05:05 — Quentin Tarantino chats with directors Spike Lee, Oliver Stone and Gus Van Sant, focusing more on the girls they date than their craft.
02:33 — Jimmy brings audience suggestions to life, including a clip of The Walking Dead featuring opera-singing zombies.
04:49 — Spike Lee, Director of "Da Sweet Blood of Jesus."
06:40 — Gordon Ramsay judges as Jimmy Fallon competes against 10-year-old chefs, Nate and Amaya, to make the most mouthwatering crepe in three minutes.
01:45 — The actress and director made their stance clear Monday.
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05:39 — NBC News' Amber Payne sits down with director Spike Lee and actress Zaraah Abrahams to discuss his latest film, "Da Sweet Blood of Jesus".
01:04 — While backstage at The Tonight Show, Gordon Ramsay shares five tips for how to host a successful Thanksgiving dinner.
03:24 — Director Spike Lee talks about diversity behind-the-scenes in the film industry.
03:19 — John Leguizamo shares hilarious stories about puberty in this clip from his award-winning HBO stand-up performance, directed by Spike Lee.
04:49 — Hot Topic: Anchor Away
05:50 — Spike Lee's film "Chi-Raq" puts women in power to solve violent gun crime in Chicago, taking its cues from the famous ancient Greek comedy "Lysistrata (more…)
06:12 — Acclaimed filmmaker Spike Lee tackles one of the most serious problems in America, gun violence, in his new satirical film "Chi-Raq".
04:52 — Spike Lee is known as the director of films including “Do the Right Thing” and “Malcolm X,” and he tackles the tough topic of gun violence in his upc (more…)
04:06 — Actor, producer and screenwriter John Cusack has been appearing in movies for more than three decades and now he stars in Spike Lee's new film about g (more…)
08:12 — Chris Hayes sits down with the iconic filmmaker, as he addresses his new movie 'Chi-raq' and some of the criticism it's received.
- Birth Name: Shelton Jackson Lee
- Birth Place: Atlanta, GA
- Profession: Director, Producer, Screenwriter, Actor
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