The “Snowden” filmmaker believes technology will lead to totalitarianism, and his points about domestic spying and data mining should not be dismissed.
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San Diego’s Comic-Con 2016 debuted trailers for several upcoming television series and movies. From DC Comics’ “Wonder Woman,” to Oliver Stone’s drama thriller “Snowden,” take a gander at a jam-packed list of trailers, teasers and sneak peeks below. Just in case you missed anything. 'Wonder Woman'...
Another Comic-Con has come and gone, except this year, there wasn't any Wi-Fi. Nevertheless, your trustworthy Vulture correspondents were there to scope out the fest, and we've returned with hard-earned insight. Who's coming out of the convention with momentum? Who's got some work to do? And what exactly is an ... More »
Oliver Stone ain't afraid to give you the cold hard truth... when it comes to how he spent his downtime at Comic-Con. The Oscar-winning director was in San Diego repping his new film, "Snowden," when he shot down a photog trying to ...
Joseph Gordon-Levitt wore an American flag t-shirt to the Hall H presentation on “Snowden,” the new Oliver Stone film about the man who exposed the secrets of the NSA and fled to Russia. “Oliver Stone is one of the most patriotic of all filmmakers,” he said. Show More Summary
Snowden was the odd man out at San Diego Comic-Con. While most filmmakers and actors visit the convention generally to promote a comic book movie or an adaptation of some kind, director Oliver Stone and Open Road Films brought a biopic about Edward Snowden (played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt) to Hall H. Show More Summary
Joseph Gordon-Levitt stars in the Oliver Stone thriller.
The filmmaker is not trying to catch 'em all. For all the Pokemon Go naysayers out there, acclaimed filmmaker Oliver Stone is joining your ranks. While discussing his upcoming film Snowden at San Diego Comic-Con Thursday, the JFK director...Show More Summary
The first day of this year’s Comic-Con was highlighted by a panel featuring film director Oliver Stone discussing his latest film, Snowden. Convention attendees expected a serious conversation about exiled whistleblower Edward Snowden, but the talk rapidly devolved into Stone warning the audience about the dangers of Japanese pocket monsters.
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The whistleblower has a cameo as himself in Oliver Stone's forthcoming film about his life. The post It’s Official: Edward Snowden Is a Total Movie Star Now appeared first on WIRED.
Oliver Stone and the cast of Snowden appeared at Comic-Con for an open panel discussion. The topics varied from the norm as Stone stated his opinion of Pokemon GO. Stone believes the new game will not only track people but lead people, controlling their travels, habits, and purchases. Show More Summary
"What was it about this job that makes it more important than your life?" Open Road Films has debuted a new full-length trailer for Oliver Stone's political thriller Snowden, profiling the life of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Show More Summary
Snowden director: "This data-mining game is what they call totalitarianism."
Technically Incorrect: The famed director uses a Comic-Con appearance to muse on the all-encompassing nature of the new game.
Trump's part in the filmmaker's "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps" was left on the cutting-room floor.
The film director Oliver Stone has warned that augmented reality game Pokémon Go could lead society toward totalitarianism. Talking to Comic-Con in San Diego, California, to promote his new film about Edward Snowden, Stone said companies were carrying out “surveillance capitalism” by monitoring people’s behavior, The Guardian reported. Show More Summary
Later this year, you will get the opportunity to see a dramatization of the Edward Snowden saga, as filtered through the unique perspective of Oliver Stone. This is not a Snowden review, as we are embargoed for the next few weeks, but rather a very interesting story about a special cameo...