Spike Lee doesn’t have much to say about Quentin Tarantino’s new film about a slave-turned-gunslinger. When it comes to “Django Unchained” he simply won’t watch…

Spike Lee had fun during this interview, but he also showed his serious side when he spoke about education and stated, “There is nothing cute about being ignorant.”…

Director Spike Lee has never been one to hold his tongue when it comes to matters of politics and race, and when he weighed in…


The film also stars Jules Brown, Toni Lysaith, Nate Parker, James Ransone, Keke Palmer, James Ransone and Thomas Jefferson Byrd.

via:eurweb It’s been a very busy news day and to cap it off comes word, via The Hollywood Reporter, that Eddie Murphy is set to play former Washington, DC mayor Marion Barry. HBO Films is developing the as yet untitled television biopic. Read More Also In Entertainment News: Kris Humphries Talks On Divorce And New […]

The green light has been given for this HBO Series to start and 'Enorague' creator Doug Ellin is in to help!

  via:eurweb Lee has lately focused on documentary work with two films about post-Katrina New Orleans for HBO. But he had designs on biopics about Jackie Robinson – the Brooklyn Dodgers slugger who broke baseball’s color line – and soul icon James Brown. And he was in discussions a while back for a sequel to […]

via:eurweb While appearing on “The Mo’Nique Show” last week, Tyler Perry was invited by the host to return for a sit down with his biggest critic, Spike Lee. The star and director of “Madea’s Big Happy Family” was discussing the verbal attacks that have been going back and forth between the two African American filmmakers […]

  via:eurweb MSNBC today launches the second phase of its brand campaign under the slogan “Lean Forward” with commercial spots directed by Spike Lee. Several of the ads star the network’s primetime hosts – Chris Matthews, Lawrence O’Donnell, Rachel Maddow and Ed Schultz, but the campaign also includes general ads. To See The Promos, Click […]


Actor Idris Elba is guaranteed to raise a few eyebrows with a certain comment he made recently at the Lens Project’s “Artist Spotlight” series where he was a featured speaker.