This secret didn’t last very long. NBA Hall of Famer Michael Jordan married his longtime girlfriend, model Yvette Prieto, in Florida this past Saturday (April 27). The event was star-studded, with plenty of NBA legends and celebrities on hand to help Jordan celebrate.
Spread love is the Brooklyn way, and Skyzoo employs that mantra on “Spike Lee Was My Hero,” a track commemorating the infamous director’s legacy. Fellow videographer Alex Ghassan manned the camera to create a complimentary set of visuals, featuring scenes, posters, and more from a gamut of the Do the Right Thing director’s filmography.
The fight between Spike Lee, and just about everybody else who supports Django Unchained, doesn’t appear to be fading, and now Jamie Foxx has entered the fray. Foxx, was overseas promoting the film’s release, and when asked of Lee’s comments on the film’s storyline, he concluded that the Brooklyn native is pretty much always on the attack.
Even if you’re not a Los Angeles Clippers fan, it’s hard not to give credit to the team boasting the best record in the NBA. The year has been exceptional for Chris Paul whose trade to the Lakers was blocked by NBA commissioner David Stern, sending him the the L.A. team that has struggled in […]
The NBA is getting its money’s worth when it comes to Spike Lee’s directing talents. The famed New York Knicks fans was behind the lens for another commercial in the NBA’s BIG campaign, this time starring Chris Paul along with Steve Nash and Earvin “Magic” Johnson.
Controversy and slavery make for box office gold. Less than a month after its release, Django Unchained has reached the $100 million mark. The milestone keeps Django on pace to become director Quentin Tarantino’s most successful film, surpassing 2009’s Inglorious Bastards.
Spike Lee has no problem slamming other directors (i.e. Tyler Perry) if he thinks their work is crap, and his latest target is Quentin Tarantino. Lee told Vibe magazine, that he has no plans to watch Tarantino’s film, Django Unchained, about a slave-turned-bounty-hunter, “I can’t speak on it ’cause I’m not gonna’ see it,” he said.
Spike Lee talking about basketball and the New York Knicks will always be entertaining. For the latest spot in the NBA’s BIG campaign, the renowned director stars and directs a commercial called “The King Of New York” that praises NBA great Bernard King.
Lakers fans are going through life changes right now, but their loyalty remains inspiring. However one notable Laker may have either shown a noble example of sportsmanship, or an obvious sign of betrayal.
Yesterday, Jordan Brand unveiled the Air Jordan XX8 (28), which is being touted as the most technically advanced Air Jordan yet. In an event space in NYC’s far West side, on hand were Spike Lee, Carmelo Anthony, Russell Westbrook and storied designer Tinker Hatfield to debut Michael Jordan’s latest signature shoe.
You may have seen this video just before coverage of last night’s Brooklyn Nets vs. New York Knicks game on TNT began. Spike Lee, a certified Knicks super-fan verbally battles it out with his Nets doppelgänger over whose team is the best.
Spike Lee’s documentary on the creation of Michael Jackson’s Bad album will air on Thanksgiving Day. Titled Michael Jackson: BAD25, the film will take an in depth look at the creation of the late King of Pop’s seventh studio album, 25 years after its release. From the looks of the trailer below, this doc is […]