'TrumpLand': Michael Moore releases surprise Donald Trump documentary


Yet another October surprise has dropped, this time courtesy of filmmaker and Donald Trump critic Michael Moore.

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According to Time, "Michael Moore in TrumpLand," a documentary about the Republican presidential nominee, debuted Tuesday with a free screening at IFC Center in New York. 

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Mashable reports that the film "is said to be an extension of a one-man play that Moore had planned to perform in Newark, Ohio." Moore said the community board at the theater there "banned" him from performing – a claim officials denied, saying they didn't approve the contract with Moore because of a rushed time frame and questions about the show, the Columbus Dispatch reports.

According to The New York Times, the documentary will hit the big screen in New York and Los Angeles for a week. Fans also can buy the film on iTunes starting Wednesday, Mashable reports.

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