studios has been known for The Darkness, Chronicles Of Riddick: Escape From Butcher Bay, and the forthcoming Jason Bourne game.
Jennifer Hudson has admitted that she is eager to reprise the role of Carrie Bradshaw's assistant in the sequel to Sex And The City: The Movie.
The former American Idol winner starred as Louise from St. Louis in the big screen adaptation of the HBO series, which saw her character eventually leave New York for Missouri.
Speaking to Access Hollywood, she said: "I would love [to play her again]. I told [director] Michael Patrick King that Louise has moved back to New York from St. Louis, so Ill be ready if that opportunity comes."
Star and producer Sarah Jessica Parker has remained tight-lipped over the possible storyline, admitting only that it would be a "massive romp" that was likely to take account of the current economic climate.
Filming on Sex And The City 2 is expected to begin this summer with a scheduled 2010 release date.