In a rare interview, Michael Jackson's son Prince has opened up about following in his famous father's footsteps.
"Everybody thought I would do music or be a dancer," Jackson's eldest son told ET. "I can't do either. I do enjoy film. I do enjoy that business a lot."
The 19-year-old has started his own company, King's Son Productions, where he studies his father's old music videos for inspiration.
"I like to study and see the little things that they could have done to make it better, or what they did to make it better and stand out from among the rest," he said.
"I think 'Smooth Criminal' [is my favorite]. Or 'Thriller' might be my favorite, because the magnitude and the size it had."
Jackson also revealed the most normal thing his father ever did for him.
"He would make Daddy bread. I didn't really know what it was until recently. It was really like French toast."
He also opened up about the best advice he was given by the "Thriller" singer.
"[His best advice] would be, 'Do not trust anyone at face value,'" Jackson said. "You need to verify exactly what it is."