Michael Moore is once again doing a political documentary that will involve the U.S. President Donald Trump. The 63-year-old author just warned the 70-year-old business magnate that he should be worried about what he is going to reveal.

The film producers Harvey and Bob Weinstein announced on Tuesday that they have acquired the worldwide rights to the documentary filmmaker’s movie that will be titled “Fahrenheit 11/9.” The film’s name is derived from the day Melania Trump’s husband was declared as the newly elected president replacing Barack Obama.

It, too, is a reference to is 2004 documentary about George W. Bush titled “Fahrenheit 9/11.”

Documentary will end Trump’s confidence

Moore has been secretly developing “Fahrenheit 11/9” for a couple of months now and promised that it will be very explosive. In a statement, one can evidently see his hate to Trump. He mockingly said that whatever people throw to this man, he will never get affected.

Ivanka Trump’s father, too, will remain standing no matter what revelations one throws on his feet. He even cited a number of examples, like “facts, reality, and brains,” which can’t just easily bring him down. And even if he had a self-inflicted wound, he will still get up in the morning like nothing happened and continuously tweet.

Thus, Moore warned that Trump’s cool will end when “Fahrenheit 11/9” is release. The Weinstein brothers, on the other hand, revealed that they will store their latest project in Cannes and promised that it will feature a different kind of storyline that has never been told and seen before.

Other documentaries made by Moore

Meanwhile, the siblings’ Weinstein Co.

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said in a statement that “Fahrenheit 11/9” will be presented in true Moore’s style. It will feature a combination of “outrage and mischievous humor” that made him one of the best documentary filmmakers in the world.

As the Weinstein brother secured the rights to the film, it just ignites the reteaming of the trio. To recall, his past documentary about the aftermath of the Sept.

11 terrorist attack titled “Fahrenheit 9/11” was also distributed by the siblings’ film company. The movie even broke a lot of record as the biggest-grossing documentary of all time for earning $200-million worldwide.

Moore, too, has released “Michael Moore in Trumpland” just before the presidential election in November 2016. After 11 days of filming, he quickly released the movie in New York, Los Angeles. It was released in cinemas and other digital platforms while warning everyone that Trump was the one who’s going to win. It, too, was made for the upset voters of Hillary Clinton.