(And with that headline, it's certain.) Filmmaker Spike Lee has announced his plans to develop a film for HBO about the Hurricane Katrina-related flooding in New Orleans, called When the Levee Broke. No stranger to controversy, the writer-director of Do the Right Thing and Malcolm X says conspiracy theories that the U.S. government somehow engineered the displacement of the predominantly black and poor Ninth Ward are "not too far-fetched," and may be explored in his film.