Spike Lee has never been one to not speak his purest thoughts and did so again regarding President Donald Trump. In a recent interview, the veteran filmmaker said that he isn’t claiming the former business mogul as the leader of the nation among other choice terms.
Spike Lee has delivered a one-man-show spoken word documentary on Rodney King to Netflix.
Spike Lee has been letting it be known that he’s not rocking with Agent Orange in the White House. The director showed off his custom, anti-Donald Trump Air Jordans on Instagram.
The fallout from Chrisette Michele’s decision to sing at Donald Trump’s inauguration continues as Spike Lee has decided against using Chrisette Michele’s “Black Girl Magic” cut on his upcoming Netflix series, She’s Gotta Have It.
The movie poster for Spike Lee‘s classic film Do The Right Thing is getting a gallery treatment. The iconic image will hang at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History & Culture.
Netflix stays winning. The streaming service has ordered a series based on She’s Gotta Have It, Spike Lee’s breakthrough 1986 film.
The late, great Prince‘s birthday is June 7, but Spike Lee is hosting a birthday celebration for the Purple One this weekend. It’s going down in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn and will be called “Prince Born Day: Purple People Party.”
After news of the passing of Prince hit the airwaves yesterday (April 21) the outpouring of condolences and praise for the man who transcended his musical generation immediately and appropriately followed.
Spike Lee and Bernie Sanders sat down for a candid interview to talk about Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump and growing up in Brooklyn.
Spike Lee came for Chance The Rapper, again, during a screening of Chi-Raq at Northwestern University last week. The Chicago MC got wind (see what we did there) of Spike calling him a “fraud” and took to Twitter to respond in kind with pointed vitriol.
Spike Lee announced his official endorsement of Democratic Party presidential hopeful, Bernie Sanders earlier Tuesday (Feb. 23). The director was featured in a new radio ad aimed at South Carolina voters just days before the state’s primary elections.
With so many actors slamming the Oscars for it’s diversity deficiency, this year’s show could see in a dip in viewership. To combat the outrage/potential ratings disaster, the Academy of Motion Pictures has a quick fix in mind.