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  • Dude named Kevin willmot. He helped spike wit a lot of his newer movies. He did the CSA Mockumentary if anybody seen that too. If u got questions lemme know

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  • Ask him about the double takes that Spike Lee does during hugging scenes

  • Example A:

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  • He did it all throughout Da 5 Bloods.

  • Ask about his thoughts on some movies still being slated for release in theaters despite the pandemic.

  • Also, it'd be cool to know if there were any real inspirations behind the plot and characters.

  • Wineboy Screw

    Ask him about the double takes that Spike Lee does during hugging scenes

    This. I wanna know if it's a signature thing or what

  • Ronald_Vegan

    This. I wanna know if it's a signature thing or what

    Spike did it in the Malcolm X movie too.

  • Ask him why he felt in these times we needed a movie depicting cops as heroes to the black community

  • Shadow moses

    Ask him why he felt in these times we needed a movie depicting cops as heroes to the black community

    Lmao

  • Da 5 Bloods script tho

  • Ask him what the most difficult part was during the writing process and how they manage to fix it.

  • If u got more questions lemme know

  • How much of a rewrite was Da 5 Bloods script? Did he just change the character's races or change a whole lot more?

  • I wonder why they did the flashbacks using the same actors. Didn't even finish it.

  • Danhust

    I wonder why they did the flashbacks using the same actors. Didn't even finish it.

    "In reality, Lindo is 67, Peters is 68, Whitlock is 65, and Lewis is 56 — but in a gimmick devised by Lee, the actors play their teenage and 20-something selves in war scenes without makeup or The Irishman–style de-aging effects, opposite a frozen-in-time Boseman (whose actual age is 42).

    “Here’s the thing,” says Lee. “I knew there was no way in hell I was going to get the budget that Martin Scorsese got to de-age De Niro, Pacino, and Pesci in The Irishman, and it was a lot of money. And I dislike when films get different actors to play younger versions of the main characters. Also, makeup or prosthetics would’ve melted in the 100-degree heat.”

    But the discount solution provided an effective way to show that the Bloods are still trapped in their wartime memories even as they pass middle age. “It just works,” says Lee. “These guys are going back in time, but this is how they see themselves. We did research screenings, and no one made an issue of it. Hollywood doesn’t give audiences enough credit for their intelligence.”"

    https://www.vulture.com/article/spike-lee-da-5-bloods.html

  • JaeRell

    "In reality, Lindo is 67, Peters is 68, Whitlock is 65, and Lewis is 56 — but in a gimmick devised by Lee, the actors play their teenage and 20-something selves in war scenes without makeup or The Irishman–style de-aging effects, opposite a frozen-in-time Boseman (whose actual age is 42).

    “Here’s the thing,” says Lee. “I knew there was no way in hell I was going to get the budget that Martin Scorsese got to de-age De Niro, Pacino, and Pesci in The Irishman, and it was a lot of money. And I dislike when films get different actors to play younger versions of the main characters. Also, makeup or prosthetics would’ve melted in the 100-degree heat.”

    But the discount solution provided an effective way to show that the Bloods are still trapped in their wartime memories even as they pass middle age. “It just works,” says Lee. “These guys are going back in time, but this is how they see themselves. We did research screenings, and no one made an issue of it. Hollywood doesn’t give audiences enough credit for their intelligence.”"

    https://www.vulture.com/article/spike-lee-da-5-bloods.html

    It's actually not a bad explanation

  • JaeRell

    "In reality, Lindo is 67, Peters is 68, Whitlock is 65, and Lewis is 56 — but in a gimmick devised by Lee, the actors play their teenage and 20-something selves in war scenes without makeup or The Irishman–style de-aging effects, opposite a frozen-in-time Boseman (whose actual age is 42).

    “Here’s the thing,” says Lee. “I knew there was no way in hell I was going to get the budget that Martin Scorsese got to de-age De Niro, Pacino, and Pesci in The Irishman, and it was a lot of money. And I dislike when films get different actors to play younger versions of the main characters. Also, makeup or prosthetics would’ve melted in the 100-degree heat.”

    But the discount solution provided an effective way to show that the Bloods are still trapped in their wartime memories even as they pass middle age. “It just works,” says Lee. “These guys are going back in time, but this is how they see themselves. We did research screenings, and no one made an issue of it. Hollywood doesn’t give audiences enough credit for their intelligence.”"

    https://www.vulture.com/article/spike-lee-da-5-bloods.html

    Thanks.

    Didn't like it at all though.

    Thought Black Panther was younger btw.

  • Very fire interview

  • Danhust

    Thanks.

    Didn't like it at all though.

    Thought Black Panther was younger btw.

    Holy s*** dude is 42 I thought he was a young actor as well

  • Forgot to quote y’all to say it dropped @Wineboy_Screw @TuxedoMask @Beach_kneega

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  • you too real

  • You ask my question?

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