19 May, 2004 Update from 'The Spoof 'report;'Walt to Moore on 'Fahrenheit 9/11' Film'
Ill-informed Reuters Hollywood reporter Ian Mohr announced today: "In the wake of Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 9/11" world premiere Monday, a new drama is developing behind the scenes as Miramax chiefs Harvey and Bob Weinstein set about locking down a new distributor for the film, which their Disney parent has forbidden them from releasing."
In an exclusive this week, The Spoof had already revealed why "their Disney parent has forbidden them from releasing". (Mr. Moores new 'bush bashing' film.)
Now past on Walt Disney, speaking from 'Beyond; Confirmed through the often used, unnamed, under paid, and spiritually drained camera man from the television set of "Crossing Over - with John Edwards", that Mr. Disney originally wanted Mr. Moore to make a film called "Rumsfeld the lucky ducky, and his buddy Twiggy the sticky Bush".
Moore having broken the original signed contract that he and Mr. Disney had agreed on early 2002, now finds himself tangled up into a lot of legal pegal wrangle dangle with the still living dead called "lawyers".
As reported by The Spoof on May 17, 2004 (Click Here), Mr Disney was still in the process of finding a 'moore reputable spirit medium' to handle all the final contractual details of this new "bush bashing" film called "Fahrenheit 9/11"
Having given sprit guy 'John Edwards' the flick, W.D 33, had been trying fruitlessly to find a very short fellow, with a very tall moustache, called 'James Van Praagh', and his rival spirt filled television show called "Beyond"
This reporter can now report, that Mr Van Praagh no longer has a television show to host Mr. Disney's directions through, thus leaving the final contractual details between Mr. Moore and Mr. Disney, in a spiritual LIMBO.
Readers of The Spoof are encouraged to write Mr Van Praagh, and express their deep concerns about this situation the 'Fahrenheit 9/11 less' film world now finds itself in without his help. www.thebeyondshow.com
Stay tuned to this exclusive 'The Spoof' article as 'moore' details unfold from the séance tent at Cony Island's amusement park.
Extra note: The often used, unnamed, under paid camera man that resigned due to excessive "spiritual wear and tear", claiming he "would be best used in other fictional programs such as FOX and CNN news", did in fact happily land a good fictional job with 'Reuters News.'