Oliver Stone's next feature will be dramatist effort entitled "Bush". The negative p.r. for the most inarticulate US of A president looks set to continue.
In the way of recent politico films, Stone directed "Comandante", a documentary, or "buddy film", on Fidel Castro for HBO. And he wanted to shoot a doc on Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, but was refused for being "part of the Great Satan".
Stone plans on starting production by April, with a release date in time for the election in November, or the inauguration of Bush’s successor in January. He's in talks with Josh Brolin, star of "No Country For Old Men", to play the title role.