Al Gore Has Another Inconvenient Truth for Us Michael Kwan December 12, 2016 News Look at that young man up there. So youthful, vibrant and full of hope. Well, not really. Al Gore was already in his late 50s when An Inconvenient Truth was released back in 2006. You would think that in the ten years since that we would have made some dramatic progress in tackling global climate change. Not enough, it seems, because the Gorester is back with a sequel. Because that's what everyone in Hollywood is doing these days. That and remakes and prequels and I don't think Al Gore is all that interested in making a prequel where America was once great. All kidding aside, The Verge is reporting that a follow-up to An Inconvenient Truth is nearing completion and it will be making its official debut at the Sundance Film Festival next month. Unsurprisingly, the premise of the film, which has yet to receive an official title, is that we get to see all the hard work that Al Gore has done in reducing greenhouse emissions and slowing down the effects of global climate change. Directed by Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk, Another Inconvenient Truth (or should we call it The Still Inconvenient Truth?) will then get a wider release across theaters some time in 2017. Share This With The World!