A&E Network has ordered Cultureshock, an eight-hour original pop culture-focused docuseries, from Morgan Spurlock and his Warrior Poets and Time Inc.’s Entertainment Weekly, for premiere in 2018. Cultureshock looks at the untold stories behind watershed moments in pop culture according to producers. Show More Summary
The doc will make its film festival premiere this fall Documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock is gearing up to debut the sequel to his wildly popular 2004 movie Super Size Me — and this time around he’s taking on the chicken industry....Show More Summary
Ever since his first directorial outing—with the revelatory Super Size Me—documentarian Morgan Spurlock has always been in favor of embracing experience, throwing himself into a subject, however discomfiting, to create an eye-opening...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Award-winning documentary filmmakers Morgan Spurlock and Stephanie Soechtig are teaming with activist Erin Brockovich to take on The Devil We Know, a new film that exposes the evils of C8, a toxic industrial chemical created by DePont to make Teflon and other products. Show More Summary
Morgan Spurlock is applauding Reality Winner for "stepping up" to help Americans get closer to the truth... even though she's been charged with leaking a classified NSA document. We got the "Super Size Me" filmmaker at LAX, and he…
TNT has greenlit Who Run the World? (working title), a new documentary series executive-produced by Emmy® winner Sarah Jessica Parker (Sex and the City, Divorce), Oscar® nominee Morgan Spurlock (Super Size Me, The Greatest Movie Ever Sold) and Refinery29. Show More Summary
As an independent filmmaker tackling a complex and timely subject matter, you couldn’t ask for a more smooth process than David Byars experienced in making his feature directorial debut, No Man’s Land. “The financing was really easy....Show More Summary
Morgan Spurlock is the visionary filmmaker who discovered that eating nothing but McDonald’s is bad for you, but his next project is going to be a lot less suicidal. According to Deadline, he’s directing a film currently called Untitled...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Super Size Me helmer Morgan Spurlock has set his next documentary feature. Spurlock, whose Warrior Poets produced the Tribeca Fest premiere No Man's Land, will next direct what he’s calling the Untitled Human Intelligence Project. Show More Summary
With help from Stan Lee, George R.R. Martin, Brad Meltzer, and some Marvel Studios' stars.
We had the chance to talk to Bell about bearing the harsh environmental conditions, the support the film received from executive producers Morgan Spurlock and Daisy Ridley, and what Aisholpan is up to these days.
AICN HORROR: Morgan Spurlock’s RATS! BLAIR WITCH! WAXWORK II! LET’S BE EVIL! THE COOK! THE GORE GORE GIRLS! THE DEVIL LIVES HERE! THE SNARE! SLIME CITY MASSACRE! A CLOWN’S RECOVERY! UNHOLY SIDESHOW! C.H.U.D II: BUD THE CHUD! & THE BRIDGE...Show More Summary
Holy Chicken raises its own poultry and pays every employee at least $15 an hour News that Super Size Me director and star Morgan Spurlock was opening a fast food restaurant of his own raised some eyebrows. What is a guy who set outShow More Summary
Morgan Spurlock became famous thanks to the documentary Super Size Me, which chronicled his journey to become the world’s biggest fast-food fan by eating nothing but McDonald’s for an entire month. (That’s what it was about, right?)Show More Summary
Was it coincidence more than planning that has Morgan Spurlock, the director and star of Super Size Me, opening his own fast foodery in Columbus Ohio just days before Thanksgiving? Certainly no one expects to have their family gathering at Holy Chicken this year, but the timing marks the beginning of [...]
He's hoping to change the fried chicken sandwich game.
Fullscreen is bolstering the content slate for its recently launched subscription service with six original series and the return of Jack & Dean Of All Trades, a comedy in which YouTube creators Jack Howard and Dean Dobbs attempt to hold down temporary jobs after quitting lucrative careers in finance. Show More Summary
And he’s hoping to change the model Filmmaker Morgan Spurlock, the man who famously ate McDonald’s for 30 consecutive days and lived to make a movie about it, is opening a fast food restaurant of his own. Spurlock’s Holy Chicken will...Show More Summary
Morgan Spurlock was nine years old when he knew he wanted to be a filmmaker. But it was an unlikely movie that got him hooked. "My parents took me to see 'Scanners,' and when Michael Ironside made that guy's head explode, that was the...Show More Summary
Filmmaker's latest takes you to rodent temples and infested farms across the globe.