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Moonwalk—not every famous person wanted to tell her their story. Diana Ross, Frank Sinatra, and the film director Oliver Stone were among those who declined her inquiries. She stood solidly behind Barbara Chase-Riboud, one of the first authors
eventually grew larger than the film itself, often referenced as the quintessential example of '80s excess. Director Oliver Stone also helmed the 2010 sequel, Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, in which Michael reprised his role opposite Shia LeBeouf
Harvard grad. She went to Yale for her undergraduate or who graduate degree party need MFA her first film was with Oliver Stone . She's an amazing actor incredible talent. And we decided that we were gonna get together. And do something really
know I was watching the movie W. And according to that movie and this is true or not but according to the movie the Oliver Stone film W. There are all these meetings that the former President George Bush would have with his advisors. And then
nonfiction classic to a profound—and subversive—American history (one he's developing as a TV series), the star of Oliver Stone 's W corrals his all-time favorite titles. I've always loved what reading does for me. It's my solace—being
They were guys together, veterans, remembering, joshing, storytelling. Until one of them blew their cover. Oliver Stone 's Platoon came out in 1986. There'd been Vietnam movies before then, but none had touched that unhealed wound
When someone says something nasty about you, there's no reason to let it bring you down. In these eight clips, Deepak Chopra, Shirley MacLaine, LeBron James, Bishop T.D. Jakes and others reveal how they weathered some of their harshest reviews and came out the other side stronger than before.