The cast of the iconic film 'Do The Right Thing' reunites on Good Morning America.  (Photo Credit: Google Images)
The cast of the iconic film ‘Do The Right Thing’ reunites on Good Morning America.
(Photo Credit: Google Images)

As part of the Good Morning America/Entertainment Weekly Reunion Blowout series, the cast of Spike Lee’s seminal film, Do The Right Thing, reunited to discuss the impact of the 1989 film that inspired a film movement. Do the Right Thing resuscitated the film careers of Danny Aiello, Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee while simultaneously launching and solidifying the impressive acting careers of Giancarlo Esposito, Rosie Perez, John Turturro, Richard Edson, Martin Lawrence, Steve White, Bill Nunn, Roger Guenveur Smith, Samuel L. Jackson, Miguel Sandoval, Frankie Faison, Paul Benjamin, Spike Lee and the late Robin Harris.

Check out the cast as they discuss the making of an iconic film, what the film has meant to their careers and the possibility of a Broadway production in the future.

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