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Japan Box Office: ‘Zootopia’ Passes $42M, Beats Previous Weekend Haul Again

This was the third weekend the Disney animation film improved its box-office take over the previous frame, despite showing on fewer screens.

Michael Moore Mystery: Who’s Paying to Release His New Film?

An elusive distributor and scuttled marketing for 'Where to Invade Next' raise questions as the movie limps into 300 theaters Feb. 12.

Michael Moore Hospitalized With Pneumonia Ahead of ‘Where to Invade Next’ Release

On Friday, less than a week before the release of his latest documentary, the filmmaker revealed he's been in the ICU since Sunday night but said he's getting better and would be discharged later in the day.

Critic’s Notebook: For Politically Charged Films, Timing is Everything

It’s a truly weird season when a new Michael Moore movie is one of the least topical, but the impact of a politically charged film is often a matter of timing (just ask Spike Lee).

Michael Moore on New Wave of Gun Violence: “The NRA Is Actually Half Right” (Guest Column)

The 'Where to Invade Next' filmmaker argues that even if the U.S. banned guns, its lack of a social safety net would still turn many toward violence: "We just need to modify [the NRA's slogan] to, 'Guns don’t kill people — Americans kill people.'"

Michael Moore Moves Release of ‘Where to Invade Next’ to Presidential Primary Season

The film will have an Oscar-qualifying run in L.A. and N.Y. beginning Dec. 23, but its wide opening has been postponed.

Surprise! Michael Moore Loves ‘The Bachelorette’

"I always watch the first night," the filmmaker admits. "I like to pick who I think will be in the final 10, then I don't watch for 10 weeks and come back to see."

Michael Moore: “I Don’t Like to Ghettoize Documentary Filmmaking From Filmmaking”

"The strangest encounters with me and all my films have been how many times I've discovered how wrong I was while I was making a film."

‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — Michael Moore (‘Where to Invade Next’)

The most famous doc filmmaker in history discusses his iconic look, how he feels about his haters — and why he's partnering with a new distributor and contesting an R-rating for his new doc.

Michael Moore Mystery: Will Harvey Weinstein Back ‘Where to Invade Next’?

Sources say the mogul, once the target of the filmmaker's lawyers, could help release the documentary, which has a distributor but not a release date.

‘Room,’ ‘Where to Invade Next’ Win Audience Awards at Hamptons Film Fest

Other winners included Iceland's best foreign-language film Oscar submission, 'Rams'; the documentary 'Missing People'; and 'Suffragette.'