‘Do the right thing’: Spike Lee’s acclaimed racial drama to release in 4K

“Do the Right Thing” has not only stood the test of time, it has also become one of the most iconic films in recent cinema history.

And the critically acclaimed feature film directed by Spike Lee and released in 1989 will finally win a 4K restoration in 2021. The announcement was made by Universal Pictures, which further revealed that the production would gain a series of additional previously unreleased content in its home video format.

The 4K launch will come in a combo with Blu-ray and a digital download code. The new release will feature more than four hours of additional material, including deleted and extended scenes, a new introduction from the director himself, as well as a behind-the-scenes documentary.

In addition to directing and writing the feature film, Spike Lee stars in the production alongside Samuel L. Jackson, Danny Aiello, Bill Nunn, John Turturro and Rosie Perez.

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Check out the list of attractions featured in the next combo:

New introduction from director Spike Lee DO THE RIGHT THING: 20 years later – Documentary retrospective with the cast and crew Technical scenes excluded and extended – Eleven cut scenes from the final Behind the scenes film – Spike Lee’s personal video straight from the set of the Making of film of Do the Right Thing – In-depth documentary on the making of of the film Editor Barry Brown – Interview with the editor Do the Right Thing The Riot Sequence – Storyboard gallery of the CANNES rebellion sequence, 1989 – See the film triumphant display at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival, while Do a Coisa Certa energizes and surprises audiences with its bold message. Trailers – Original Trailer & TV Commercials 20th Anniversary Edition Features Commentary with Director Spike Lee Commentary by Director Spike Lee, Cinematographer Ernest Dickerson, Production Designer Wynn Thomas, and Actress Joie Lee

The relaunch of “Do the Right Thing” takes place on February 2 in the United States.

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