"A Child's Night Dream"
2 Biographical Movies |
7 Print Biographies |
1 Portrayal |
24 Interviews |
28 Articles |
2 Pictorials |
1 Magazine Cover Photo |
Oliver W. Stone
6' (1.83 m)
Did You Know?
I'm tired of defending the accuracy of my movies. JFK
(1991) was a case to be proven, Nixon
(1995) was a penetrating biography of a complex and dark man. But I'm not bound by those strictures any more. [George W. Bush
] is not a complex and dark man, so it's different. This movie can be funnier because Bush is funny. He's awkward and goofy and makes faces all the time. He's not your average ...
Although he is a two-time Academy Award-winning filmmaker, it's been consistently difficult for him to acquire actors of his preference for most of the films he has directed. Casting Al Pacino
in Any Given Sunday
(1999) and Tom Cruise
in Born on the Fourth of July
(1989) are the most significant exceptions where Stone's top choice was either available or agreed to partake in an Oliver Stone
Shoots the majority of his films on location, often using practical settings.