"Where in the World is Osama bin Laden?" - latest doc film by Morgan Spurlock
So Morgan Spurlock, the guy who put himself on the month-long McDonald's diet for the movie documentary "Super-Size Me", is coming out with his newest film, "Where in the World is Osama bin Laden?" at the Sundance Film Festival starting January 17, where Morgan goes to the Middle East in search of the most wanted man in the world.
The Weinstein Company bought the rights to the documentary for $25million after seeing just 15 minutes of it, and the film's Director of Photography commented on how they "definitely got the holy grail", adding fuel to the speculation that Spurlock may have done what the US government has failed to do for the last 6.5 years: find Osama bin Laden, and actually get a sit-down, filmed interview with him.
Everyone who's seen the film at this point has been forced to sign non-disclosure agreements, so no one's talking, but it'll be interesting to see, that's for sure.
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