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‘Fahrenheit 11/9’ Trailer Has Michael Moore Continuing to Be a Parody of Liberalism

Earlier today, the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival announced it would premiere Michael Moore’s new documentary, Fahrenheit 11/9, a title that references Moore’s previous movie, Fahrenheit 9/11, which went right up to the line of 9/11 trutherism as it tried to connect the Bush family to the Saudis. Now he’s back with a new documentary that looks ridiculously unfocused and just as irritating.

Watch the trailer for Fahrenheit 11/9 and tell me what this movie is about. It seems to be a gathering of inchoate rage and aggressive fearmongering without any singular point. It’s like Moore gathered up every liberal cause of the last 18 months and just threw them all together in a blender. What do Parkland survivors have to do with the Flint water crisis? The Flint water crisis started back during the Obama presidency, so why is it tied into Trump’s election (the 11/9 of the title)?

What’s most frustrating about Moore is that I agree with him politically. We technically have the same values when it comes to how America should be run and agree on the forces working against its betterment. But holy hell has his filmmaking gone down the tubes, and Fahrenheit 11/9 does not look like a recovery. It just looks like a splattering of liberal outrage without any organizing principle beyond “Trump is bad,” which, yeah, but do better than that. Dunking on Trump is the easiest thing right now, and it doesn’t really take any investigation or research to point out that he’s making America worse.

Check out the Fahrenheit 11/9 trailer below. The film opens September 21st to an audience that will already agree with everything that it’s saying.

Here’s the TIFF synopsis for Fahrenheit 11/9:

Palme d’Or–winning documentarian Michael Moore (Fahrenheit 9/11) turns his attention to another significant date, examining the legacy of Trump’s ascension to the US presidency on November 9, 2016.

Michael Moore promises secret film will end Trump presidency

Surprise! Michael Moore is working on a new movie.

Bob and Harvey Weinstein announced Tuesday they have, through their Fellowship Adventure Group, acquired worldwide rights to the Oscar-winning documentarian’s latest nonfiction project, titled Fahrenheit 11/9.

Moore, 63, is currently directing the movie, which will examine the factors that contributed to Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential victory (despite losing the popular vote to Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton by around 3 million) and subsequent tenure as the nation’s leader. Its title is a reference to the day Trump was declared president at 2:29 a.m. ET (and a play on Moore’s film Fahrenheit 9/11, which investigated the George W. Bush administration’s response to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks).

“The filming has been done under a strict cloak of secrecy and is expected to be key in dissolving Trump’s ‘teflon’ shield and, in turn, his presidency,” a press release reads. Via statement, Moore continues: “No matter what you throw at him, it hasn’t worked. No matter what is revealed, he remains standing. Facts, reality, brains cannot defeat him. Even when he commits a self-inflicted wound, he gets up the next morning and keeps going and tweeting. That all ends with this movie.”

Fahrenheit ‪11/9 will reportedly contain “the mix of outrage and mischievous humor that has made Moore the most successful documentary filmmaker in the world,” and sees the filmmaker reuniting with the team who helped craft his Academy Award-nominated documentary Fahrenheit ‪9/11, including Meghan O’Hara, Tia Lessin and Carl Deal.

Shortly before the 2016 election, Moore released another surprise film, Michael Moore in Trumpland, in October, which was billed as Moore’s dive “right into hostile territory with his daring and hilarious one-man show, deep in the heart of TrumpLand in the weeks before the 2016 election” framed through a discussion he had with Trump-supporting Republicans in Ohio. Moore will additionally front another solo, anti-Trump project later this year, when his stage show, titled The Terms of My Surrender, debuts in July on Broadway for a 12-week engagement.

“There is no greater part of what we can do right now than to have the power to bring Michael Moore to a mass audience. When we had the opportunity to work with him on Fahrenheit 9/11, we were so persistent that we ultimately had to part ways from Disney and we lost our beloved Miramax, named after our parents, because we believed so strongly in the message,” a Weinstein statement reads. “The movie broke all records then, and we plan to do so again. This movie will have one of the most innovative distribution plans ever. Now more than ever, Michael’s appetite for the truth is crucial. We are ecstatic to be a part of this revolution.”

A release date for Fahrenheit 11/9 has yet to be announced.

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Michael Moore’s secret anti-Trump documentary, ‘Fahrenheit 11/9,’ acquired by Weinsteins

Famed documentarian Michael Moore has been secretly working on a film about Donald Trump’s presidential election. Titled “Fahrenheit 11/9,” the unknown flick still in production was personally acquired by the Weinstein Co.’s Bob and Harvey Weinstein on Tuesday, the pair announced.

“‘Fahrenheit ‪11/9’ will be presented with the mix of outrage and mischievous humor that has made Moore the most successful documentary filmmaker in the world,” reads a statement from the company.

The “11/9” in the doc’s title refers to the day Trump was declared president of the United States, at 2:29 a.m. on Nov. 9, 2016. The Weinsteins’ acquisition of the flick marks a re-teaming of the trio, as Moore’s “Fahrenheit 9/11,” about the aftermath of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, was also distributed by them (and set a $200-million worldwide record for the biggest-grossing documentary of all time).

May. 16, 2017, 3:24 p.m.

Miss USA Kára McCullough clarifies her stances on healthcare, feminism

Don’t think the newly crowned Miss USA 2017 gave the “correct” answers Sunday night when — at that moment still merely Miss D.C. — she was asked about affordable healthcare and feminism? Where she said she considered the first one to be a privilege, not a right, and the second one better expressed as “equalism”?

Kára McCullough has given people who disagree with her another chance to get where she was coming from with those 30-second answers.

“Hey, I am privileged to have healthcare,” the 25-year-old chemist told Michael Strahan on “Good Morning America” on Tuesday, strongly emphasizing the second half of the p-word after noting that she did think healthcare was a right, one she hoped would be available to people worldwide down the line.

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Beset by recent layoffs, ESPN assures advertisers: ‘We’re making changes’

Sports media behemoth ESPN has been taking some tough knocks in the news media and on Wall lately for losing cable subscribers to cord-cutting and laying off more than 100 editorial staffers.

But, like an impassioned coach giving a locker room speech at halftime, ESPN Chairman John Skipper made a case Tuesday for the continued vitality of his business during the network’s upfront sales presentation to advertisers at the Minskoff Theatre in New York.

“ESPN is responding to change and we’re making changes from the most dramatic position of strength,” he said.

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Katy Perry confirmed as judge on ABC’s ‘American Idol’

Katy Perry is headed to ABC’s revival of “American Idol.”

During the network’s presentation to advertisers at Lincoln Center in New York, ABC Entertainment President Channing Dungey confirmed that the pop star will serve as the show’s anchor judge.

“Katy is a superstar and a fantastic addition to the long list of
great ‘Idol’ judges,” Dungey said, adding that “we’re pulling out all the stops to make ‘Idol’ bigger and better than ever.”

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Stephen Colbert has a special message for President Trump: ‘Please resign’

Since President Trump’s high-profile criticism of Stephen Colbert last week, wherein he called the late-night host a “no-talent guy,” Colbert has seemed absolutely delighted at the thought of getting under Trump’s skin.

As such, Monday night’s show featured Colbert making a direct plea to the president to spare Sean Spicer’s job, but not before making a brief detour.

“Donald Trump, if you’re watching, first, you’re a bad president, please resign. Second of all,” Colbert deadpanned, holding for the roar of approval from the crowd, “Please, please please, don’t take Sean Spicer from us.”

May. 16, 2017, 12:31 p.m.

Watch Emma Stone and Steve Carell as tennis legends Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs in ‘Battle of the Sexes’ trailer

Emma Stone and Steve Carell might be early 2018 Oscar contenders. As co-leads of Fox Searchlight‘s “Battle of the Sexes,” the two take on the historic match between tennis legends Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs.

“Male chauvinistic pig versus hairy-legged feminist,” Carell’s Riggs says on the phone in a new trailer released Tuesday. “You’re still a feminist, right?”

“I’m a tennis player who happens to be a woman,” says Stone as a half-awake King.

May. 16, 2017, 11:30 a.m.
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‘Perfect time’ for ‘American Idol’ reboot, says ABC’s Channing Dungey

Not only is it not too soon to reboot “American Idol,” it is the “perfect time” according to ABC entertainment president Channing Dungey.

In a media call ahead of ABC’s upfront presentation to advertisers in New York on Tuesday, Dungey discussed the network’s planned reboot of the once mighty singing competition so soon after its “farewell season” on Fox.

“We’re thrilled and excited to have it as part of our slate,” Dungey said of “Idol,” which was a ratings powerhouse for a good portion of its 15-year run on Fox. “It feels like a perfect addition to our strong alternative franchises in ‘Dancing [With the Stars]’ and ‘[The] Bachelor.'”

May. 16, 2017, 11:16 a.m.
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ABC’s ‘Scandal’ ending after next season

“Scandal” is coming to an end.

ABC Entertainment President Channing Dungey announced that Season 7 will be the final season for the hit drama from Shonda Rhimes’ Shondaland and starring Kerry Washington.

“Shonda has decided the series needs to come to a close, and while this is definitely a bittersweet moment for all of us gladiators, I have no doubt what she has in store for the final season will be as powerful as what’s come before, and we will be sure to honor that every step of the way,” Dungey said in a statement.

May. 16, 2017, 10:41 a.m.
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Revivals continue apace on screens big and small, with word that “Roseanne,” the family sitcom led by comic Roseanne Barr, will be returning to its home network at ABC in 2018.


“The Conners’ joys and struggles are as relevant — and hilarious — today as they were then,” ABC Entertainment President Channing Dungey said in an announcement Tuesday morning. “There’s really no one better to comment on our modern America than Roseanne.”

The original “Roseanne” ran on ABC from 1988 to 1997 and stood out in its time for its uniquely barbed humor in depicting a working class family making ends meet in Illinois.

May. 16, 2017, 10:32 a.m.

Michael Jackson just wants to be ‘a normal American dad’ in Lifetime biopic trailer

Michael Jackson‘s tumultuous final years are getting the Lifetime treatment in the network’s latest biopic, “Michael Jackson: Searching for Neverland.”

“He didn’t want to be the King of Pop,” one of his bodyguards says in a new trailer for the film. “He just wants to be Mike. A normal American dad.”

The teaser released Tuesday stars Jackson impersonator Navi as the beleaguered King of Pop leading up to his 2009 death. As Jackson, he juggles highly dramatized preparations for the “This Is It” tour, heated exchanges with the media and soapy moments with his kids at home.

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Michael Moore reveals first look at Trump-focused film ‘Fahrenheit 11/9’

Michael Moore dropped by “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” on Thursday night to give a first look at his upcoming documentary centered around President Trump — and to reassure everyone he isn’t pulling any punches.

When Colbert inquired about whether Moore was “civil” during his attempt to infiltrate Mar-a-Lago, as shared in a clip brought by the director, Moore answered affirmatively. Sort of.

“I was as civil as any Eagle Scout, Catholic altar boy could be when confronted with the devil,” he said.

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I’m not difficult. It’s not in my vocabulary. Because of a few difficulties with myself, it caused me to retreat from my true self. After ‘The Buddy Holly Story,’ I went over the rainbow. I didn’t know how to handle everything that came at me. It’s different now. I’ve moved on into the light. It was just all a part of the journey of finding me.

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In an effort to appeal to a younger demographic, Amazon Studios is adding more young-adult content to its streaming services.

Announced Thursday, the studio has given the green light for three new pilots: “Panic,” based on Lauren Oliver’s book of the same title; “The Wilds,” written by Sarah Streicher (“Daredevil”); and “College,” from writer and director Marja-Lewis Ryan (“6 Balloons”).

“Panic” follows 47 graduating seniors from a rural town who compete in a dangerous and illegal game where there the stakes are high and there’s only one winner.

Jun. 28, 2018, 12:34 p.m.

Glenda Jackson, reigning queen of Broadway, to return in ‘King Lear’

Glenda Jackson’s Broadway reign has been extended through 2019.

After winning a Tony Award this year for her performance in “Three Tall Women,” the acclaimed actress is reprising the role of King Lear in a new staging of the Shakespeare classic launching next year, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

No stranger to the role, Jackson wore the crown, at 80, for an Old Vic production of “King Lear” in 2016.

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CAA talent agency launches searchable database of TV writers of color

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“We initially conceived the Amplify Database as a resource for our clients and buyers to help them make the most informed and inclusive decisions when addressing the needs of their shows,” said Christy Haubegger, the agency’s head of multicultural business development, in a statement.

“With the marketplace appetite for diverse voices at an all-time high, we saw the larger potential value in this resource and decided to maximize its impact by sharing it with the entertainment industry,” she added.

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Stephen Colbert laments Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement: ‘You’re only 81!’

If you had trouble processing Wednesday’s news that Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy is retiring, you’re not alone. Stephen Colbert is flummoxed too.

“Listen, if you’re on a low-carb diet, you’re in luck ’cause ain’t no way to sugarcoat this,” Colbert began, before announcing Justice Kennedy’s decision to retire from the Supreme Court.

“I never thought I’d say this, but you’re only 81!” he continued.

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The film, based on a true story, follows father David (Steve Carell) and son Nic (Timothée Chalamet) Sheff and their experiences with addiction, recovery and family over many years.

Directed by Felix Van Groeningen, the movie is based on bestselling memoirs by the father and son, “Beautiful Boy: A Father’s Journey Through His Son’s Addiction” and “Tweak: Growing Up on Methamphetamines,” respectively.

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“To my fans, my family, and my supporters, the ones who never left me, you are my light. I am forever grateful,” the 25-year-old singer said Wednesday morning on social media with a video of her during a recent concert in Lisbon where she performed new music.

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Leonardo DiCaprio teased fans Wednesday with a photo of himself in costume alongside Brad Pitt, staring down the camera with 1960s swagger.

DiCaprio, who was the first actor to commit to the Sony Pictures project, last promoted the film alongside the director at CinemaCon in April before they had even shot one frame of it. But Tarantino called DiCaprio and Pitt “the most exciting, dynamic star duo since Paul Newman and Robert Redford.”

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Michael Moore Reveals New Film ‘Fahrenheit 11/9’ About Donald Trump On ‘Colbert’

By Corey Atad . 29 Jun 2018 9:27 AM

Michael Moore has a new film coming soon and it’s all about Donald Trump.

The director and activist was on Global’s “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” on Thursday and finally revealed his latest documentary.

The details of “Fahrenheit 11/9” — a play on the title of his acclaimed documentary “Fahrenheit 9/11” — are still under wraps, but Moore said the film will be focused on, “How the hell we got in this situation, and how we’re going to get out of it.

Moore also showed a short clip from the documentary, showing him trying to get into Trump’s private Mar-a-Lago club in Florida.

Asked about issues of civility and the recent incident in which Sarah Huckabee Sanders was asked to leave a restaurant due to her working for Donald Trump, Moore said, “We’re not talking about political differences, we’re talking about thousands of children being separated from their parents and put in jails… This is insanity, it is not who we are, is it?”

Michael Moore Sequel Docu ‘Fahrenheit 11/9’ Heats As He Addresses Intl Buyers Today – Cannes

EXCLUSIVE: While we wait for the Cannes marketplace deal-making to begin in earnest, Michael Moore’s sequel documentary Fahrenheit 11/9 — on the controversial and polarizing election of Donald Trump — might not last through the weekend. After famously teaming on 2004’s Fahrenheit 9/11 and watching it become the highest-grossing Palme d’Or winner ever and the biggest-earning documentary with over $220 million in worldwide gross, Moore and Bob and Harvey Weinstein will describe the movie in detail at an international buyers-only presentation tonight at the Martinez Hotel in Cannes.

While the expectation is for another full-blown theatrical release, distributors in the digital space are already jockeying after The Weinstein Company announced the project days ago. Sources said Harvey Weinstein met with HBO’s Richard Plepler and that digital players including Amazon Studios have been all over it. While Amazon would mean a full theatrical release, an HBO deal would likely start with a 100-theater opening and an accelerated window to broadcast.

Moore has been filming in secret and is said to be well along, meaning the film will be ready to be seen later this year. I’m told that no offers will be entertained until after tonight’s presentation, where buyers will hear Moore’s vision for the film.

The “11/9” in the new project’s title refers to the day Trump was declared President of the United States, at 2:29 AM ET on November 9, 2016. Moore has reunited on this with his production team from Fahrenheit ‪9/11 — directors-producers Meghan O’Hara, Tia Lessin and Carl Deal.

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Michael Moore’s In-Secret ‘Fahrenheit 11/9’ Movie Acquired By Weinsteins

Michael Moore has been secretly making a documentary about Donald Trump’s presidential election victory titled Fahrenheit 11/9, and The Weinstein Company toppers Bob and Harvey Weinstein have just personally secured worldwide rights to the film, which is still in production.

The Weinstein Company COO David Glasser will be shopping domestic and international rights beginning this week at Cannes, where it immediately will be the hottest of hot titles. Of course, Fahrenheit 9/11, Moore’s scathing documentary about the aftermath of the September 11 terrorist attacks in the U.S., won Cannes’ Palme d’Or in 2004, and the movie made Moore a globally known filmmaker. It was also distributed by the Weinsteins, setting the record for the biggest-grossing documentary of all time with more than $200 million worldwide.

The “11/9” in the new project’s title refers to the day Trump was declared President of the United States, at 2:29 AM ET on November 9, 2016. Moore has reunited on this with his production team from Fahrenheit ‪9/11 — directors-producers Meghan O’Hara, Tia Lessin and Carl Deal.

Also like Fahrenheit 9/11, the Weinsteins will use their own indie label the Fellowship Adventure Group to release 11/9. No release date has been set for the new pic, which Moore hopes will, like 9/11, shine a new light on a lightning-rod subject — in this case the Trump presidency that he has been warning about, with a “storyline unlike any that is currently being told” according to the Weinsteins.

“No matter what you throw at him, it hasn’t worked,” Moore said of Trump in a release announcing the deal. “No matter what is revealed, he remains standing. Facts, reality, brains cannot defeat him. Even when he commits a self-inflicted wound, he gets up the next morning and keeps going and tweeting. That all ends with this movie.”

Said the Weinsteins: “There is no greater part of what we can do right now than to have the power to bring Michael Moore to a mass audience. When we had the opportunity to work with him on Fahrenheit 9/11, we were so persistent that we ultimately had to part ways from Disney and we lost our beloved Miramax, named after our parents, because we believed so strongly in the message. The movie broke all records then, and we plan to do so again. This movie will have one of the most innovative distribution plans ever. Now more than ever, Michael’s appetite for the truth is crucial. We are ecstatic to be a part of this revolution.”

Moore has already made a movie about Trump, Michael Moore In TrumpLand, which the filmmaker self-distributed in October.

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