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Michael Moore's global appeal shows no signs of abating.
Michael Moore came to Cannes to promo his untitled follow-up to "Fahrenheit 9/11," which he does not see as a sequel, but as a continuation of a series started in 2002 with "Bowling for Columbine."…
Michael Moore is making a sequel to "Fahrenheit 9/11" for Overture Films and Paramount Vantage, which will shop the project to international buyers when the Cannes Film Festival and market get under…
A judge has thrown out a suit by an Iraq War veteran against filmmaker Michael Moore. In the $35 million suit that also sought damages from Miramax, the soldier claimed Moore used his image without…
Michael Moore has a message for Hollywood, and no, it's not about George W. Bush's handling of the war in Iraq. He says the second edition of the Traverse City Film Festival, held in this tiny resort…
Two years after shunning Michael Moore's "Bowling for Columbine," the Directors Guild of America has tapped his "Fahrenheit 9/11" as a finalist for its documentary award.
SAG stalwart Valerie Harper made a naked plea for "Fahrenheit 9/11" Oscar consideration at Thursday night's House of Blues music-fueled benefit for military families and Iraq war vets.
The presidential election may be over (the Electoral College finalized George W. Bush's victory Jan. 6) but Michael Moore's campaign isn't stopping anytime soon.
Michael Moore urged Democrats to hightail it to Hollywood, harness some star power and steer clear of "wonks" if they want to win the White House in 2008.
It came down to the wire, but annual box office for 2004 managed to edge out 2003, with $9.214 billion through Sunday, according to the final tally released Monday by Nielsen EDI, vs. 2003's $9.166…