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Spike Lee Reacts to the Entire Academy Awards
From the win to the frowns.
See Spike Lee Jump Into Samuel L. Jackson’s Arms After Finally Winning an Oscar
It is about damn time.
How Every Best Picture Nominee Can Go Home With a Trophy
For the first time since 2015, none of the Best Picture nominees could walk away from the Dolby Theatre empty-handed.
What the 1948 Best Picture Race Has in Common With This Year’s Competition
This year’s Best Picture race isn’t the first time films with conflicting takes on a controversial issue were pitted against each other.
the toughest scene i wrote
Crafted Its Explosive Climax
Co-writer Kevin Willmott walks Vulture through the movie’s closing confrontation between Ron Stallworth, a bomb, and a car full of Klansmen.
Oscar Nominations: The Academy Is a House Divided
Finally, the Oscars look like America: in total disagreement with itself.
Spike Lee Defends
Depiction of Police After Boots Riley Critique
“Look at my films: They’ve been very critical of the police, but on the other hand I’m never going to say all police are corrupt.”
Boots Riley Takes Issue With the ‘Made-Up’ Story of Spike Lee’s
Sorry to Bother You
director says the film’s deviations from the real story all seem designed to depict the police as champions against racism.
Every Spike Lee Film, Ranked
With the release of
, we revisit each of the director’s major works.
Laura Harrier on Her ‘Nerve-racking’ Performance In
The star of Spike Lee’s latest on how Spike sought her out for her role, filming with Harry Belafonte, and what she’d love to do next.
Spike Lee Is the One Who Told Barack Obama About Charlottesville
“I could see on his face — that shock.”
Is Required Viewing for Jews
There’s a lot packed into Adam Driver’s character’s soul-searching.
Spike Lee on
and Not Taking the Bait on Kanye
“This motherf*cker goes off!”
Is an Entertaining and Effective Piece of Melodrama
The filmmaker doesn’t do subtlety.
Playing Tourist With
’s John David Washington
Spike Lee’s new star is becoming face-on-the-movie-poster famous.
Allison P. Davis
Topher Grace Does Self-Care by Undoing Film Franchises
Some of us do charcoal masks, others recut
trilogy into one simple two-hour movie.
Anne Victoria Clark
Watch Topher Grace’s Racist Ode to White America in This
Grace plays Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke in this exclusive from Spike Lee’s new movie.
‘That Motherfucker’: Read Spike Lee’s Passionate Anti-Trump Monologue at Cannes
At the press conference for his film
, Lee was left shaken after this five-minute speech.
To Join the KKK for Spike Lee, Topher Grace Did the Worst Research of His Life
“I was so shocked!”
Is Stylish, Hilarious, and Utterly Uncompromising
From its bombastic title on down, Spike Lee is in stylistic conversation with the blaxploitation genre.
Jason Blum on
: ‘They Are Awful But They Are Stupid!’
This movie sounds like a hoot.
Cannes 2018 Lineup:
, Spike Lee, and New Godard
Solo: A Star Wars Story
will screen out of competition.