The first teaser trailer for Oliver Stone‘s much-anticipated sequel Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps is now online courtesy of IMDB.
The sequel comes 23 years after the 1987 original, Wall Street, which starred Michael Douglas as a financial master with questionable techniques who mentors and grooms a young new hot shot (Charlie Sheen) in the world of stocks. Douglas returns in the sequel after going to prison for a long time and ready to groom yet another young gun stockbroker (Shia LaBeouf) who just so happens to be engaged to his daughter (Carey Mulligan).
The teaser trailer is very well done and will get you excited for seeing a long trailer and the movie itself. You can immediately get a sense for the humor that Stone is going to bring to the table, and the natural humor that will come from someone like Douglas’s Gordon Gekko being re-released back into a wild that is absolutely NOTHING like the wild that he was once king of.
Click on over to the other side to check out the very cool trailer for Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps. You can also see a new poster for the movie and read a short synopsis!
23 years after the original, not 13. Welcome to the year 2010!
Comment by Jon — January 29, 2010 @ 1:09 pm
If the original was made in 1987, that’s 23 years, not 13. Man how time flies!
Comment by Schindler — January 29, 2010 @ 2:19 pm
I’m counting the days, here. I feel like I’m the only person psyched for this film sometimes!
Comment by Eliza — January 30, 2010 @ 11:11 am