She’s Gotta Have It
Spike Lee's series based on his 1986 classic is returning to Netflix later this month.
The newly minted "She's Gotta Have It" star didn't get rich from Broadway. But that was never really his plan anyway.
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Thirty years after Spike Lee burst into the American indie scene with the 1986’s “She’s Gotta Have It,” the filmmaker is
“And I asked my grandmother, I said, ‘I need a name for this character. He’s kind of crazy.’ My grandmother said, ‘Well, I
Spike Lee is going back to She's Gotta Have It. The prolific writer-director is teaming with Showtime for a new take on his
Spike Lee made headlines in late July when he announced that he would be raising money for his latest film through popular crowdfunding platform, Kickstarter.
"I always try to make stuff that affects me and I think that if given the chance, a lot of music that doesn't seem like the formula of what might be a hit would be more popular. There's a lot of great music that doesn't sound like whatever. Everything sounds very dance-y now."
Spike Lee pulls from his wealth of experience to drop precious knowledge about directing, making controversial films, dealing with the haters, and getting attention for your work.
Movie: 'She's Gotta Have It' Release Date: August 8, 1986 How It Got Made: It's hard to remember now how thoroughly white
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Spike Lee has long been a passionate chronicler of African-American history. That documentation of the collective black experience has fed into his curiosity to explore his own family history.
Nelson George, Grammy Award winner, filmmaker and author of just-out City Kid: A Writer's Memoir of Ghetto Life and Post