Al Gore had his time in the spotlight, and now it’s one of his biggest critics’ turn. An upcoming film on climate change.
The film called Climate Hustle is scheduled for a one-night, national theater event on May 2.
Co-written by Marc Morano of Climate Depot and the Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow, the film takes a tongue-in-cheek approach to claims made over the years about manmade global warming.
"We're looking at hundreds of theaters, hundreds of cities," says Morano. "The global warming comedy will make its debut. We're going to have special features involved in the movie, some surprises around the film, meaning there is going to be additional stuff besides the movie when you go to the theater event."
Morano adds that Al Gore, who appears in the 2006 global warming documentary "An Inconvenient Truth," will have the option to see the film.
"It'll be playing in Tennessee, New York, California, whatever one of his multiple, high-carbon-footprint homes he's at, and he'll have the opportunity to see it," Morano says. "He should see it to find out what top scientists and Nobel Prize winners are saying about him. In fact, we actually feature a Nobel Prize-winning scientist, a physicist, in the film who says he's ashamed of the Nobel committee for awarding the prize to Al Gore."
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