Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer welcome viewers to the 30th Annual People's Choice Awards and introduce Hector Elizondo to the stage.|
Sun, 11 Jan 2004|
Jon Hamm Has A ‘Mad Men’ Spinoff Idea, And It’s Kind Of Perfect
Joan Jett or something,” Hamm said. “Ride a motorcycle and kill a guy. Make a bunch of money and then become Oliver Stone in the ’80s. Date Kurt Cobain in the ’90s. She’s just a touchstone for every generation.” Continued
Sean Stone son of award-winning director Oliver Stone has converted to Islam while filming in Iran. Father Oliver Stone was born to a Jewish Dad and a Catholic mother, but claims to be a Buddhist. Any thoughts?
Unexpected No surprise Comment Don't care Interesting
"Wallstreet: Money Never Sleeps" hit number one at the box office last weekend. What did you think of the sequel?
Awesome, Oliver Stone does it again! Not as powerful as it could have been. Hated it, liked the original better. Didn't see / Other
Three Movies, Two Cents
Social Network doesn’t overtake it (which it probably will), this film from the normally thought-provoking Oliver Stone is one big plot-free mess. With a) a romance you don’t buy – even though it’s reportedly happening in real life
What’s Your Pick From This Weekend’s Movies?
Money Never Sleeps. This is from Oliver Stone which means that regardless of whether ..... important”. Whenever you see an Oliver Stone film – actually, you don’t even ..... Michael Douglas , naomi watts , oliver stone , Ryan Reynolds , Shia Labeouf
Oliver Stone is back in the news for making inappropriate comments. Which of the controversial director's films is your favorite?
Any Given Sunday The Doors JFK Platoon Wall Street
How come the media ignores the anti-Semitic comments Oliver Stone made in an interview, but obsess over Mel Gibson's similar comments made in a drunken rant?
Because Mel Gibson is more famous than director Oliver Stone Because Oliver Stone is on their side of the political spectrum Because what Mel Gibson's comments, though not public, were worse Don't know, I haven't heard what Oliver Stone said
It's the 8th anniversary of 9/11. What film has best captured the events of the day?
Paul Greengrass' United 93 Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11 Oliver Stone's World Trade Center