Earlier this summer, rumors began flying that Spike Lee's latest project, Red Hook Summer, was a sequel to his 1989 Bed-Stuy-set breakout hit Do The Right Thing. Now, as more details have emerged about Lee's hush-hush project, it looks like that might not be the case...sort of.

Lee, who's never been one to hold back his opinions about much of anything, tweeted last night: "Red Hook Summer is not a Sequel to Do The Right Thing and it has nothing to do with Brooklyn Loves MJ. Subject Matter? New Spike Lee Joint YO." While Lee has confirmed that he'll be reprising his role as Mookie from Thing, the rest of the cast are all basically unknowns, leading IndieWire to guess that Mookie will make only a brief cameo.

The film centers around an Atlanta native who is spending the summer in Red Hook, though it's unclear whether the flick is set in the present day or the cobblestone-lined past. Either way, we're psyched for another Spike Lee joint, and are keeping out fingers crossed for a possible Rosie Perez cameo as well...