Spike Lee took a break from hosting Prince block parties to host a Michael Jackson block party in Bed-Stuy in honor of what would have been the King Of Pop's 58th birthday on Saturday. It was an all-afternoon party with a constant soundtrack of Jackson's music—except of course for a brief Purple Rain chaser at one point. [ more › ]
With #BlackLivesMatter and a never-ending list of African Americans being killed by police, the film ‘Do The Right Thing’ is even more relevant now than when it was released 27 years ago. The post Under the Influence of … Spike Lee’s Film ‘Do The Right Thing’ appeared first on The Good Men Project.
A-Rod went out with a bang early Saturday morning — long after the thunder.
The prophetic virtues of Spike Lee's 2000 satirical masterwork. Read more...
A look back at one of Spike Lee’s earliest films, which celebrated its 30th anniversary yesterday. Read more...
Welcome to “Second Glance,” a bi-weekly column that spotlights an older film of note (thanks to an anniversary, a connection to a new release, or new disc or streaming availability) that was not as commercially or critically successful as it should’ve been. This week, in commemoration of Spike Lee’s 30 years of filmmaking (his debut […]
In the Spike Lee joint He Got Game, the fictional character Jesus Shuttlesworth, played by Ray Allen, suits up for the famed Lincoln High School in Brooklyn, New York. Now, Lee The post Spike Lee Is Recruiting Ray Allen To Play For The Knicks appeared first on SLAMonline.
The limited-edition collaboration celebrates the 30th anniversary of Lee's feature film debut.
I've always had the feeling that there are some who think black films didn't start until the mid-1980s with the appearance of Spike Lee and his debut "She's Gotta Have It." Some others may think that black movies didn't exist until the advent of the blaxploitation films of the early to mid-1970s, while others may believe it started with the "L.A. Show More Summary
1. Spike Lee The Do The Right Thing producer/director has been part of the Knicks’ sidelines for so long that he’s (...)
In an attempt to raise his approval rating among African-Americans voters, Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump has appointed Celebrity Apprentice alumni Omarosa Manigault to be his campaign’s African American Outreach Director. Show More Summary
Only one day on the job, and reality star Omarosa Manigault is already mired in controversy.
27 years later, Spike Lee's paradigm-smashing film about an explosive New York summer still reverberates. Spike Lee and his cinematographer Ernest Dickerson huddled on a plane. It was 1987, and they were headed to Los Angeles to do postproduction...Show More Summary
In the wake of recent tragedies, Spike Lee's film raises more relevant questions than ever.
There's no such thing as a Steven Spielberg Joint. There's no such thing as a Peter Jackson Joint, or a Kathryn Bigelow Joint, or even an Alfred Hitchcock Joint. There are only Spike Lee Joints, now and forever. It's easy to typify Spike...Show More Summary
Spike Lee, Rihanna, Amy Schumer, and more also react to the Baton Rouge tragedy.
Lil Durk talks about nicknames, tattoos and more in the inaugural episode of Rolling Stone's new series "First and Worst." The rapper played the game during a visit to the RS offices earlier this year. When looking back on his nicknames, Durk notes that the first one he ever had was...
Who is America’s most successful political filmmaker? While most would argue divisive names like Spike Lee or Michael Moore, I’m going to nominate Gary Ross. You know his films: “Big,” “Dave,” “Pleasantville,” “Seabiscuit,” “The Hunger Games” and now “Free State of Jones,” which opened last Friday. Show More Summary
Because everyone's mad at Justin Timberlake, check out today's mid-day links: Robot Snowden, early puberty problems, Bernie or Bust supporters, John Oliver on Britain post-Brexit, Spike Lee embraces his inner Willy Wonka, and puppy makes friends with huge dog. Show More Summary
Good news for Knicks fans -- Spike Lee seems pretty optimistic about signing Joakim Noah. Bad news for Knicks fans -- He's not too confident about Kevin Durant. The Knicks mega-fan was at LAX when he told us Noah is "doable" -- meaning…