Actor and native New Yorker Michael Rapaport joined HuffPost Live on Thursday to talk about his new documentary "When The Garden Was Eden," which chronicles the glory days of the New York Knicks and their arena Madison Square Garden. Host...Show More Summary
Poor hipsters, you get picked on by the interwebs for your “unique” fashion sense, famous folks like Spike Lee don’t want you moving into their neighborhoods, and now people aren’t even sure how to talk to you without cue cards. Guess...Show More Summary
A familiar actor who has appeared in nearly a hundred movies over the past thirty years, working with everyone from the Coen Brothers and Spike Lee to Michael Bay, John Turturro hasn't been seen on screen as much in recent years as he's...Show More Summary
This year marks the 20th anniversary of Spike Lee’s semi-autobiographical film, Crooklyn, which came on the eve of his expensive and controversial Malcolm X. We take a look at what’s happened to the cast since then. Starring Zelda Harris,
Gearing up for his new single “Headlights,” Eminem headed to his hometown of Detroit, Michigan to film another hard-hitting music video. The “Slim Shady” rapper brought legendary director Spike Lee along for the ride and of course they...Show More Summary
New from PopCrunch: Eminem has revealed that longtime lensmen Spike Lee will step behind the camera and assume director duties for his upcoming video, “Headlights.” The collaboration is a surprising one. Spike, after all, is best known for revolutionizing Black cinema with classics like School Daze, Mo Better Blues and Do the Right Thing. Show More Summary
“Detroit’s Finest EMINEM And Me Working Together On His Short a Film.Historic."
Eminem‘s next music video will be directed by Spike Lee. After the two teased snapshots from Detroit, of an 8 Mile road sign and themselves (above), the high-profile Lee confirmed that they will be working together. “Historic. Who Woulda Thunk It,” he said on Instagram. The two are working together on a “short film” for... More »
Spike Lee is directing Eminem’s new video for “Headlights” off of his The Marshall Mathers LP 2 album. Eminem broke the news by posting a pic of himself and Lee on Instagram. “Spike came out to The D for the
While pondering Steven Soderbergh’s recent experience as a would-be boutique-liquor magnate, our mind reflected on the minor booze interludes of major filmmakers. We drifted into a vision of Buñuel mixing a martini, and we dwelled on...Show More Summary
With the help of Diplo and Spike Lee.
When did passive-aggressive note writing get so popular?
USMNT’s away jersey for World Cup 2014 is now available, and Nike have featured several celebrities in photoshoots to promote the launch of the shirt that will be worn by the USA team during 2014. The new away jersey has … Continue reading ? Photos of USMNT World Cup Away Jersey Modeled By Spike Lee, Andrew Luck, Eric Koston and Other Stars is a post from World Soccer Talk.
1. "Spike Lee's Open Letter to New York Times": Over at WhoSay the always provocative Spike Lee pens an open letter to A.O. Scott. Related: "Whose Brooklyn Is It, Anyway?" by Mr. Scott at the NYT. "Dear Mr. A.O. Scott, I have chose the platform of my Social Media to respond to you. Show More Summary
On Sunday, New York Times film critic A.O. Scott wrote a column on Brooklyn and its on-screen portrayal in recent years, from Girls to Saturday Night Fever. With a title like "Whose Brooklyn Is It, Anyway?" it was bound to irk at least a few people, but Scott made sure to piss off the one Brooklynite you don't want to piss off: Spike Lee. Read more...
When Spike Lee went off about the evils of “motherfcking hipsters” in Brooklyn last month, I was all set to point out what a jerk he was, until I read what he’d actually said, and found it to be pretty reasonable, inflammatory language notwithstanding. His basic point was “don’t be an asshole,” which seems like a reasonable goal for everyone, gentrifiers or not.
Spike Lee's war with the New York Times over gentrification isn't going away any time soon: after the paper's head film critic AO Scott took on the subject through a cinematic lens, Lee fired off an epic riposte through social media. Scott's...Show More Summary
Last month, Spike Lee unleashed a rant on "motherfckin' hipsters" gentrifying Brooklyn, which prompted some criticism as well as many Deep Thoughts About Gentrification (which we've already covered). Over the weekend, NY Times film critic A.O. Show More Summary
A few days after Michael Jackson died in June 2009, I found myself up at the Apollo Theatre covering a wake of sorts, led by Reverend Al Sharpton and Spike Lee. I had never seen an entire neighborhood out in the streets, mourning their icon no less. Show More Summary
It’s been a whole month since Spike Lee spoke out about gentrification in Brooklyn, but never fear, he’s back on his soapbox about his favorite topic — specifically, he’s taken issue with A.O. Scott’s … Read More