The film will be based on "The Snowden Files" by Guardian journalist Luke Harding
"It's hard to build tension if you've given the ghost away early on," Max Borenstein tells TheWrap in new edition of The Writers' Room
The upcoming film festival announces its jury
The director of "No" and "Tony Manero" is in negotiations to take the reins of Universal's classic immigrant tale
"Boyhood," indie icon's latest, will screen at the festival
The second season of AXS TV's show kicks off with the "Platoon" director blasting the "Lincoln" helmer
Shockingly, the outspoken director is not a fan of the government targeting protestors
The actor talks to TheWrap about his role as a Mexican detective in FX's new series, debuting Wednesday at 10 p.m.
After costly flops like "The Wolfman," "Cowboys & Aliens" and "Battleship," the studio has released seven movies in a row that topped the box office...
The politically-charged filmmaker spoke out during an appearance at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival
The Oscar-winning actor is in talks to play a married man who falls for a prostitute
"Ironside" star Blair Underwood isn't the first able-bodied actor to play a disabled character on television or film
Philip Martin is directing from a script by Richard D'Ovidio ("The Call")
Joaquin Phoenix is set to star in Warner Bros.' adaptation of the Thomas Pynchon detective novel
Agnieszka Holland to head international jury
And what qualifies as horror for Oliver Stone? A tiger at sea.
Venezuela president Hugo Chavez, who died Tuesday, will "live forever in history," Oliver Stone says
The Zurich Film Festival announced the 111 films in its program on Thursday
Sony's franchise reboot takes in $65M over weekend, giving "The Amazing Spider-Man" $140M in North America for the six-day holiday period
Reviews are divided on Taylor Kitsch's latest vehicle, "Savages," with some critics praising its pulpy style and others condemning its violent excesses
Oliver Stone’s mash-up of film-noir grit and The CW sparkle works only in fits and starts
Salma Hayek, Benicio Del Toro, Taylor Kitsch, Aaron Johnson and Blake Lively all preview their characters from Oliver Stone's upcoming film
California's lieutenant governor has booked Oliver Stone and the CEO of Skype as well
Blake Lively, Taylor Kitsch, Benicio Del Toro and Salma Hayek throw down in Oliver Stone's drug drama
Oliver Stone's son Sean recently converted to Islam on a trip to Iran, prompting his appearance on "The O'Reilly Factor"
Sean Stone converts in Iran while working on film
Additions to NYFF programming include sneak preview of Stone's "Secret History of the United States" miniseries
Brian De Palma's ultra-violent drug-gang drama will play at 475 theaters nationwide for a one-night digital-cinema run August 31; event set to support Blu-ray release
Filmmaker is sentenced to six years in jail by Islamic Republic and a 20-year ban on making films. Martin Scorsese
A financial reporter isn't buying “Wall Street,” and Jesse Eisenberg isn’t acting