Recovering druggie Tom Sizemore admits he wanted to “grab, fk and kill” ex-girlfriend Juliette Lewis, RadarOnline.com has learned! Sizemore, 55, met Lewis, 44, on the set of the 1994 Oliver Stone film Natural Born Killers. “I fked her,” Sizemore shared on The Night Time Show podcast. “Moved in with her, bought a house with her.” Read More
You have to go back to Camelot to find a presidential administration as open to instantaneous mythologizing as the current one. The Trump White House has it all: a president whose conception of the job (and most relevant work experience) is playing a character on TV; a rogue’s gallery of ... More »
Speaking after a late-July vote by the House of Representatives to punish Russia for allegedly “meddling” in the U.S. general election, Stone calls the news “depressing.”
First, let me make clear that I admire Oliver Stone as a brilliant, creative artist. At the same time I must respond to his recent letter [Calendar Letters, July 30] here where he focuses on the fact that I never revealed to him that I had previously made three hash smuggling runs from Istanbul...
The film director says children are more interested in the “horror film” of the truth than what is currently taught as U.S. history in schools.
The film director discusses the Iran-Contra affair and Reagan’s political maneuverings in the Middle East intended to help him beat Jimmy Carter.
In a scathing Facebook post entitled "Mid Summer Anger," movie director (and infamous Putin interviewer), Oliver Stone lashes out at Washington's passage of the Russia sanctions bill, suggesting that US intelligence agencies aren't doing...Show More Summary
JULIETTE OCHIENG: “Still waiting for Former President Obama, actors Danny Glover and Sean Penn or director Oliver Stone to comment on the downfall of Venezuela. Breath not being held.”
The film director sees choosing political affiliations as a “growing up process where you have to educate yourself out of some old beliefs.”
The film director discusses conversations he had with the Russian president in the run-up to the recent presidential election in the clip below.
"No matter her words, they are framed by a style steeped in cheerful Hallmark history. That is bound to inform how they are received. If much of the administration still channels Wall Street (the Oliver Stone version), Ms. Sanders offers...Show More Summary
“The Yeltsin period is looked back on as a disaster by most Russians,” says the director, “where American [advisors] helped open up the store to oligarchs.”
“This time, the call for a redbaiting campaign comes from people on the Democratic side even more forcefully than on the Republican,” notes the Truthdig editor in chief.
Director Oliver Stone saw his four-part interviews with Russian President Putin as a way to give Americans a better understanding of a leader who has been demonized in the mainstream media, reports Dennis J Bernstein. By Dennis J Bernstein Not…Read more ?
White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci paid $100,000 for a brief cameo in Oliver Stone's 2010 sequel "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps" — and Donald Trump was supposed to be in the film, but his scene was cut, according to The Daily Beast. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
More on ‘Midnight’ Kenneth Turan’s review of “Midnight Return” [“Telling the Rest of Billy Hayes’ Story,” July 21] blames the filmmakers for supposed mendacity. As the original writer [of “Midnight Express”], I made it quite clear to Sally Sussman, the director-producer of the documentary, that...
The Academy Award-winning screenwriter, director and producer will sit down with Truthdig’s editor in chief to discuss Stone’s new Showtime series and book “The Putin Interviews” on Wednesday at 7 p.m. PDT.
Some of our special stories in June dealt with the seemingly endless Russia-gate frenzy, President Trump’s stumbling debut on the global stage and Oliver Stone’s insightful interviews with Vladimir Putin. “Missing the Real Noriega Story” by Jonathan Marshall, Jun. 1,…Read more ?
Johnny Depp, Charlie Sheen and Kevin Dillon reunited to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Oliver Stone's Platoon.
It's been 30 years since Oliver Stone's Vietnam War epic Platoon showed us a much darker view of war. Recently, the cast got together to celebrate the anniversary and, well, it turns out war really is hell.