Released today, the clip gives more of a visual peek into the two’s rocky relationship, complementing the story that had already been told in the song itself.
Early last month, Eminem let it be known via Instagram that none other than Spike Lee would be handling directing duties for his next music video, “Headlights.” Lee flew out to the rapper’s hometown of Detroit to captured authentic images for the clip.
Spike Lee even left his beloved city of New York to head over to Em’s hometown of Detroit.
Spike Lee set the scene for Public Enemy’s induction into the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame.”I was writing a movie. I had a character, Radio Raheem. He was playing a boombox, he was always playing the same […]
Quentin Tarantino’s controversial movie, Django Unchained, has drawn strong reactions for mashing up a spaghetti western with a slave narrative. Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, has upped the ante with a take on the […]
With the 25-year anniversary of “Bad” right around the corner, famed director Spike Lee will pay tribute to Michael Jackson’s 1987 album with a new documentary.
The shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, an unarmed black teen from Sanford shot to death by neighborhood watch captain George Zimmerman (who was not arrested for the shooting under Florida’s ‘Stand Your Ground’ law) […]
On Sunday at the Sundance Film Festival, Spike Lee’s “Red Hook Summer” had its first public screening. Reviews are conflicting. The Hollywood Reporter said the film was “not the invigorating creative shot in the arm […]
Spike Lee has been talking reckless about Tyler Perry and his projects, and that has actor Clifton Powell coming to Tyler’s defense. Tyler has taken the high road on this and has asked to speak […]
One of the most moving movies of african american culture and history has been selected to be preserved by the National Film Registry. “Malcolm X” directed by Spike Lee joins the group of other great […]