Lefty filmmaker Michael Moore is no stranger to courting controversy. At the end of his last documentary, 2009's Capitalism: A Love Story, he concluded: "I'm tired of being alone and sticking my neck out, and I'm not gonna do this anymore. I'm not gonna make another documentary until I see other people doing things." Well, it seems that with the #OccupyWallStreet movement becoming a worldwide phenomenon that Mr. Moore is alone no more.
With the movement rapidly becoming a focal point inside the United States and around the globe, the award-winning documentarian has indicated that he is planning to make a new documentary. He was tight-lipped about the film's subject matter, but according to MovieWeb, here's what Moore had to say about his latest endeavor:
"Yes, I am [planning another film]. But I'm not making a film about this... I'm not going to tell you what I'm going to do film-wise, but it will be something that's not being addressed. It will be funny and shocking and hopefully will help move the ball down the field." Now that the 1% and 99% are on a historical collision course, we'll be sure to keep you posted as soon as Michael decides to announce more about this upcoming film.