Now that Fahrenheit 9/11 is a box office hit — it has garnered greater receipts this weekend than originally estimated — its DVD release is uncertain. Is it before the election or after?

Meanwhile, the quote by Richard Roeper, of Ebert & Roeper, “Everyone in the Country should see this film!” is being banned in movie ads by the MPAA because it encourages underage kids to see the movie.

By the time they become of age, they’ll be drafted.

And in the consider the source department, it’s being reported that “[t]he Carlyle Group, one company that is the subject of intense scrutiny in Michael Moore’s anti-Bush documentary “Fahrenheit 9/11″ is one of three investment firms that now own movie theater chain Loews Cineplex Entertainment.”

Maybe the doubling of theatres showing the film that was scheduled for this week won’t happen after all.