Spike Lee


Nike has been changing the game and keeping us fresh for the past 50 years and to celebrate the half-century mark one of their day one’s, Spike Lee has directed a short film paying homage to the swoosh brand.

Acclaimed director Spike Lee has entered into a new multi-year creative partnership with Netflix. The director and the company announced the news in a statement that was released on Thursday.

Spike Lee is back in the editing room to work on the final episode of his HBO series focusing on New York City after some questions were raised about his inclusion of a group built on conspiracy theories surrounding the attacks on September 11th, 2001.


Spike Lee made an error in the awards ceremony at the renowned Cannes Film Festival this past Saturday, announcing the French film Titane as the Palme d'Or winner at the beginning of the festivities.

The creative will be chronicling the effects of the terrorist attacks that changed our country forever.

America has spoken, Donald Trump was fired, and Spike Lee celebrated the momentous occasion in the most Brooklyn way possible.

When it comes to speaking out about social injustice, Spike Lee is known for not holding his tongue. On Monday (June 1), during an interview with CNN over the current unrest taking place in cities across the country, Spike Lee premiered a short video featuring clips from the intense and crucial scene in his iconic film, Do The Right Thing, Juxtaposed with the real videos of the murders of both Eric Garner and George Floyd at the hands of police.


The Oscar Winning director's latest film centers around four African-American Vietnam veterans - Paul (Delroy Lindo), Otis (Clarke Peters), Eddie (Norm Lewis), and Melvin (Isiah Whitlock, Jr.) - who come together to fulfill a pact made when they were young soldiers serving on the front lines of Nam.

The Chicago producer had smoke for Lil Wayne, French Montana, T.I., and 21 Savage too.

Spike Lee wants to set the record straight, and it’s making New York Knicks owner James Dolan look funny in the light. The renowned director claims he was never told to use the VIP entrance, which is at odds with what the organization told the world.

Following his kerfuffle with New York Knicks security before a  Monday, (Mar.2) night matchup between his beloved Knickerbockers and Houston Rockets, Spike Lee has decided that he will no longer be giving the team any of this time the remainder of this season.