Michael Moore has always been a man shrouded in controversy. The infamous filmmaker and activist has shaken the country up on multiple occasions with this documentaries. Bowling for Columbine, Fahrenheit 9/11, and Sicko took an in-depth look at the Columbine massacre, President Bush's Administration, and the American health care system, respectively. Now, Moore is back with another documentary that will be both divisive and educational. 

Moore sat down on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert this week, and revealed that his latest documentary will be called Fahrenheit 11/9. The title is a direct reference to the day that Trump officially won the election. "I'm finishing the film right now, it'll be out September 21st," begins Moore. "It's called Fahrenheit 11/9, the night he was announced as president of the United States."

"Are there any surprises in this?" asks Colbert. "This is about how the hell we got into this situation, and how we're gonna get out of it. I can't reveal too much right now, we're in the final edit of the film. You are going to see things you have not seen," replies Moore who then plays a clip from the documentary. In the short clip, Moore infiltrates Trump's Mara-a-Lago resort and attempts to get a meeting with Trump.