Published: Fri, May 19, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Michael Moore Aims to Dissolve Trump's "Teflon Shield" With "Fahrenheit 11/9"

Michael Moore Aims to Dissolve Trump's

Facts, reality, mind cannot beat him. "That all ends with this movie", boasted Moore. Harvey and Bob Weinstein announced Tuesday, May 16, 2017, that they have secured worldwide rights to the film. Because, let's not forget, he's tried before.

Left-wing filmmaker Michael Moore will be getting his own non-fiction television series this fall on TNT, which is owned by Turner Broadcasting, a division of cable giant Time Warner. Maybe it will just be streamed directly to the White House's screening room?

In the film, which will be released internationally during this Cannes Film Festival, the Oscar-winning filmmaker joins forces with the well-known Harvey Westin, producer of the documentary "Fahrenheit 9/11", which Moore made about George Bush.

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Moore touts that his new film will end the Trump administration, but offers no reason why. Now we will see if the fiery Moore can keep up his streak. Then voters would have all the facts by the time the election rolled around in November. This documentary explored the lead up to Trump's election as Moore delved "deep in the heart of TrumpLand in the weeks before the 2016 election", according to this documentary's synopsis.

Not to be outdone, Weinstein released a statement about how giddy his company was to procure yet another Moore masterpiece. It was titled "TrumpLand" and aimed at the "depressed Hillary voter." In October of a year ago, Entertainment Weekly announced that Moore had dropped a "surprise" documentary on Trump, called Michael Moore in Trumpland.

The film, named after the Ray Bradbury book Fahrenheit 451, picked up the Palme d'Or at Cannes in 2004.

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Still, remember how "Fahrenheit 9/11" didn't achieve what it meant to do - that is, convince the populace not to re-elect Dubya?

I'm a big fan of Moore's films and I think even he would admit that the best of the them come from a place of outrage and passion, like Roger and Me, Bowling For Columbine, Fahrenheit 9/11, and Sicko. He also announced earlier this month that he'd be performing on Broadway this summer, doing a show about - what else? - the commander in chief.

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