With Oliver Stone’s sequel Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps hitting theaters later this year, it looks like the legendary filmmaker has no plans of slowing down. From Platoon (1986) to Any Given Sunday (1999), Oliver Stone’s directorial range has given audiences a glimpse into everything from murder to football, wall street to fallen presidents.
Other than being a very accomplished director, Oliver Stone is also a very capable screenwriter. His deft grasp of story and character has allowed him to not only pen his ideas on paper, but to properly translate then unto the screen.
See a compiled collection of his written feature-length works below:
Quentin Tarantino is undoubtedly one of modern cinema’s living legends. Bursting into the scene with the critically acclaimed debut Reservoir Dogs, Tarantino would later solidify his influence in cinema with his directorial follow, Pulp Fiction. His strong sense for sharp dialogue, graphic violence, and alternative narrative structures have always begun on the page, proving that he is as spirited screenwriter as he is a director.
Listed below are a collection of Tarantino’s penned screenplays.