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NEW YORK, NY - JUNE 29: Director Spike Lee attends the 25th anniversary screening of "Do The Right Thing" at the closing night of the 2014 BAMcinemaFest at BAM Harvey Theater on June 29, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images)

On Friday (Mar. 20), Spike Lee turned 63-years-old or “years-young” as he says, and to celebrate the Academy award-winning filmmaker released an autographed Do The Right Thing coffee table book.

Lee made the announcement on Instagram by sharing a photo of the cover of the book.

“VERY LIMITED QUANTITIES AVAILABLE: Take a look back at ‘Do The Right Thing’ with the DO THE RIGHT THING coffee table book featuring accounts of the filmmaking experience from the cast and crew, rare never before seen stills taken from photographer David Lee and the original handwritten screenplay by Spike Lee,” wrote in the caption of his post.

“This item is a great companion piece commemorating the groundbreaking Spike Lee Joint. Get your signed copy today.” The book costs $39.55 and features “unprecedented insider’s look at the film, with behind-the-scenes visuals and interviews, this impressive book celebrates the impact of “Do The Right Thing” on our culture throughout the years,” according to Lee’s website.

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