It was a baffling gambit from President Donald Trump to accuse Spike Lee of being 'racist' in his speech at the Oscars on Sunday night.
The director tried to storm out of the Dolby Theatre when the controversial film picked up the top prize on Sunday night.
Spike Lee was visibly angry after learning that Green Book had won Best Picture at this year’s Oscars, saying “the ref made a bad call”. The director, whose film BlacKkKlansman was nominated in the same category, waved his hands in disgust and seemingly tried to walk out of the Dolby Theatre. According to Associated Press, Lee made his way to the building’s exit while the film’s producers were delivering their acceptance speeches, but was stopped by staff members.
Spike Lee has tapped Chadwick Boseman to join the ensemble of his next film, "Da 5 Bloods." Netflix is in talks to distribute the movie, with Delroy Lindo and Jean Reno also in negotiations to star. Lee will also write the film with Kevin Willmott, based on an original screenplay by Danny Bilson & Paul DeMeo, […]
The film director discusses his colourful political satire, speaking out in the film industry and confirms his involvement in del Toro's Netflix anthology series.
The little known New Zealand newspaper the Gisbourne Herald went viral yesterday, after it confirmed the death of director Spike Lee.