Bet You Didn’t Know: Secrets Behind the Making of “Do The Right Thing”

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Speaking of the media

Before the movie was released in theaters, several newspapers were claiming that the movie would encourage riots in the theater. But when the movie was released in the summer of 1989, there was not a single act of violence associated with the release of the movie. Spike Lee later criticized the media for projecting this stereotype onto the black community.

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