Michael Moore's Next Film To Take On Homophobia?

Michael Moore has tackled Downsizing, School Shootings, the culture of fear, The Iraq War, President Bush, and most recently – the American healthcare system. What's next for the controversial documentary filmmaker? Homophobia. That's right, Moore has revealed that homophobia and the anti-gay Christian right movement might be the topic of his next documentary.

"I think it's a very ripe subject for someone like me to make a movie about. Simply because we are not there yet and it remains one of the last open wounds on our soul that we are not willing to fix yet," Moore told The Advocate. "There is nowhere in the four Gospels where Jesus uses the word homosexual.' The right wing has appropriated this guy ... and they have used him to attack gays and lesbians, when he never said a single word against people who are homosexual. Anyone who professes to be a Christian and does that is certainly not following the teachings of Jesus Christ."

Gay marriage has certainly become one of the hot button issues in this country. I can imagine the movie now: Moore will probably bring a Gay couple to a catholic church to get married. But when the parish turns him away, and Moore will pull out some clever funny idea that will get America to think "why not?"