Elizabeth, Michael and Marlon

A road trip that takes place after the 9/11 attacks, taking Michael Jackson, Elizabeth Taylor and Marlon Brando from New York City to Los Angeles, California.

The film is based on a 2011 story published in Vanity Fair alleging that Elizabeth Taylor, Marlon Brando, and Michael Jackson embarked on a road trip from New York City to Ohio in a rental car shortly after the September 11th, 2001 terrorist attacks, as accounted by Elizabeth Taylor's former personal assistant Tim Mendelson and an anonymous former employee of Michael Jackson. While Elizabeth Taylor and Marlon Brando were in New York City on the evening of the 10th to attend Michael Jackson's 30th anniversary concert, whether the road trip actually took place is disputed. A former employee of Taylor told the Washington Post that she remained in New York for several days and eventually flew home, while a family friend of Michael Jackson told the New York Post he departed New York on his tour bus, accompanied by his family and professional entourage, while Marlon Brando sequestered himself in his hotel room.

Urban Myths is a SKY comedy drama television series first aired on 19 January 2017 on the Sky Arts Channel. Each episode featured a story surrounding popular culture which may or may not be true, ranging from Muhammad Ali talking a man down from a ledge to Bob Dylan turning up on a stranger's doorstep. A second series was announced featuring The Sex Pistols and Salvador Dali, which began airing on 12 April 2018.

The series was most notable for a controversy surrounding the casting of Joseph Fiennes in the role of Michael Jackson, an episode that was pulled from transmission.