Based off a book of the same name, the 2005 movie follows a tobacco lobbyist in the 90s. It made four times its budget, so shouts out to Elon for another profitable venture. And that's not his only project either. He has producer credits on five movies total, according to IMDb, and he plays himself in Machete Kills. You know, just in case anybody was thinking about messing with him like back in his school days. He also tweeted in May that he was thinking about a Thank You For Smoking sequel, which would likely target worldwide pollution concerns.