Spike Lee is a legendary American filmmaker known for his works like BlacKkKlansman, Malcolm X and many more. Lee has now officially tied up with Netflix. Recently, he formalized his relationship with the streaming service by signing a new multi-year deal.
The Oscar winning director already had a relationship with Netflix top authorities since 2017. Now after the recent announcement, they took their partnership to the next level.
Spike Lee revealed that he had come to a mutual arrangement with Netflix executives Ted Sarandos, Scott Stuber, and Tendo Nagenda. His major role will be producing films and TV shows with his 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks company. In addition to that, he will be supporting young, diverse talent.
Lee has previously collaborated with Netflix on four projects. Their most recent collaboration was the 2020 war film “Da 5 Bloods.” In a statement to Variety, Lee wrote down his roles and responsibilities.
“There is no better way for me and my company 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks to begin the new year than renew our partnership with Ted, Scott And Tendo – da fearless leaders of Netflix. Besides my joints, we together will focus on the new diverse storytellers, youth must be served.”
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