Eat Fresh is currently in production
Academy Award nominated documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock announced early Wednesday that he has started production on his newest project, Eat Fresh.
In Eat Fresh, Spurlock plans to immerse himself in the life of an average American who eats at Subway a reasonable amount.
“Supersize Me was great when it came out,” said Spurlock, “but the fact of the matter is that most Americans don’t eat at McDonalds every day, for every meal, for a month straight. With Eat Fresh I am taking a much more realistic approach to the American fast food industry. What this entails is having a camera crew follow me around for the rest of my life, but that is a sacrifice I’m willing to make for the film. I will eat at Subway at least once every two weeks, maybe more if it’s convenient.”
Wow. Is there anything Morgan Spurlock isn’t willing to do? He is unmatched in his ability to give his all for the sake of making a documentary. A brief review of some of Spurlock’s previous films will prove just that:
In his 2008 release Where In The World Is Osama Bin Laden? (He’s Right Here), Spurlock went undercover as an attractive Middle Eastern woman and took Osama Bin Laden on a date. Then again in 2013, he disguised himself as Harry Styles to get inside access for his film One Direction: This Is Us, And I Am Harry.
You are a hero Morgan Spurlock. Thank you for your service.