Morgan Spurlock
Less than two years after going public about a decades-old rape allegation, Spurlock is back promoting his latest film.
His latest film was dropped by YouTube Red after Spurlock confessed to being "part of the problem" during the early weeks of #MeToo, but one of its subjects will do anything he can to get it released.
The Spurlock-produced "Who Rules the World?" was put on hold after he was beset by sexual harassment allegations, but now TNT wants to know where production funds went.
In a new piece at Jezebel, seven former Warrior Poets employees sounded off on an environment that they found to be harassing and often inappropriate.
The filmmaker recently revealed that a former lover "believed she had been raped."
Aaron Judge, Joe Buck, and Tim Gunn weigh in on Homer Simpson's legendary moment at the plate.
As always, TIFF's rigorously curated documentary line-up will impact the Oscar race.
"Fed Up" filmmaker Stephanie Soechtig is directing the documentary, which recently launched an Indiegogo campaign for post-production funds.
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