Following Morgan Spurlock's own admission of sexual misconduct on social media, YouTube Red has dropped his sequel Super Size Me 2: Holy Chicken.
And it got pulled from the Sundance Film Festival The sequel to Morgan Spurlock’s popular documentary Super Size Me may not see the light of day now that the filmmaker has confessed to numerous incidents of sexual misconduct, including...Show More Summary
YouTube Red made a major coup in September when it picked up Super Size Me 2: Holy Chicken! from acclaimed documentarian Morgan Spurlock for a reported $3.5 million. But following admissions of sexual misconduct by Spurlock -- whoseShow More Summary
The fallout from Morgan Spurlock’s public confession of sexual misconduct earlier this week continues. The documentary maker has been dropped as an executive producer of Showtime’s upcoming five-episode docu-series The Trade, which will have a world premiere at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival, followed by a Feb. Show More Summary
Following Morgan Spurlock’s lengthy confessional Twitter post, titled “I am Part of the Problem,” the future of his Supersize Me sequel is unclear. The documentary filmmaker admitted to a history of sexual misconduct, including a workplace sexual-harassment claim he settled (“It wasn’t a gropy feely harassment. It was verbal, and ... More »
TNT, Sarah Jessica Parker’s Pretty Matches and Refinery29 have suspended production on the planned unscripted series Who Rules the World (working title), which had been co-produced by Morgan Spurlock's Warrior Poets and executive produced by the documentarymaker. Show More Summary
On the December 15, 2017 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by /Film managing editor Jacob Hall and writers Chris Evangelista and Hoai-Tran Bui to discuss the latest news, including Morgan Spurlock’s admission...Show More Summary
The fallout continues in the wake of filmmaker Morgan Spurlock coming out to confess that he was “part of the problem” of an environment of sexual harassment for women. Both doc filmmakers of ‘The Devil We Know” and YouTube Red which was supposed to distribute Super Size Me 2 have distanced themselves from him. Show More Summary
'Super Size Me' documentarian steps down from his Warrior Poets production company after revealing his own tales of sexual misconduct on Twitter.
Morgan Spurlock has stepped down from his production company, Warrior Poets, following his confession of a history of sexual harassment and assault accusations. The Super Size Me filmmaker revealed in a statement that he has been accused of rape and sexual harassment by two respective women. Show More Summary
Last night, Morgan Spurlock shared a lengthy essay about his own history of sexual misconduct, revealing that a woman accused him of rape in college, that he paid a settlement to a former assistant who he would call “sex pants,” and that he cheated on everyone he’s been in a relationship with. Now, Deadline is… Read more...
An acclaimed filmmaker is stepping down from his production company, revealing in a public confession that he is “part of the problem” of sexual misconduct. Morgan Spurlock, the Oscar-nominated documentary filmmaker behind “Super Size Me,” “Where in the World Is...
Morgan Spurlock co-founded New York-based production company Warrior Poets with Jeremy Chilnick in 2004. He’s now stepping down from the company, hours after he penned a confessional essay in which he revealed that a woman he slept with...Show More Summary
Yesterday, Morgan Spurlock posted a lengthy note on Twitter called “I am Part of the Problem” in which he disclosed his own history of sexual misconduct. It included a sexual-harassment claim he settled; a woman’s claim that he raped her when they were in college (“There were no charges or ... More »
The fallout from Morgan Spurlock's admission to past sexual misconduct has started -- he's stepping down effective immediately from the company he co-founded... TMZ has learned. Jeremy Chilnick -- co-founder of the Warrior Poets…
Spurlock sent out a tweet detailing accusations of rape and sexual harassment made against him.
So then I read the news and this producer I work with had published an open letter about exactly how skeevy he's ever been
Spurlock, who made the 2004 Oscar-nominated Super Size Me, detailed an encounter in college that the woman viewed as rape and a sexual harassment settlement he concluded with a former employee.
New York-based filmmaker Morgan Spurlock, best known for his 2004 indie documentary Super Size Me, admitted Wednesday in a long online confessional that he has a history of sexual abuse towards women. (more…)