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Oliver Stone to Direct 'GUANTANAMO' Series For Weinstein Television

Three-time Academy Award winner Oliver Stone will direct Weinstein Television multi-season dramatic series of GUANTANAMO. A home is currently being looked for.

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Weinstein Company Acquires Oliver Stone TV Series 'Guantanamo'

The Weinstein Company has acquired the Oliver Stone-Daniel Voll series “Guantanamo,” the company announced Monday.

The project marks Stone’s first time as a director in scripted television.  225 more words

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Weinstein TV Acquires 'Guantanamo' Series From Oliver Stone & Daniel Voll

Oliver Stone is making his first foray into directing for scripted television with Guantanamo, a multi-season dramatic series. Weinstein Television has acquired the series and plans to shop it in upcoming weeks. 206 more words

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#7 Deconstructing The Diner Scene from Natural Born Killers

For this prompt, I will discuss and deconstruct the diner scene from one of my favourite movies Natural Born Killers, directed by Oliver Stone. NBK follows two messed up lovers, Mickey (Woody Harrelson) and Mallory Knox (Juliette Lewis), on a murder spree through America. 1,850 more words

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#7 Deconstructing The Diner Scene from Natural Born Killers

For this prompt, I will discuss and deconstruct the diner scene from one of my favourite movies Natural Born Killers, directed by Oliver Stone. NBK follows two messed up lovers, Mickey (Woody Harrelson) and Mallory Knox (Juliette Lewis), on a murder spree through America. 1,848 more words

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Platoon (1986)

It’s a rather interesting parallel that Charlie Sheen is playing much the same role his father did in Apocalypse Now. At least in the sense that they become our entry point into the mire of war, specifically in Vietnam. 663 more words

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Oliver Stone Heading To Cannes With 'The Putin Interviews'; IM Global Selling

EXCLUSIVE: Oliver Stone looks set to return to the Croisette this year with his four-hour doc The Putin Interviews, which debuts in the U.S. on Showtime next month. 275 more words

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