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Spike Lee, Time Taveler


Is Spike Lee planning on traveling back in time to input some “Negro” actors in Clint Eastwood’s war films?

Actually, the acclaimed director is making a movie based on the book Time Traveler penned by one of the first African-American theoretical physicists, Dr. Ronald Mallett.

The book focuses on Mallet’s determination as a child to build a time machine and save his father from dying, which led to his pursuit of a career in physics.

Lee says, “[I’m] elated to have acquired the rights to a fantastic story on many levels, but also a father-and-son saga of loss and love.”

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Categories: Movies and Race Matters.


Is Spike Lee planning on traveling back in time to input some “Negro” actors in Clint Eastwood’s war films?

Actually, the acclaimed director is making a movie based on the book Time Traveler penned by one of the first African-American theoretical physicists, Dr. Ronald Mallett.

The book focuses on Mallet’s determination as a child to build a time machine and save his father from dying, which led to his pursuit of a career in physics.

Lee says, “[I’m] elated to have acquired the rights to a fantastic story on many levels, but also a father-and-son saga of loss and love.”

Categories: Movies and Race Matters.

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