Spike Lee: L.A. Riots

According to the L.A. Times, Spike Lee and his “Inside Man” producer, Brian Grazer, are set to move forward with their long-gestating project, “L.A. Riots.”  Terry George, the creative force behind revolutionary-themed works like “In the Name of the Father” and “Hotel Rwanda” is on board to deliver a final script and pave the way for production to begin before 2008 expires.

Don’t get us wrong, this movie sounds great and we’re excited to see Lee get back to his gritty bread and butter, but dammit, we’re probably more excited about those Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant documentaries he’s got in the can.  Glad to see that Spike is actually making movies we can get excited about again (although I have to say, “The 25th Hour,” is waaaaaay underrated and it has the most NSFW monologue ever, definitely Netflix it if you haven’t seen it yet).


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One response to “Spike Lee: L.A. Riots

  1. Sounds great. I’m lookin’ forward to it!

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