MySpace is now a Spike Lee joint

Posted by · 8:19 am · September 21st, 2008

Filmmaker Spike Lee is hoofing it online to get his new film “Miracle at St. Anna” out to the masses, “by any means necessary.”  He’s launched a brand new MySpace page that has the trailer for the film and a few clips as well.  Ah well, despite the movie, I gotta add him as a friend, right?  He’s Spike!

Here’s his intro video:

My review of the film. And John’s.




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  • 1 9-21-2008 at 10:41 pm

    mike said...

    Odd, at the Yankees game tonight (the final home game in the “original” stadium) Spike and a crew of maybe 2 cameras where filming us bleacher creatures (Section 39 of the right-field bleachers) for a little bit towards the start, which is when we are our loudest. He signed autographs and got right with the fans about 5 rows behind me.

    He even had us do a fake chant bashing Manny Ramirez, which made no sense at the time but is fun to do. They they filmed us head on during the traditional roll-call.

    Not sure why he was there, but maybe he is working on a new doc?

  • 2 9-25-2008 at 11:01 am

    Luis Gonzalez said...

    Just holla at me everyone says the same things to u all I can tell u is im different and they probably told u that too but I ve wrote these great movies that’s would oscars award winning movies hand down so get a me go knicks

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