The Alex Gibney feature is the most-watched since Spike Lee's two-part report about Hurricane Katrina in 2006. read more
Just a couple of years ago, Hollywood’s long-delayed James Brown biopic appeared to have made a turn for the “super bad”: Spike Lee was ousted from the film, only to be replaced by Tate Taylor. Taylor, director of the troublesomely...Show More Summary
Nate Ruess has some serious pipes! At the 2015 iHeartRadio Music Awards, the white suit clad Nate performed a passionate rendition of Nothing Without Love. [ Watch: Eminem Teams Up With Nate & Spike Lee To Share Painful Family Memories s In New Music Video Headlights! ] It was obvious Ruess put his entire heart into the [...]
Last month’s event at City Winery’s NYC location on Varick Street was SRO. So too is this weekend’s repeat in northern California, when a second group of patrons will get the chance to pair half a dozen wines with half a dozen SpikeShow More Summary
Every day, Watch This offers staff recommendations inspired by a new movie coming out that week. This week: With March Madness in full swing, and a Criterion Blu-ray upgrade of Hoop Dreams dropping in a week, we highlight some of the best movies about basketball. Show More Summary
RBTV's Mike D. had a chance to chat with actor Mekhi Phifer about his role as Max in the Divergent film series. He also shares the story behind becoming an actor in Spike Lee's Clockers and the difference between working on studio vs. independent film in this exclusive clip. Insurgent is in theaters now.
Make your list now! Culturalist.com is the place to shape, share and debate your opinions on anything and everything through Top 10 lists. Want to join the conversation? You can make your own list of the Top 10 Best Spike Lee MoviesShow More Summary
Fact: No one can get enough of Fox's blinged-out hip-hop drama Empire, the biggest new hit on network television that's been crushing the competition in the ratings. The series has done the unthinkable by growing its audience in every...Show More Summary
Wendell Pierce, star of 'Selma,' TV's 'The Wire' and documentaries including 'The Big Uneasy' and Spike Lee's 'If God Willing and da Creek Don't Rise,' talked to us about his favorite nonfiction films, one of which was highly influential...Show More Summary
"Play It Forward," a documentary about the sure-handed former NFL tight end Tony Gonzalez and his close relationship with his older brother, Chris, whose own football dreams were never realized, is set to debut at the Tribeca Film Festival next month.
Film director Spike Lee made a trip to Oracle Arena to watch an NBA game not involving his beloved New York Knicks, and he seemed to be happy just watching some legitimate contenders play basketball. On Friday night before the game between the Dallas Mavericks and Golden State Warriors, Lee ran into Dubs head coach Steve Kerr. Show More Summary
Elvis Nolasco stars in the new ABC series American Crime written by John Ridley (12 Years a Slave). You'll recognize Elvis from his numerous roles in five Spike Lee films including the recently released Da Sweet Blood of Jesus. Elvis' Twitter: @EONolasco. Show More Summary
You subscribe to PharrellVEVO and iAMOTHER on YouTube. You’ve watched Pharrell Williams’ “Happy” a bazillion times. You don’t think you could get any closer to him as a fan. Challenge accepted. Tonight Pharrell Williams isShow More Summary
Well, when this African-American reporter hears a word like “jigaboo,” one is immediately transported to Spike Lee’s scene in School Days, wherein the lighter-skinned black girls and darker-skinned black girls have their “Good and Bad...Show More Summary
Popcrunch got a chance to spend some time out in the NYC for All-Star weekend and hang out with Christina Milian, Karrueche Tran and Liz Milian at the Spike Lee NBA All-Star game on Valentine’s Day. Take a look at some of the pics. The post Spike Lee NBA All-Star Weekend Party appeared first on PopCrunch.
Oscar winner Dustin Hoffman and Oscar-nominated filmmaker Spike Lee are the latest celebrities to be added to the star-studded lineup of the TCM Classic Film Festival in Hollywood March 26-29.
While there are still too few African-American voices being recognized in Hollywood, recent films like Ava DuVernay’s Selma and Spike Lee’s Da Sweet Blood of Jesus speak to a vital tradition of black independent filmmakers. Even controversial...Show More Summary
1. "We're in Disarray: An Interview with Spike Lee": Sam Fragoso interviews the iconic filmmaker for The Atlantic. “Fragoso: ‘In the past you've discussed the ‘feast-to-famine’ trend when it comes to African-American artists in Hollywood. Show More Summary
"Da Sweet Blood of Jesus" is Spike Lee's first crowdfunded feature and his second remake in a row, following "Oldboy" (a film I liked better than most critics), but as you might expect, given the defiantly idiosyncratic nature of this...Show More Summary