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Spike Lee and Mike Tyson team up in HBO's Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Spike Lee-directed film features Tyson sharing stories about his life.
The film shows Tyson on stage in Las Vegas and New York during a tour, where he talks to a live audience about his life. He talks about his arrest record as well as his anger issues.
"I know many are probably wondering, what the hell is Mike Tyson going to do up here onstage here tonight - you know, frankly, I'm wondering the same thing," Tyson said in the trailer for the film.
Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth premiers Nov. 16 on HBO.
Lee has also been busy promoting his film Oldboy.
The Business Insider reports that the Spike Lee remake of Chan-woo Park's 2003 film stars Josh Brolin as a man released from prison after 20 years, who has a small amount of time to get his captors.
The film, also starring Elizabeth Olsen and Samuel L. Jackson, is set to release Nov. 27.
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