Hollywood likes to make movies about former presidents, and Oliver Stone has been a part of projects about President George W. Bush, President Ronald Reagan, President Richard Nixon, and President John F. Kennedy. So should audiences expect to see Stone make a movie about our current commander-in-chief? Based on a recent interview with Dan Rather, the answer appears to be a resounding NO.
Watch a snippet of the interview below:
This is not the first time Stone has spoken out against President Obama. In August, Stone called the President “a snake” in reference to the NSA spying program. “He’s a snake,” Stone said. “And we have to turn on him.”
“Anybody who thought that Oliver Stone was a friend of Barack Obama doesn't understand that Oliver Stone is a… communist revolutionary. He's a guy who actually believes in this stuff. He's a guy who believes Venezuela and Hugo Chavez is right, and he wants it done,” Glenn said on radio this morning. “If he was in Hugo Chavez's America, he would be more wealthy. People like this and Michael Moore, they don't like the competition. They don't like it. I mean look at Michael Moore is always saying, you know, ‘You can't make it.’ You made it!”