Morgan Spurlock takes a second bite of the fast food world

Morgan Spurlock takes a second bite of the fast food world
FILE - In this Oct. 20, 2015 file photo, Morgan Spurlock attends the 11th Annual New York Television Festival "CNN Presents: An Original Take on the Stories of Now" at the SVA Theatre in New York. Spurlock has gone from being an avid Big Mac consumer in “Super Size Me” to serving his own chicken sandwiches in "Super Size Me 2: Holy Chicken!" _ a sober look at an industry that processes 9 billion animals a year in America. Viewers watch as the filmmaker goes to Alabama to learn about raising chicks and follow the process all the way until he opens his own chicken restaurant in central Ohio, the nation’s test-market capital.(Photo by Ben Hider/Invision/AP, File)

NEW YORK (AP) — Last time out, documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock ate only fast food for a month. This time, he’s the one dishing out the fried stuff.

Spurlock has gone from being an avid Big Mac consumer in “Super Size Me” to serving his own fast-food chicken sandwiches in “Super Size Me 2: Holy Chicken!” — a sober look at an industry that processes 9 billion animals a year in America.

Ironically, Spurlock’s film about fast-food chicken reemerges during a food feud over fried-chicken sandwiches, with the nation obsessed with a Popeyes version.

But viewers of “Super Size Me 2: Holy Chicken!” may skip that menu item once they learn about the cruelty and dishonesty used to make it.