Oliver Stone
"I found myself in a place where with everyone I met I wanted to say, 'Have you seen "Alexander"? If you have, I’m really sorry,'" Farrell recalled of the 2004 film.
Tarantino's disdain for what Oliver Stone did with his screenplay is no secret.
Times change, and Stone's complex historic and global point of view is far more layered and nuanced than current American partisanship will accept.
The always-outspoken filmmaker opened up during an upcoming interview on BBC's "The Arts Hour," from cancel culture to his own dealings with Vladimir Putin.
Long before the immediacy of the internet, the Eric Bogosian-starring drama shines a light on people who can't stop themselves from sharing their worst impulses.
Stone looks back on the making of his controversial "Natural Born Killers," which turned 25 this year, and remains as prophetic as ever.
Oliver Stone suggests people watch his historical epic "Alexander" if they think he is homophobic.
For the 10th anniversary of "W.," the filmmaker assess the challenges he faces in making movies that criticize the country.
"The Bold Type" star shared her own story about a "humiliating" audition for "The Doors," which has repeatedly come under fire for its casting process.
The American filmmaker also defended himself from attacks in the country's conservative press.
The "Little House on the Prairie" actress called the scene Stone wrote for her both "really dirty" and "horrible."
Caitlin O'Heaney alleges that Kilmer punched her during an audition scene for the Oliver Stone film, leading to a confidential settlement and an NDA she now regrets signing.
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