Behind every powerful woman is sometimes another woman, a male executive or Oscar-winning director, as exemplified by Emma Watts and Oliver Stone; Nancy Dubuc and Abbe Raven; Sandra Stern and Jon Feltheimer; Cyma Zarghami and Philippe Dauman; and Megan Colligan and Nancy Utley. Show More Summary
A viral video for X-MEN:DAYS OF FUTURE PAST has been released that suggests Magneto may have been involved with the assassination of JFK Read the full article on AICN Hey Yo, Draven here. Well it looks like Oliver Stone may have found some evidence for his “bent bullet” conspiracy theory surrounding the assassination of JFK. Show More Summary
Today is 50th anniversary of a terrible event which later led to even worse, "gold body paint/popper orgy" scene in Oliver Stone's "JFK."
On the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Peter Landesman has so pretty harsh words for “JFK” director Oliver Stone. The “Parkland” helmsman, who did plenty of his own research on the tragedy before making...Show More Summary
1. My list Daniel Day Lewis, Aung San Suu Kyi, Sofia Coppola (or Marilyn Monroe), Shakespeare and Gautama Buddha. 2. Adrienne McQueen Jared Leto, Julian Assange, Sandra Bullock, Alex Proyas and Oliver Stone. 3.
Last weekend I decided to go photograph 3808 Olive, a 2 1/2 story stone faced home with a later storefront addition owned by Grand Center, Inc. that is slated for demolition (see story by Preservation Research Office). Having drivenShow More Summary
I’m sure I wasn’t the only person once upon a time who, hearing that Oliver Stone was making a movie called JFK starring Kevin Costner, assumed that it would be a biopic, with Costner playing the fallen President. When I eventually found out that the movie was going to be... More »
The government’s most recent investigation into the assassination of John F. Kennedy began in 1994. The Oliver Stone movie “JFK” was still fresh in mind, and almost four in five Americans believed in a conspiracy to kill the 35th president. The investigation, b …
Sean Stone (Oliver Stone's son) was only 6-years-old when he played the District Attorney's son Jasper Garrison -- opposite Kevin Costner -- in the conspiracy driven 1991 film "JFK." Guess what he looks like now!
Spike Lee's "Malcolm X" (1992) holds my top spot, but Oliver Stone's "JFK" (1991) is undoubtedly my second favorite film of the 1990s. When I first saw this masterpiece, I was still a liberal and therefore bought into its every deceit, fabrication, half-truth, and outright lie. Show More Summary
For a few years after seeing Oliver Stone’s 1991 political thriller "JFK," I was an assassination buff. I bought one of the books on which the film was based: “On the Trail of the Assassins” by Jim Garrison. I reread “Libra,” Don DeLillo’s...Show More Summary
Which political party has the greater share of "wackos"? If you ask Fox News' The Five, that honor belongs to the Democrats. The show turned to recent comments from Oprah Winfrey and Oliver Stone in an attempt to show how liberal Hollywood has made it impossible for the right to criticize President Barack Obama without being called "racist."
With the exception of JFK’s stunning cinematic bravura, arguably Born on the Fourth of July is Oliver Stone’s most accomplished film. The remarkably told story of Ron Kovic, all American boy turned war activist, exemplifies Stone’s ability...Show More Summary
Yet another Hollywood denizen looks at Republican opposition to President Barack Obama and sees racism. Far-left director Oliver Stone raged against "white" Republicans during an interview on the publicly funded Tavis Smiley Show this week. Show More Summary
Filmmaker Oliver Stone made some truly offensive comments on PBS’s Tavis Smiley show Wednesday. “I don't know why these Republican white people," he said, "They're strange to me. They, it’s almost as if we’re an apartheid state and they’re still fighting for the rights of whites in South Africa” (video follows with transcript and commentary): read more
The Classic "Take My Queue, Take My Queue, Take My Queue - I Am Trying To Feed You A Question That I Want You To Talk About (Racism Against Obama) You Dummy!!!" SchemeAre There Any Black Progressive-Fundamentalists In The Media WHO ARE...Show More Summary
Oliver Stone looks back on 1991's controversial "JFK," delves into criticism surrounding his work and looks ahead to a new version of "Alexander."
“You’re not gonna do the TIME magazine thing, where you assassinate all these people, are you? You know, they’re famous for that. John Shaw Billings, in Life magazine, in the old days. The editor did not tell you, ‘You can’t write anything...Show More Summary
SWEEPS DAY 14!! Black Friday On SOUTH PARK!! Larvae Snacking SURVIVOR!! JFK On NOVA & SECRETS!! The Return Of BURNING LOVE!! Samuel L. Jackson On LETTERMAN!! Orci & Kurtzman On CARSON DALY!! Oliver Stone On TAVIS!! GIRL CODE, BIG TIPS,...Show More Summary
Tomorrow night on PBS, I sit down with Oscar-winning filmmaker Oliver Stone to talk about the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's assassination, and the recent release of a commemorative Blu-ray edition of his criticallyShow More Summary