Posts Tagged: Spike Lee

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Vanessa Simmons Scores First Leading Role In Film

(AllHipHop News) Reverend Joseph “Run” Simmons’ children have grown to become fashion designers, hip-hop artists and now movie stars, as Vanessa Simmons has landed a starring role in a new romantic comedy. Published author and accomplished filmmaker Dominga Martin chose Simmons as the leading lady in her new film My First Loves. In an interview… Read more »

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Mike Tyson Sues Live Nation-owned Company for Embezzlement

(AllHipHop News) The once Heavyweight titan Mike Tyson has a history of being the victim of financial exploitation (read: Don King). But those days are over as Mike Tyson has filed a suit against Live Nation-owned financial services firm, SFX Financial Advisory Management Enterprises for embezzlement. [ALSO READ: Mike Tyson Warns 50 Cent About Boxing World] According to… Read more »

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VIDEO: "Red Hook Summer's" Spike Lee Offers A Co-Sign for President Obama, Recalled Him Like "Black Jesus" in 2008

In an odd election season, where most voters seem to be heavily observant before speaking out in favor of a particularly candidate, the Hollywood set is finally getting involved. And, while some may say it definitely helps promote his new film, Red Hook Summer, Spike Lee has offered an impassioned endorsement for President Barack Obama’s… Read more »

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Spike Lee To Premiere Michael Jackson Documentary “Bad 25” At Venice Film Festival In August

(AllHipHop News) Spike Lee will be premiering his Michael Jackson documentary, Bad 25, this August at the 2012 Venice Film Festival in Venice, Italy which begins on August 29. “I’m more than just a huge fan of Michael Jackson,” Lee said in a press statement. “Having the chance to actually know him and work with him,… Read more »

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Movie Review: “Pariah” (Written and Directed by Dee Rees)

It is tempting to call Pariah this year’s Precious, since both movies have three major things in common: great acting, great directing, and an enormous amount of critical acclaim. Pariah, however, exercises much more restraint than Precious, especially when it comes to cultural or thematic stereotypes. These stereotypes tend to develop in both films unfortunately, due to the fact they are set… Read more »

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