UCLA's Billy Wilder Theater will screen Spike Lee's Girl 6 as part of the collaborative series Working Girls: America's Career Women on Screen. The first Spike Lee joint written by someone other than Lee — playwright Suzan-Lori Parks — the film concerns a struggling actress (Theresa Randle) who becomes a phone sex worker to help make ends meet.
Spike Lee gives 100% affirmation of "Wakanda" without any fear of being challenged to define the DEEPER PROBLEMS associated with the film "Black Panther". NO not the "They Misappropriated Gill Scott Heron's work of art 'The Revolution Will Not Be Televised [Marvel paid the Heron estate an agreeable amount of licensing fees]'. Show More Summary
Spotted… Spike Lee Hosts School Daze Screening Spike Lee celebrated the 30th anniversary of one of his iconic films in Atlanta. Earlier this week the film director held a special screening of “School Daze” at Atlanta’s Fox Theater. HBCU grads
Topher Grace, next to appear on the silver screen opposite James Franco in William Faulkner adaptation “Mississippi Requiem,” as well as in the Spike Lee bio-thriller “Black Klansman,” has recently made substantial real estate moves on both the East and West coasts. In May 2004, the former “That ’70s Show” star paid $2.2 million for […]
I’ve never met filmmaker Spike Lee, and somehow I doubt the two of us would be friends if we did meet. Yet I’ve admired his work since seeing “She’s Gotta Have It” almost 30 years ago. More specifically, I’ve always admired the way Lee...Show More Summary
Frank Micelotta/Getty On February 12, 1988, Spike Lee released his second feature film. The acclaimed director from Brooklyn had became one of the most buzzed-about new filmmakers of the ‘80s after his 1986 debut She’s Gotta Have It, and he was following that indie hit with an ambitious musical depicting life on a historically black college campus. Show More Summary
Quentin Tarantino has been uncharacteristically quiet of late. The filmmaker has always been chatty and avuncular compared with the warily self-protective Chris Nolan or the fiercely on-message Spike Lee. In the past, Tarantino was eager...Show More Summary
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"It makes good business sense for your product and your workforce to reflect what this country looks like," says Spike Lee of Hollywood's need for change both in front of and behind the camera. "But there are people still today thatShow More Summary
The actor, who played John Laurens and Philip Hamilton with the original cast, is now one of the stars of Spike Lee's revamped She's Gotta Have It, now a series on Netflix. Ramos - who's doing pretty well at the moment - says, "It can take people years to get another great job. This entertainment […]
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Netflix has renewed the Spike Lee remake She's Gotta Have It for a second season, following the first season that released on Thanksgiving 2017. Lee and Tonya Lewis Lee, his wife, who helped write and work on the series, posted a video on their Instagram announcing the news themselves on New Year's Day.
Everyone seems to be enjoying Bright on Netflix, but the streaming service can’t survive on just bad fantasy cop movies. To that end, Deadline is reporting that Netflix has renewed Spike Lee’s She’s Gotta Have It for a second season. Lee actually announced the news himself with an Instagram video, sounding genuinely… Read more...
The Netflix series stars DeWanda Wise as Nola Darling, a Brooklyn native who juggles having three lovers played by Cleo Anthony, Lyriq Bent and Anthony Ramos. Continue reading…
She’s Gotta Have It Will Be Coming Back With Another Season Netflix’s series She’s Gotta Have It will be back coming back to the streaming platform some time in the near future for a second season. The creator of the
It would go against the entire ethos of the series if She’s Gotta Have It didn’t get more than one. Fortunately, the TV adaptation of the 1986 Spike Lee film will at least be joined by a second. The director and his series star DeWanda Wise both took to Instagram ... More »
Spike Lee announced the news via Instagram.
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Spike Lee and star DeWanda Wise shared the news on their Instagram accounts on Monday. read more
She’s Gotta Have It is about to get some more. The show’s creator Spike Lee and DeWanda Wise, who plays Nola Darling in the TV adaptation of Lee’s 1986 indie film, made the announcement that the series has been renewed for a second season. Lee...Show More Summary