Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Shia LeBeouf to follow the step of Charlie Sheen in Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps

After the successful portrayal of Charlie Sheen as Bud Fox in Wall Street 1 in 1987, Shia LeBeouf is now getting the same break like Sheen in Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps as he will be facing the Award Winning character portrayed by Michael Douglas as Gordon Gekko. The sequel is still directed by Oliver Stone and will be showing in all cinemas nationwide beginning September 29.

Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps follows the return of Gekko, Wall Street’s most notorious brilliant player in his time as a stock broker who was imprisoned for committing a financial crime. As we remembered in the first movie, Gekko already established himself as an enemy of big companies and he was admired by all including a young player named Fox. Gordon sees to opportunity of manipulating Fox who is also one of the intelligent brokers in his generation, by giving him all the things he needed, Gordon turned Fox to a monster like him. But Gordon and Bud’s relationship was shaken when Gekko tries to eliminate Blue Star Airlines in the game where Fox’s father is working. In the end both of them was arrested for committing financial felony. And now Gekko returns with vengeance, wanting to get back all that was taken from him including his wife and daughter who turns their back against him. He discovers another Bud Fox in the character of Jake Moore (LeBeouf), who is fragile and willing to go beyond the limits just to be on top and accidentally he is the fiancĂ© of Gordon’s daughter, Winnie (Carer Mulligan). Will Gekko win this fight now that the country is facing an economic crisis and turning Moore as a new ally until the end?


Before Wall Street 2, LeBouef did Transformers, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull and Disturbia and according to Stone, Shia reminds him as the young Tom Cruise of their similarity in work ethic, drive and energy as an actor. Shia confesses that he is a Wall Street 1 fan and he learns a lot from Stone where watches most of his movies.

In his role as Jake Moore, LeBeouf describes his character as a person who comes from a modest background and whose tenure as a caddie for Louis Zabel, the head of the esteemed investment bank Keller Zabel and Oliver did a wonderful job in coaching him in his role. “Oliver said, ‘If you want to do this you’d better get cracking (and do your homework),’ and I walked into a brokerage house office and asked them to set me up an account.” Shia ended.

Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps opens September 29 in theaters from 20th Century Fox to be distributed by Warner Bros.




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