Catholic League blowhard Bill Donohue is very angry about this documentary. CNN executives are very excited that one of their own, Morgan Spurlock, is the man behind “I Am Santa Claus.” To prove how happy they are, they are flagging a supremely positive article about the flick by one of their online columnists, John D. Show More Summary
Or was it something else?(I'm partial to: "An article last Sunday about the documentary maker Morgan Spurlock, who has a new film out on the boy band One Direction, misstated the subject of his 2012 movie 'Mansome.' It is about male grooming, not Charles Manson. Show More Summary
For his first feature film since One Direction: This Is Us, Morgan Spurlock has chosen a group of subjects with considerably more body hair: New York City’s rat population. Spurlock has partnered with the production company behind Blackfish...Show More Summary
Dakota Group, Ltd. & Submarine are partnering with Morgan Spurlock and his doc label Warrior Poets to produce the feature length doc Rats NYC, based on The New York Times best-selling book by author Robert Sullivan Rats: Observations on the History & Habitat of the City's Most Unwanted Inhabitants. Show More Summary
Walt Disney Studios and Morgan Spurlock are teaming up to develop a film about a guy who stuck a flag in a remote part of Africa and declared himself king. Calledd Princess Of North Sudan, the film will likely put a more positive spin...Show More Summary
It's based on the true story of a man who tried to claim a piece of Africa so his spoiled daughter could be a real princess.
EXCLUSIVE: Walt Disney Studios and Morgan Spurlock's Warrior Poets production company are developing Princess Of North Sudan, the tentative title for a film that amounts to a fairy tale based on a true story, about one father's quest...Show More Summary
1. Do horses prefer wearing clothes, and how do we know? 2. The lists of Susan Sontag. 3. Monitoring bank phone calls. 4. Rick Searle reviews Average is Over. 5. We the economy, curated by Morgan Spurlock. And why partyism is wrong. 6. MIE: selling places in clinical trials? And ManServants, those new service sector […]
Learning how our government regulates the economy is an intimidating task. Luckily, Patton Oswalt is here to help us out. In this episode of "We The Economy," a new program created by Morgan Spurlock of "Super Size Me" fame, Patton Oswalt plays Jerry, owner of "Jerry's Lemonade," a small lemonade outfit in a small neighborhood. Show More Summary
Only 39% of American adults have a budget and keep close track of their spending, according to the 2014 Financial Literacy Survey conducted by the National Foundation for Credit Counseling. Not to mention that 32% of households don't save for retirement, and 60% haven't looked at their credit score in the last year. Show More Summary
James Schamus, Adam McKay, Catherine Hardwicke and Adrian Grenier are just some of the directors behind the shorts read more
Gimmick-based documentarian Morgan Spurlock has finally stumbled onto the ultimate trick to get people to pay attention to him, and, to a lesser extent, his movies: Giving them away. To that end, professional supersizer Spurlock is making his latest project, the short film series We The Economy, free to the public. Show More Summary
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,"...