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. “I am part of the problem,” he wrote in a post published on Twitter on Wednesday. A day later, Warrior Poets announced that Spurlock was stepping down from his position at the New York-based production company.
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Every single day, the good men and women of The Associated Press probably find and write more original stories than Hollywood writes in a year. Leave it to Morgan Spurlock to take advantage of that collection of stories.
Spurlock and his Warrior Poets banner have just signed an exclusive deal granting them “unlimited access to the extensive resources of AP and its broadcast, digital and mobile assets.” It allows the company to make any kind of scripted or unscripted project in film, television or digital based on the “AP’s vast library of award-winning, global content.” Below, read more about the Morgan Spurlock Associated Press deal. Read More »