First Look: Shia LaBeouf in Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps
This is what happens when you make it big on Wall Street. You buy some rad loafers and chill in the park with a yacht-owning Frank Langella. That's what these new paparazzi photos from the set of Oliver Stone's Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps look like at first glance. Just Jared has posted the first small batch of photos showing Oliver Stone, Frank Langella, and Shia LaBeouf in Central Park shooting scenes from the upcoming sequel. We've heard plenty about this project recently (including this article), but these are the first photos we've seen, so far. These actually look pretty good, so check ’em out and click any to see more.
Money Never Sleeps will shoot in New York for a few more months and then arrive in theaters in early 2010 from 20th Century Fox. The story in this will span from June 2008 to the federal bailout in September. "We wanted to see some perspective in the same way that the original dealt with insider trading," Stone said in an earlier update. The script was written by Allan Loeb of Things We Lost in the Fire and 21 previously. I'm hoping we'll get to see some photos soon of Michael Douglas back as Gordon Gekko, as well as the rest of the supporting cast, which includes Susan Sarandon and Carey Mulligan (whom I'm currently in love with).
WTF is with those slippers?
TTEX on Sep 11, 2009
hmm? Not sure yet.
xerxex on Sep 11, 2009
Another classic for Shia LaDouche to ruin!
bltzie on Sep 11, 2009
Shia is a terrrible choice to lead this part,not only he has big shoes to fill, but after considering his past work (Transformers,Transformers 2 and Eagle Eye) he is a terrible actor which will probably ruin this movie for me personally. No Megan Fox in the world will want to make me see this movie.
PACH on Sep 11, 2009
Wait.... so not only did Shia LaBeouf get casted, but they started shooting!? damn. Uhh, shia doesn't seem like he would be a good pick, but maybe he can shine through, right?...right? eh, we'll see I guess.
Jesse Gouldsbury on Sep 11, 2009
It's amazing how the more talented someone is the more shit he gets. You just a bunch of fucqing unworthy haters and your opinion is worthless.
Proman on Sep 11, 2009
He should have gotten an Emmy for his work on "Even Stevens"
Greedo on Sep 12, 2009
To Proman....it is called jealousy. This young man is a fine actor and will even better as time goes on.
Nikia on Sep 12, 2009
Shia is a good actor all the hate comments are unwarranted. Shia has a good ability to wig out on cue not many people have that quality. I'm looking somewhat foward to this.
xerxex on Sep 12, 2009
i feel bad for frank langella... that guy delivered one of last years best performances... and now he has to play father to shia labeouf... ugggh... i dont like how this is going to end.
viral on Sep 12, 2009
wardrobe guy or whoever designed shias look needs to be fired, his character reeks of douchebaggery
harrison on Sep 12, 2009
fine actor? talented actor? Shia LaBeouf plays the same character in each and every one of his movies. Seriously it's like Mutt Willams was overshadowed by his dad INDIANA JONES and decided to hang out with CONSTANTINE instead, after that didn't work either he moved to DISTURBIA and the whole EAGLE EYE crap happened but he got help from the TRANSFORMERS, which he will introduce this year to Michael Douglas! I'm telling you it's the same role over and over...
bltzie on Sep 12, 2009
So bltzie you must really like Shia, because you seem to follow his career closely. Nah, I'm just joking man. Oh and you forgot I, Robot and The Greatest Game Ever Played.
xerxex on Sep 12, 2009
I'm really looking forward to his film. Shia is a wonderful actor. I really never understand the attitude of the few that have trouble with him. Great photos!
darden on Sep 12, 2009
He was great in HOLES - the film that launched his career. The guy can certainly act - ain't no doubt about it.
TTEX on Sep 12, 2009
His hand still looks mangled.
snickers on Sep 13, 2009
Shia's the man. Can't wait to see this one. People should lay off this talented guy.
Ostilad on Sep 14, 2009
I think roles like this can make or break any young actor's career-- I really hope it makes Shia's. This is his time to prove that he can be a versatile actor and that he can move away from the wholesome and 'easy-going' roles.. I can't wait to see how he fares once the movie is released, especially since he's going to star alongside big names like Michael Douglas, Frank Langella, and Susan Sarandon. Thanks for sharing these photos. I'm keeping my fingers crossed for Shia!
Beverly on Sep 14, 2009
The extra used on September 11th who portayed Shia Leboufs friend (Matt Berman) is an excellent actor who should have lines in the movie. (he is also a major recording artist).
Sweet Sounds Management on Oct 12, 2009
The ever tiresome -ever repetitive -Left-o-pathic -son of wealthy stockbrokers -and former Yalie -Oliver Stone -delivering another 'seen it already' walk through of what we already know. Meanwhile the anniversary of the Korean War passed without so much as a blip from Red China suck-up Hollywood -even as millions continue to suffer and die in the name of some other momma's boy's 'social progress'. You'd think Stone 'the veteran' might have bothered to remember. $$$trange -don't you think?
DR DTX on Nov 22, 2009
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