Wall Street


In 2007, The New York Times reported that a sequel, Money Never Sleeps, was in pre-production.[34] Michael Douglas reprised his role as Gordon Gekko. The film focused on Gekko, recently released from prison, and re-entering a much more chaotic financial world than the one he once oversaw.[34] Charlie Sheen reprised his character of Bud Fox in a cameo role.[35] Daryl Hannah was not involved in the sequel.[36][37]

In April 2009, 20th Century Fox confirmed that the sequel was still in development and announced that Oliver Stone would direct.[38] In addition, Shia LaBeouf was cast, with Josh Brolin.[39] Javier Bardem had been considered,[40] but dropped out due to scheduling conflicts.[41] The film was released on September 24, 2010.[42]

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