Spike Lee News Archive
Of all the '90s movies in all the retro theaters, you had to come in here and remake this one??
A remake of the 1999 teen rom com She's All That is reportedly in development!
The original has some stuff going for it — fantasy proms filled with choreographed dances, that Sixpence None The Richer song, vintage Paul Walker…
But it just feels so dated.
The remake is being
The lyrics and video tell a story about Debbie Mathers, the mother of Eminem, or Marshall Mathers.
Em and his momma have been estranged for about 13 years now but Debbie has had enough. She wants her son back.
His momma released a statement that said:
EXCLUSIVE! Kelly Rowland Talks Reaching Her 'Potential' With New Song The Game! Plus, Behind-The-Scenes Footage From The Video!
We love this child of destiny!!
Just a few hours before Kelly Rowland sneakily announced her pregnancy via Instagram, we chatted about a new Pepsi collaboration titled Beats Of The Beautiful Game and her song for the project, The Game!
Eminem Teams Up With Nate Ruess & Spike Lee To Share Painful Family Memories & Photos In New Music Video For Headlights! Watch HERE!
This Mother’s Day, Eminem is releasing his music video for the song Headlights, all about his rough relationship with his own mom, Debbie Mathers!
The track features Fun. frontman Nate Ruess, singing the painful chorus about E’s upbringing as pictures of his childhood flash through the video!
Spike Lee directed the vid, that ends with Em realizing that despite their tough times in his youth, he owes his mama A LOT!
He writes her a letter, thanking her for being his mom AND his dad!
The song that starts as an angry rant against his one and only parent ends on the sweet side, as a tribute to his mother.
Way to be vulnerable, Em!
We LOVE the message!
Press PLAY above to watch the video for Headlights!
Attention hipsters who have flocked to Brooklyn like fruit flies to week-old pineapple:
Spike Lee is NOT a fan.
During a speaking engagement at Brooklyn's Pratt Institute last Tuesday, the proud New Yorker and legendary director was asked about how he feels gentrification has affected his old neighborhood.
Well, he was very nearly asked it, anyway. Before the question could even be uttered in its entirety, Spike had broken into a seven minute rant on gentrification, Brooklyn, race relations, and, yes, hipsters.
At one point the Crooklyn director blamed hipsters for driving up housing prices in certain neighborhoods, implying that it was essentially impossible for more legitimate residents to even live in these suddenly expensive places anymore.
This is just further proof that the WHOLE world is Lupita Nyong'o's red carpet!!
And, we love that purple ensemb on her! Fresh from her interview! She just proves that she's not afraid to re-use the same outfit, AND why not? She looks INCREDS!
Lupita wasn't alone either, as she sat with some of her fellow celebs such as John Leguizamo and Edie Falco! She even got to snap a pic with Spike Lee, because that's pretty much a MUST if you're a celeb attending a Knicks game!
Oh, and did we mention she had an AH-mazing view as she sat courtside? Seriously, she posted a video of the action to Instgram and you can practically smell the players' sweat through the screen!
Ok, that's kind of gross. But you get the point!
Ch-ch-check out her video of the action …AFTER THE JUMP!!!