The latest from Morgan Spurlock’s production company Cinelan takes his usual edutainment approach with a series of short films covering various facets of the economy, all 20 of which will be released in one swoop. A collaborative work with Paul G. Show More Summary
Need a little inspiration on this Tuesday morning? Look no further. Over the weekend we caught up with Morgan Spurlock for the launch of We the Economy, 20 short films you can’t afford to miss. Through all of his accomplishments ranging...Show More Summary
Noted film directors have been pushing to television and other platforms for years, but the trend seems to be widening and even mutating lately.
EXCLUSIVE: Lionsgate and Morgan Spurlock's Warrior Poets banner have sealed separate deals for Fight Church, the feature documentary tracking a group of Mixed Martial Arts-fighting pastors whose violent practices have sparked controversy...Show More Summary
Morgan Spurlock, who rose to fame directing the 2004 documentary Super Size Me, is back with a brand-new project that also pushes some boundaries. His series 7 Deadly Sins explores themes like gluttony, lust, and greed Thursdays at 11 p.m. Show More Summary
7 Deadly Sins, the new show by documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock (Super Size Me), makes its debut tonight on Showtime: unsurprisingly, each episode is devoted to Spurlock's take on a different sin. Tonight's premiere focuses on gluttony, and with...
Warning: Videos are NSFW.In his new docuseries, "7 Deadly Sins," Morgan Spurlock takes a look at the vices that embody these no-nos in modern American culture. The result is racy and tantalizing television.Each of the show's seven episodes will deal with one of the sins: greed, pride, envy, lust, gluttony, wrath and sloth. Show More Summary
Part of documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock's method has long been to insert himself into the story -- it's served him well from his debut feature, "Super Size Me," a decade ago right up to his recent CNN series, "Inside Man." But for his new seven-episode series on Showtime, "7 Deadly Sins,"...
7 Deadly Sins aims to cause discomfort. The exploration of the seven deadly sins is sure to take a dark turn, and Morgan Spurlock (Super Size Me, 30 Days) is determined to find the darkest way to approach each one. A new Showtime miniseries...Show More Summary
Morgan Spurlock discovers Israel's growing hyper religious community and they want him off their land.
Video: Psychologists share results of a study they conducted on adult My Little Pony fans.
“You gotta have some strange to make life worth living,” Morgan Spurlock says. And his darkly comic Showtime docuseries 7 Deadly
SHOWTIME will take an in-depth look at the weird and darkly comic world of sin in the documentary series 7 DEADLY SINS
The three- to five-minute shorts — a team effort of Paul G. Allen and Morgan Spurlock, the director of “Super Size Me” — will explain concepts like markets, money, and debt and credit.
This is worse than when they stopped selling One Erection condoms! LOLz! Even though we thought director Morgan Spurlock himself confirmed that the One Direction: This Is Us flick was getting a sequel, his supposed quotes were apparently COMPLETELY FABRICATED! A rep from Columbia Records is totally denying any plans for a sequel to their [...]
CNN's Morgan Spurlock followed in the footsteps of Christiane Amanpour on Sunday's Inside Man by giving faithful Christians much more harsh treatment than practicing Muslims. Spurlock denounced a pro-traditional marriage sermon by the...Show More Summary
One Direction‘s 3D concert film This Is Us was a big success last year, and now director Morgan Spurlock says they want to capitalize on it with a sequel, which is already filming — and this time he’s aiming for Oscar buzz. Spurlock revealed that a camera crew is following 1D on their current Where We Are... More »
Zap2it: Are you the subject in each episode of "Morgan Spurlock Inside Man"?Morgan Spurlock: In every episode I take you inside what the story is. I take you inside every story, every problem. I am your tour guide and your counselor....Show More Summary
The newspaper business may be going the way of the dodo—not to mention magazines, TV, CDs, DVDs, and every other non-cellphone-based medium. But its lifeblood, The Associated Press, will live on to nourish a new form of content provider: Morgan Spurlock. Show More Summary
That month-long Big Mac binge turned out pretty well for Morgan Spurlock. The unconventional documentary filmmaker, who gained fame for undertaking an all-McDonalds diet for his 2004 film Super Size Me, just inked a deal that granddaddy...Show More Summary