Moore pressure for Bush
Michael Moore is planning two new books before the US presidential election.
12:37 19 August 2004
Filmmaker and author, Michael Moore, is planning two new books before the US presidential election in November.
Moore is determined to help Democrat candidate John Kerry oust President Bush from the White House and is hoping to build on the success of Fahrenheit 9/11.
The controversial documentary, which makes a number of allegations about the Bush administration, stormed the UK box office last month.
Now the anti-war, anti-Bush campaigner is stepping up the pressure.
His publisher confirmed this week that there would be two book releases before election day.
Fahrenheit 9/11 is also due for release on DVD before America goes to the polls.
A survey by Newsweek.com this week named Moore's film as the second best release of the year, behind Spider-Man 2. Bizarrely the movie also came second in the worst film category.