Infamous big personality/camera hog Morgan Spurlock has made a cottage industry out of the documentary film. He first burst onto the scene with his 2004 feature, Super Size Me, which followed the filmmaker as he existed on food from McDonalds for an entire month. And from the success of that film has come a tidal wave of Spurlock-conceived, reality-based stunt documentary, both on television and in the theaters. He’s hunted for Bin Laden, funded a film entirely on corporate sponsorship, and lived through countless other experiments on his TV project, 30 Days. And in his latest film, Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan’s Hope, he’s even experimented with keeping himself out of the movie and documenting a story in a more traditional way. But the one thing Spurlock has yet to do is produce a narrative bit of storytelling that he actually sat down and wrote. Yet. In an interview with /Film, the filmmaker let loose some info that indicates this isn’t going to be the case for very much longer. Earlier in the year Spurlock became attached to write and direct a film project that he described as being “very Erin Brockovich-ish,” and, according to the filmmaker, enough work has been done on the film that they’re ready to schedule shooting.