In the film the actor Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke
The American actor Topher Grace, who played the role of Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke plays in the Spike Lee film BlacKkKlansman, by a man telephone threatened. He is taking the allegations so seriously that he filed a report with the police.
According to the entertainment website TMZ.com, which draws from sources around justice, Grace been gay and he would by his role in the film the relationship between groups of the harm. Grace herself describes the anonymous caller as evil and aggressive. The police have the case now in treatment and examines the threats.
The latest Spike Lee film is about the african-American officer, Ron Stallworth, played by John David Washington, who in the late seventies in the Ku Klux Klan managed to infiltrate. At meetings, he sent a white colleague, and further acted Stallworth his business by telephone. In the end he gets it by yourself for a membership to become a Klan member. He withholds this for many years until, in 2014 the book ” Black Klansman publishes about his research on the Ku Klux Klan.
Grace said this week in the American tv show Late Night with Seth Meyers that he was proud that Spike Lee had called him for the role of Klan leader David Duke. Until he realized that he is in the spirit of Duke had to go. He read, among more Dukes book My Awakening: A Path To Racial Understanding, which he equated with Hitler’s Mein Kampf.
BlacKkKlansman is in the Netherlands on 30 August in premiere and in Belgium on 19 september.