Geek God and savior Joss Whedon and “Super Size Me” director Morgan Spurlock are teaming up to produce a documentary about the lives of yet-to-be-announced superfans attending this year’s San Diego Comic-Con.

According to E! Online, “They want to follow people for about three months leading up to this year’s Comic-Con.

And then they want to film them there. They’re looking at all types of people.”

This project sounds a bit similar to Spurlock’s last project which also took place at SDCC, when he interviewed Simpsons superfans for a documentary celebrating the show’s 20th anniversary.

While Whedon and Spurlock have not made any comments regarding this story, it’s said that they are currently auditioning possible superfans to be filmed

Source: eonline