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Joseph Gordon-Levitt has verbally agreed to let Oliver Stone tarnish his image.
Before making Charlie Sheen a movie star, Oliver Stone had his sights set on the Lizard King.
Quentin Tarantino and Coca-Cola might not have been a fan of 'NBK' but the Man in Black loved it.
This week, Laremy, Brendan, and Matt Lieb talk about 'The Raid' and do bad Lou Ferrigno impressions.
The Edward Snowden story is dying for an entertaining storyteller without political baggage to help the American people understand, but instead we've got Oliver Stone.
In a new PSA for Stop Watching Us, celebrities like John Cusack and Maggie Gyllenhaal urge people to demand that Conress investigate the NSA.
Apparently Oliver Stone didn't get the memo that offering your opinion on the Breaking Bad finale is so two weeks ago (and <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2013/10/billy-zane-blames-the-government-shutdown-on-breaking-bad-or-something" target="_blank">Billy Zane already did it</a> best), and that this week is all about fact-checking Gravity.
Don't ask Oliver Stone about the final episode of "Breaking Bad." He might punch you.
Like every other urban white person on the planet, I've been watching a lot of Homeland this season, and since Homeland is on Showtime, it's hard to miss promos for Oliver Stone's upcoming 10-part series, The Untold History of the United States (above, just in case you haven't seen it).
The best (and worst) of what's on TV tonight, including new episodes of "How I Met Your Mother" and "Adventure Time."
<a href="http://www.mtv.com/videos/movie-trailers/756692/savages.jhtml#id=1682549" target="_blank">MTV</a> just released the trailer for Oliver Stone's Savages, but since that version is region-locked, I've got your YouTube copy after the jump.
Oliver Stone has long been one of those self-described liberals who's such an A-hole blowhard that he does a better job turning people off liberalism than the Hannities of the world ever could.
I never would've guessed it after watching Shia LaBeouf chug a five-hour energy, down a Patron shot, drink a Heineken, and then wink at the camera, but according to a new revelation, Oliver Stone's Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps got paid for product placement.
Oliver Stone has won a best picture Oscar and delivered era-defining films on more than one occasion, his work inspiring everyone from the Gekko wannabes on the real Wall Street to the N-words who <a href="http://dailylynching.blogspot.com/2007/04/oliver-stone-all-niggers-love-scarface.html" target="_blank">he says all love Scarface</a> (his words, allegedly).
You might imagine a film with a subtitle as cheesily nonsensical as "money never sleeps" to be pretty crappy, and you'd be right.
Oliver Stone's Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps opens today, and all-around Hollywood awesome dude Josh Brolin plays the film's villain, Evil Motorcycle Guy.
Today in Shocking News You'll Never Believe, Shia Labeouf shared an Oliver Stone anecdote at the Money Never Sleeps premiere which seemed to suggest that the director can be, get this: foul-mouthed, egomaniacal, and difficult to work for.
<a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2010/05/pics-pharrell-williams-oprah-katy-perry-party-at-the-met-gala"> As if poppin' bottles <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2010/05/pics-pharrell-williams-oprah-katy-perry-party-at-the-met-gala">with Oprah and Dame Diddy</a> wasn't enough, the Neptune known as Pharrell Williams has been turning the world into his own personal celebrity festival these past few weeks.