Michael Moore has his own October Surprise: He made a movie about Donald Trump, which the filmmaker is self-distributing this weekend, and everyone is learning about it now. Moore is currently in the editing/mixing room, putting the final touches on Michael Moore in TrumpLand in time for tonight’s premiere at New York City’s IFC Center at 9:30PM ET. He literally just hired a publicist who is figuring out last minute press screenings in Los Angeles and New York. In addition to a New York and Los Angeles run this weekend, Michael Moore in TrumpLand will also be available on iTunes. Pic’s synopsis: “See the film Ohio Republicans tried to shut down. Oscar-winner Michael Moore dives 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.” Apparently, the movie is based on a one-man play that Moore was trying to mount recently at Newark’s Midland Theatre in Ohio. However, Moore claims that the theater’s management prevented him from taking the stage as they deemed him too controversial. Moore will be in attendance tonight at IFC Center. Here’s what Moore tweeted out this morning:
Michael Moore Working Down To Wire On Surprise ‘TrumpLand’ Movie
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