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Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps

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Release Date: September 24, 2010 (North America)

Genres: Drama, Sequel          MPAA Rating: PG-13

Production Phase: Released

Studio: 20th Century Fox   Production Company: Edward R. Pressman Film

Who's In It: Michael Douglas (Gordon Gekko), Shia LaBeouf (Jacob Moore), Carey Mulligan (Winnie Gecko), Frank Langella (Lewis Zabel), Charlie Sheen (Bud Fox)

Who's Making It: Oliver Stone (Director), Stanley Weiser (Screenwriter), Alan Loeb (Screenwriter), Ed Pressman (Producer),

Premise: After being away from the high-stakes world of high-risk investment for two decades, does Gordon Gekko have what it takes to rebuild his fortune and profit from greed? And can Gekko avoid the temptation to... More »

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Wednesday, March 10, 2010

If you were planning on seeing the Wall Street sequel in theaters next month, revise your plans. The studio has now pushed back the release of Money Never Sleeps to September 24.

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Friday, January 29, 2010

Want to watch the first trailer from Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps and see if any of the magic that made the first movie memorable is contained in its sequel? IMDb has it for you. Or if a click is too long to wait, check it out below:

 

 

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Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Our first set of spy photos from an exterior shoot have surfaced courtesy of The Daily Mail newspaper. The photos show Michael Douglas emerging from his trailer (seen on left) and scene between Shia LaBeouf and Frank Langella as the two walk in Central Park. There's a couple of minor story spoilers in the Mail's article so be warned about that before clicking over.

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Tuesday, September 8, 2009

In an interview with The New York Times with Oliver Stone, the director talks about how his original Wall Street film caught the imagination of a whole generation of bankers that admired Gordon Gekko and his personification of excess. Actor Michael Douglas was also quoted about what it's like revisiting his character after 20 years.

The Times also reveals that Charlie Sheen will reprise his character from the first film, Bud Fox, and we'll see where the turbulent world of finance has left him after his brush with Gekko in the 1980s.

Filming commences this week.

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Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Susan Sarandon is in talks to play the mother of Shia LaBeouf's rookie stock trader in the film.

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Monday, August 10, 2009

Frank Langella is close to joining the growing cast of the sequel. His character is Lewis Zabel, an experienced stock broker who takes Shia LaBeouf's character under his wing. Variety discloses that Langella's character plays an important role as the movie heads toward its conclusion.

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Monday, July 27, 2009

According to Deadline Hollywood Daily, Josh Brolin is receiving an official offer today to play the villain in the film. "Fox's first choice was Javier Bardem, but he turned down the stock-shorting hedge fund manager role," writes the site's creator, Nikki Finke. "And, with the film's start date fast approaching, I'm told that Stone and screenwriter Allan Loeb also have finally locked the script. In fact, Oliver and Josh, who did W together most recently, were overheard at dinner earlier this month talking about the screenplay."

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Thursday, July 23, 2009

Javier Bardem has exited starring in the Wall Street sequel due to "scheduling conflicts."

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Thursday, June 18, 2009

Latino Review breaks the exclusive that British actress Carey Mulligan has been cast in the role of Winnie Gecko, the daughter of Michael Douglas' Gordon Gecko. In the film's story Winnie is the fiancee of Shia LaBeouf's character and hasn't communicated to her father in over a decade. She blames the elder Gecko for the suicide of her brother.

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Tuesday, June 2, 2009

According to Deadline Hollywood Daily, Oscar-winning Best Actor Javier Bardem has been cast as the film's primary villain, a hedge fund manager, and that screenwriter Allan Loeb is handing in his second draft sometime this week.

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Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Oliver Stone has been signed to direct the sequel to Wall Street, now called Wall Street 2, and Michael Douglas has also been confirmed to reprise his Oscar-winning role of Gordon Gekko. Up in the air is the rumor that Shia LaBeouf is being approached to take the part of a young apprentice of Gekko's. [Full story]

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