Morgan Spurlock

The filmmaker admitted to a history of sexual misconduct last week.
"I believed she was feeling better," the director wrote in a letter posted to Twitter. "She believed she was raped."
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The company has created a new documentary for use in middle and high schools which promotes the McDonald's brand so aggressively, it can hardly be called "stealth" marketing. Instead, it's a veritable infomercial for the beleaguered fast food chain.
Here's my deepest concern about the Global Family Reunion: Has the marketing of it been so successful that we're in danger of changing the definition of genealogy? The interest in famous cousins has always been there, but has its prominence in the GFR's PR campaign been such that many will think that's the whole point?
A high school science teacher from Iowa is now the brand ambassador for one of the biggest fast food chains in America.
Lemon and Meccanoid high-fived and shared some light banter, but things really started to heat up when Spurlock asked his
The AOL version is currently being shot in New York. The show will premiere on AOL in January 2015. It is AOL's first acquisition
Surprisingly, Morgan Spurlock hasn't completely given up fast food.
The health aspect comes first for Colbin. It always did. The full name of her Manhattan academy, launched in 1977 is Natural
"Super Size Me" director Morgan Spurlock joins HuffPost Live and claims that for him, there's nothing better than a Shake Shack burger.
"You could lose weight any way you want as long as you eat less and you're conscious," said Young. "I think in this case
We are in the midst of a bumper crop of bio-docs: documentaries focused on single figures who have wound up on the wrong side of history and who seemingly want the chance to get their side of the story on the record.
"Super Size Me" documentary director Morgan Spurlock talks about covering the relationships in the band while making "One Direction: This Is Us".
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