Michael Moore once again is making a documentary that explores the surrounding circumstances about the presidency of Donald Trump. Titled “Fahrenheit 11/9,” it serves as a play on from his previous documentary “Fahrenheit 9/11,” which was about how George W. Bush handled the 9/11 terrorist attack in 2001.

Getting out of the Trumpland

In October of last year, Michael Moore started his first documentary about Donald Trump, which he called “Michael Moore in Trumpland.” The filmmaker wondered within the core of “Trumpland” just weeks before the 2016 presidential election. Prior to doing this, the famous documentarist has released “Where To Invade Next” in the early part of 2016.

It was also an obvious film film criticizing and opposing Trump.

Moore is set to release his next film about Trump. The documentary titled “The Terms Of My Surrender” will be released later this year. If “Michael Moore in Trumpland” is about how the current US President dealt with things in his campaign, the soon to be released documentary revolves on a hilarious discussion about a country that elected a president like Donald Trump. This latest documentary will run for 12 weeks at the Belasco Theater. Its previews will start this coming July.

Heating it up with Fahrenheit 11/9

The upcoming film “Fahrenheit 11/9” from the world renowned filmmaker, will delve on the rise of power of President Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States of America.

Trump was officially declared as winner in the 2016 presidential election on the 8th day of November. It can be recalled that Trump won the presidential race against Hillary Clinton, with the fact that the latter is 3 million votes ahead of him in popular vote. Picking up from this, the story goes on into the questions of why the woman presidential candidate did not succeed and how true are the predictions that Trump is going to be a bad president.

While Moore is still currently filming the documentary, it has already created a big splash in media because of Trump’s alleged involvement in the latest Russia scandal. Trump has reportedly leaked confidential information to Russia. With Moore’s several works regarding Trump, it is not surprising anymore that the filmmaker is in opposition of the present administration.

Bob and Harvey Weinstein, through their Fellowship Adventure Group, have already announced their acquisition of the worldwide rights to Michael Moore’s newest documentary. The official debut date of “Fahrenheit 11/9” has not been announced yet.

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