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  1. Charlton Heston's Son, an Oscar Voter, Criticizes "Orwellian" Diversity Changes

    2:32 pm 1/29/2016

    "This move was ill-advised, ill-considered, possibly illegal, and in essence just all kinds of wrong," Fraser Heston states.Read more

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  2. 'Michael Jackson's Journey from Motown to Off the Wall': Sundance Review

    3:00 pm 1/24/2016

    Spike Lee contextualizes the landmark 1979 album that cemented Jackson's status as a superstar solo artist and propelled him on to an even bigger breakthrough with 'Thriller.'Read more

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  3. Spike Lee: “I Can Say Two Words: Michael Jackson. End of Discussion.”

    4:36 pm 1/23/2016

    “What I found interesting is a lot of people interviewed, 'Off the Wall' is their favorite album of the three: 'Off the Wall', 'Thriller', and 'Bad', again the three were Quincy Jones.”Read more

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  4. Oscar-Winning Producer Denounces "Spoiled Brats" Crying "Racism"

    7:00 am 1/22/2016

    "As far as Michael Moore is concerned, he is a socialist always looking to insert his brand of racist hatred. Spike Lee — haven't I heard this from him before?" says 'Schindler's List' producer Gerald Molen.Read more

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  5. Sundance: Why Michael Jackson's Legacy Was Entrusted to Spike Lee

    8:30 am 1/21/2016

    A decade after helming the King of Pop's 1996 music video for "They Don't Care About Us," the filmmaker is bringing his doc 'Michael Jackson's Journey From Motown to Off the Wall' to the festival.Read more

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  6. Spike Lee Going to Knicks Game Night of Oscars, "Never Used the Word 'Boycott'"

    6:11 am 1/20/2016

    "I'm not going. My wife’s not going. Everyone else can do what they want to do."Read more

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  7. Ben Carson: Oscar Boycott Is Mainly Relevant to "a Few Hollywood Elites"

    12:37 pm 1/19/2016

    At "the end of the day, the American people have far more important concerns," the presidential candidate stated. Read more

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  8. Academy President Issues Lengthy Statement on Lack of Oscars Diversity

    6:56 pm 1/18/2016

    In the wake of Spike Lee and Jada Pinkett Smith announcing they will not be attending this year's Oscars, Cheryl Boone Isaacs says she was "heartbroken and frustrated" by the nominations, which did not include any performers of color.Read more

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  9. #OscarsSoWhite Creator Endorses Oscar Boycott

    4:52 pm 1/18/2016

    In the wake of Spike Lee and Jada Pinkett Smith saying they won't attend this year's Academy Awards, April Reign, who created the hashtag that focuses on the lack of minority nominees, is urging others to do the same.Read more

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  10. Oscars: Spike Lee Refuses to Attend Awards Due to All-White Acting Nominees

    7:35 am 1/18/2016

    "40 White Actors In 2 Years And No Flava At All. We Can't Act?! WTF!!"Read more

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