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Source:  Entertainment Weekly

Days after filmmaker Morgan Spurlock posted his essay “I am part of the problem” on Twitter, his movie, “Super Size Me 2: Holy Chicken!,” has been pulled from the Sundance Film Festival.

The decision to pull the documentary from the festival came after YouTube Red said that it would not distribute “Super Size Me 2,” which it had bought the rights to for $3.5 million after this year’s Toronto International Film Festival.

Read the story at Entertainment Weekly.

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