Awesome Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps Theatrical Trailer
"It's easy to get in, it's hard to get out." 20th Century Fox has debuted an international trailer for Oliver Stone's Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps over on The Sun, the British tabloid we've all come to hate. Back during Sundance we featured the first teaser trailer for Wall Street 2 and I thought it looked great, but this looks much better. I'm actually pretty excited for this! I love the plot, I love the setup, I can't wait to see where this goes. I hope Gekko gets back up on top of Wall Street, even though that's rooting for the bad guy, that's what I'd love to see. But the big question is if they show too much in this. I don't think so, do you?
Watch the theatrical trailer for Oliver Stone's Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps:
You can also watch the Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps trailer in High Definition on Apple
Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps is once again directed by Oliver Stone, the veteran filmmaker behind the original Wall Street as well as many other great films such as Platoon, Born on the Fourth of July, Natural Born Killers, JFK, Nixon, Any Given Sunday, Alexander, World Trade Center, and W. most recently. The screenplay was written by Allan Loeb (Things We Lost in the Fire, 21) with a story by Bryan Burrough. This is a direct sequel to the original Wall Street released back in 1987. 20th Century Fox is bringing Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps to theaters on Wednesday, April 21st, just before the summer movie season kicks off.
Nick Sears on Feb 18, 2010
kool-aid? why you gotta be racist like that gecko?
snitch robinson on Feb 18, 2010
Looks like a worthy sequel... Is it jsut me or does Shia look like Christian Bale
dffsgf on Feb 18, 2010
Absolutely phenomenal trailer. I am definitely excited to see this film.
John on Feb 18, 2010
I want Bud Fox!!!
austin on Feb 18, 2010
The script is excellent. Have crazy high hopes for this.
getadog on Feb 18, 2010
Comming from the finance industry, people who have watched the trailers see a complete cop out. Will never live up to the first, its trying too hard.
Raj on Feb 18, 2010
BoxOfficeZ on Feb 18, 2010
Much improved over the teaser!
PJ on Feb 18, 2010
Man looks incredible...and #3 its just you lol.
Cody on Feb 18, 2010
I am totally sold on this one, Shia still looks a little young but I'll let that slide. This is going to be on my must see list this year.
MMH on Feb 18, 2010
ahh why does this look so good? i dont understand. RENTAL.
ben on Feb 18, 2010
Shia looks great
Kate on Feb 19, 2010
i hate that sheen only has a cameo. must be about that 911 truth rant.
Michael P. Shipley on Feb 19, 2010
That girl is an annoying character
Lee on Feb 19, 2010
Totally going to be a great film. For what it is of coarse.
Atomic Popcorn on Feb 19, 2010
perfect song for the trailer
AC on Feb 19, 2010
George W. Bush rides built bikes? That's so cool, if I knew that I would have pushed for a third term.
Frank on Feb 19, 2010
Good to see Stone back in act.
dELVIS on Feb 19, 2010
I heard about the this sequel some time ago, looks like a leopard never changes its spots, looking forward to seeing it.
Richard Arblaster on Feb 19, 2010
Hey Snitch... the Kool-Aid line was not supposed to be racist at all... being a professional nerd that writes about silicon valley and startups... the phrase drinking the kool-aid... is used a lot to mean someone has totally become a fanboy of that product or service... sadly...the phrase was born from the tragic mass suicides of the Jonestown massacre when over 900 believers in their leader Jim Jones drank a cyanide-laced Kool-Aid (not confirmed if it was indeed that brand who that's how the legend started)
paisano on Feb 19, 2010
As the global economy teeters on the brink of disaster, a young Wall Street trader partners with disgraced former Wall Street corporate raider Gordon Gekko on a two-tiered mission: To alert the financial community to the coming doom, and to find out who was responsible for the death of the young trader's mentor.
CineLoad on Feb 19, 2010
this looks liek it could be one of the few sequels that really work but for one thing...lose the kid...he sucks in everything they stick him in...exchange the romance angle to something more involved in Gordns return to the life and this will be a seriously great story....jmo...
slopshoe smith on Feb 19, 2010
La Beouf = Yawn
moif on Feb 19, 2010
Hmmm, typical movie.Looks nice though.
Fisherr on Feb 20, 2010
This looks good. Maybe for the first sequel in a long time that is meaningful and can stand on it's own perhaps? Or is that just wishful thinking?
scott on Feb 20, 2010
SHIA LABEOUF!!! NO NO NO NO. I probably wont see just cause of the Doshieness that flows from his presents. This will be Michael Douglas's equivalent to Sharon Stone's Basic Instinct 2. And that's a promise. Smelly and Smiling 😉 John Stamos
John Stamos on Feb 20, 2010
Wall Street never sleeps! 🙂
DIGITAL DRUGS on Feb 23, 2010
Michael Douglas is back again! 🙂
WOMEN TOYS on Feb 23, 2010
This is the first sequel to an Oliver Stone film, so it might not have the "sequel quality" that some folks believe, must wait... Great cast with Susan Sarandon, Michael Douglas, Martin and Charlie Sheen. Naomi Watts and Cate Blanchett were considered for the role of Sylvia Moore and Javier Bardem was considered for the " villain" role.
Voice123 - Trailer Voice Over on Feb 24, 2010
I am Old Skool. I always believed that the original Wall Street was a modern day version of Goethes Faust. With Bud Fox making a packed with the Devil. That film was about Bud Fox and his ambition and rude awakening of what it takes to successful on Wall Street and the price one pays. Ending with his redemption. While Gorden Gekko was iconic, amazing that his "Greed is Good Speech" which epitomised the greed of a Generation stuck in Monetarist Hayak economics only lasted for 45 seconds. But the sequel should be about Bud Fox, now matured and Gordon Gekko still as the pantimone villian. As someone already said in the orginial Gordon had an obsese Son not a daughter. What America and the Western World needs in general is a Film that reflects that financial turmoil that was as impactful as the one back in 1987 when the original Wall Street came out, and on par with the 1929 Crash. A Film that unrevals the mess millions of us have ended up in while at the same time using the Chess Pieces (Actors characters) to assit us. Oh well as long as Oliver Stone doe's a better job than that rehash of "the Prisoner" should not be too bad.
Budd Fox on May 1, 2010
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