"Initially it was very had for me to watch, because knowing that someone who had had a hand in creating me who had went through so much," says Leonard Holton, J.R. (4th great grandson). "There were points in the movie I couldn't watch, it felt like I was Solomon, it felt like it was me."
The first official trailer for Lars Von Trier's drama starring Stacy Martin, Shia LaBeouf, Charlotte Gainsbourg and Stellan Skarsgard. The film about a self-diagnosed nymphomaniac can be seen on Demand on March 6 and in select theaters March 21.
From 1986's "Salvador" to 1989's "Born on the Fourth of July," the filmmaker shares stories about his past projects: endless rain, budget troubles and letting an actress go because she wouldn't rehearse properly. READ MORE
Yes, Oliver Stone will tell you about losing his virginity to a call girl, smoking grass, doing ecstasy and everything about his colorful life in between. But nowadays, Savages' controversial director is mellower, happier and has nothing to hide: "I'm not a Prozac person anymore." READ MORE
Can you win two Oscars playing the same role? An actor rarely gets the opportunity to revive a breakthrough role in a way that allows him to rethink the character in terms of changes time has wrought and to reflect on where fatal flaws once lay. Michael Douglas does this brilliantly. READ MORE
After being released from prison, Gordon Geckko is willing to sacrifice anybody who stands in his way of getting back on top.