The man who directed many movie classics like "Boyz N Da Hood", "Poetic Justice" and the TV series "Snowfall", John Singleton, is in a coma after suffering a stroke.

According to CNN, the famed director suffered a major stroke more than a week ago and according to court documents, Singleton's mother has filed documents to become a temporary conservator to make medical and financial decisions for him while he is incapacitated.

Singleton became the first black director to receive an Academy Award nomination with his debut feature, "Boyz N the Hood." His other films include 1997's "Rosewood," and 2003's "2 Fast 2 Furious."

We're hoping for the best and will keep The Singleton Family in our thoughts and are praying for a speedy recovery.