Oliver Stone: Hollywood Too Politically Correct, ‘Too Fragile, Too Sensitive’

Academy Award-winning director Oliver Stone (“Platoon,” “JFK”) has had enough of Hollywood’s “sensitivity.”

Speaking with The New York Times to promote his upcoming memoir, Stone said the film industry has become too politically correct, “too sensitive,” and “too fragile.” This shift has pushed him into making documentaries instead of narrative-based films such as “Snowden,” about NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, which was released in 2016.

“The problem is in Hollywood. It’s just so expensive – the marketing. Everything has become too fragile, too sensitive,” he said. “Hollywood now – you can’t make a film without a Covid adviser. You can’t make a film without a sensitivity counselor. It’s ridiculous.” Read more…