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Will Bush-bashing bring in big bucks overseas? "Fahrenheit 9/11" has already tapped into political resentment in the U.S. toward President George W. Bush to the tune of $60 million, part of that…
In its first week of expansion, "Fahrenheit 9/11" continued its unprecedented run at the box office, grossing an estimated $21 million over the four-day weekend.
"Fahrenheit 9/11" is making itself felt in politics, but not in the way most would suspect. California's state Republican party is using Michael Moore to attack Sen. Barbara Boxer, who is facing…
The Walt Disney Co. could draw fire from shareholders once they study the rocketing B.O. numbers for "Fahrenheit 9/11."
"Fahrenheit 9/11" went a long way toward recouping its expenses this weekend, and with a wide expansion of runs in the works over the next 10 days, an eventual domestic cume approaching $100 million…
"Fahrenheit 9/11" shattered all expectations, as well as box office records for documentaries, with an opening-weekend gross of $21.8 million. "It became part of the national conversation this…
The Backlot: Michael Moore, like Mel Gibson and many before him, stands to benefit from the sheer noise level of those who denounce his work.
Buzz works. After weeks of debate and media coverage, "Fahrenheit 9/11" opened today far better than expected.
Given the fusillade of attacks on his character since his film "Fahrenheit 9/11" won the Palme d'Or at Cannes in May, you'd think Michael Moore would have lost his sense of humor by now -- or curled…
Michael Moore doesn't talk about "Fahrenheit 9/11" as if he's marketing just another movie. For him, it's a political crusade. "I hope it helps get Bush out of the White House," he has said.
Bill Clinton will get a sizable window of exposure this summer for the historic rollout of his doorstop memoir -- but he's not the only hot summer name in nonfiction.