Film director, producer, writer, and die hard Knicks fan Spike Lee called into the Len Berman and Michael Riedel In The Morning show to talk about his new movie Da Five Bloods, progress in civil rights, and how Woody Allen has been treated. "I'd just like to say Woody Allen is a great, great filmmaker and this cancel thing is not just Woody and when we look back on it we are going to see that you can't just erase someone like they never existed. He's a friend of mine and I know he's going through it right now," said Spike when asked about how Woody Allen has been treated in the media.
Len asked about the current progress in the civil rights movement "People are marching all over this gods earth for Black Lives Matter and there is definitely something in the air. Something I remember as a kid going to Brooklyn during the 60's so people come together, people want police reform, people want justice, and I think we are in a very special moment in the USA," said Spike.
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