Director of the documentary Super Size Me died at the age of 53

Director of the documentary Super Size Me died at the age of 53
Director of the documentary Super Size Me died at the age of 53

In 2019, Morgan Spurlock released the sequel Super Size Me 2: Holy Chicken, focused on the consumption of fried chicken.

Filmmaker Morgan Spurlockwhich was nominated for an Oscar for its documentary film Super Size Medied at 53 years old.

His family reported that Spurlock died of complications from cancer, accompanied by all his loved ones in New York.

“It was a sad day as we said goodbye to my brother Morgan. He gave so much through his art, ideas and generosity. The world has lost a true creative genius and a special man. I am very proud to have worked alongside him”said Craig Spurlock.

In addition to Super Size MeSpurlock directed a documentary about the hunt for Osama bin Laden and a One Direction concert. Along with this, he was the host of the CNN series, Morgan Spurlock Inside Man.

Super Size Me It was his debut feature and he premiered it at the Sundance Film Festival in 2004, where he won the award for Best Director, to which was added the award from the Screenwriters Guild of America for Best Documentary Screenplay.

In it he reveals his experience eating McDonald’s menus for 30 days, with the impossibility of rejecting the option to “super enlarge” your order if it was offered by the workers of the fast food chain.

In this way, he ate McDonald’s combos for breakfast, lunch and dinner, gaining more than 11 kilos in the process and showing the effects it had on his body.

In 2019, Morgan Spurlock released the sequel Super Size Me 2: Holy Chickenfocused on the consumption of fried chicken.

 
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