Plot Outline: Fired from his job for exposing corrupt business practices, a former biotech executive turns to impregnating wealthy lesbians for profit.
So, um, yeah.
On the other hand, Monica Bellucci.
And Lonette McKee, who don't get nearly enough work, but neither does Ossie Davis. The danger of being a classically trained -- or just talented -- Negro actor or actress. Unless you want to work with one or more of the Wayans brothers, who are neither. . .
Want to know more? No, I'm not sure I do either, but there's a bit of an interview with Spike Lee at MovieWeb:
AP: So youíre making this new movie, something with lesbians...
Lee: No no no no no. Itís called ĎShe Hate Me.í Itís coming out this summer on Sony Classics, starring Anthony Mackie ó he was the young brother battling Eminem at the end of ď8 MileĒ ó Kerry Washington, Ellen Barkin, Monica Bellucci, Woody Harrelson, John Turturro, Brian Dennehy. Q-Tipís in it. Itís about a young African-American who gets involved in some shady things and gets set up at his company and heís fired. Because of his predicament he puts his morals and values aside and starts a business impregnating lesbians who want to have kids.
AP: Personally impregnating them?
Lee: It depends. Any way you want it. Artificial insemination or the real thing, $10,000 each. In a month he impregnates 19 women.
AP: How far into the movie before you get to that point?
Lee: Thatís the first 10 minutes (big laughter). Nah, Iím joking. But really, itís a comedy.
Uh huh. . .
I have a bad feeling about this.
Guess I could wait until I've seen the movie before commenting, but then I couldn't join those fun-filled discussions of Fahrenheit 9/11 either. . .
Are the (*snicker*) hardcore SF fans annoyed about I, Robot? Because that would make me feel better.
I'd have a look, but I'm afraid I'd get. . . whateverthefuck they have all over me.