Michael Moore's next is another 9/11 movie!

Fahrenheit 9/11 sequel being made RIGHT NOW by the outspoken and successful documentary film-maker.

It's been long rumored but today it really does look like it's happening. American documentary film-maker Michael Moore has agreed a deal with Paramount Vantage and Overture Films (who are co-financing) to make a sequel to the highest grossing documentary of all time - Fahrenheit 9/11. Moore is working on the movie right now (it's long been said to be titled Fahrenheit 9/11 and a half) which will be released next year, Moore's first film since Bowling for Columbine that has been away from the Weinstein's... with quiet murmurs that the film-maker left the studio because he was unhappy of how the release of Sicko was handled.

The 2004 doc Fahrenheit 9/11 was a scathing and no-holds barred attack on George Bush - showing him to be misguided, incompetent and completely incapable of handling the war on terror. Something that we all agreed with then and something we all agree with now, some four years later. It was a tremendous piece of work, Moore at his persuasive best... A lot has gone on since the five years since Moore put the documentary together... a lot for him to explore to be sure and there's no doubt that anger is still very prevalent for George Bush despite the fact he is leaving office soon. Can this one catch the global media way that the first movie captured in 2004? Maybe not but it should still be fascinating work. source - variety
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Matt Holmes is the co-founder of What Culture, formerly known as Obsessed With Film. He has been blogging about pop culture and entertainment since 2006 and has written over 10,000 articles.