Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps

Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps

Director: Oliver Stone Cast: Michael Douglas, Shia LaBeouf, Frank Langella
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Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps

Ambitious young investment banker Jacob Moore (Shia LaBeouf) discovers that greed is still the name of the game when he forges a fragile alliance with onetime Wall Street hotshot Gordon Gekko (Michael Douglas) shortly after Gekko is released from prison. Having served eight years for securities fraud, money laundering, and racketeering, Gekko emerges from prison to find that his daughter, Winnie (Carey Mulligan), prefers to remain estranged, and that his former Wall Street cohorts are still raking in the cash. Flash-forward to 2008, and Winnie is dating a proprietary trader named Jake Moore (LaBeouf), who expresses a passion for green energy while working for his mentor Louis Zabel (Frank Langella), of Keller Zabel Investments. Despite heading up one of the most prominent investment firms in the country, Louis Zabel is forced to personally fight for the future of Keller Zabel before the Federal Reserve after the company's stock takes a hit due to persistent rumors that it's being dragged down by debt. Denied a bailout from the government, Keller Zabel soon falls victim to a hostile takeover lead by powerful investment bank partner Bretton James (Josh Brolin), of Churchill Schwartz. His job on the line and his mentor out of the picture, Jake discovers that Gordon Gekko is out promoting his new book "Is Greed Good?" and decides to attend a lecture being given by the author at Fordham University. According to Gekko, greed is now sanctioned by the government, and the U.S. economy is on the verge of collapse as a direct result of leveraged debt and wild conjecture. When Jake goes behind Winnie's back to try and repair her relationship with her father, Gekko reveals his compelling theories on the likely reasons for Zabel's downfall. Later, as Jake begins plotting to avenge his mentor, Gekko starts to reveal his true colors.

Product Details

Release Date: 12/21/2010
UPC: 0024543698081
Original Release: 2010
Rating: PG-13
Source: 20th Century Fox
Time: 2:13:00

Special Features

Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps in High Definition; Audio Commentary by Director Oliver Stone; A Conversation with Oliver Stone and the Cast of Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps; Money, Money, Money: The Rise and Fall of Wall Street; Deleted and Extended Scenes with Optional Commentary by Oliver Stone; Fox Movie Channel presents In Character With... Michael Douglas, Shia LaBeouf, Carey Mulligan, Josh Brolin and Frank Langelia

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Michael Douglas Gordon Gekko
Shia LaBeouf Jake Moore
Frank Langella Louis Zabel
Carey Mulligan Winnie Gekko
Josh Brolin Bretton James
Susan Sarandon Jake' Mother
Eli Wallach Jules Steinhardt
Austin Pendleton Dr. Masters
John Bedford Lloyd Treasury Secretary
Vanessa Ferlito Audrey
John Buffalo Mailer Robby
Jason Clarke New York Fed Chief
Christian Baha Hedge Fund Chief
Maria Bartiromo News Host
Waltrudis Buck Zabel's Secretary
Alice Burla 13 Year Old Pianist
Anthony Cochrane Shoe Salesman, London
Frank Cornei Gekko's Landlord
Michael Genet James' Butler
Richard Green Boxer
Limor Hakim Rumor Spreading Executive at Window
Edward Henzel Rumor Spreading Executive
Sondra James Lady at Book Signing
Harry Kerrigan Prison Guard
Nan Lu Chinese Executive
Edmund Lyndeck Patient
Tom Mardirosian District Attorney
Sylvia Miles Realtor
Manu Narayan Quant Analyst
Annika Pergament Reporter
Annie McEnroe Pressman Woman at Birthday
Eric Purcell Jeweler
Eliyas Qureshi Cabbie
Dieter Riesle Swiss Bank Official
Nouriel Roubini Economist on TV
Oliver Stone Investor
Richard Stratton Prison Cage Guard
Faye Wattleton Professor at Fordham
Catherine Wolf Zabel's Wife
Thomas Belesis Zabel Trader
Darin Guerrasio Zabel Trader
Greg Hildreth Zabel Trader
George Steven Blumenthal Bank President
Emmett Fitzsimmons Bank President
Madison Mason Bank President
Michael Cumpsty Churchill Schwartz Partner
Jean Pigozzi Churchill Schwartz Partner
Natalie Morales Churchill Schwartz Trader
Olaf Rogge Churchill Schwartz Partner
Carrie Lee Reuters Reporter
Rhonda Schaffler Reuters Reporter
Eloise DeJoria Woman #1 at Party
Coralie C. Paul Woman #2 at Party
Sean Stone Hedge Fund Trader #1
Peter Antico Hedge Fund Trader #2
Mark Gray Hedge Fund Trader #3
Richard Crawford London Barber
Paul Grunert London Barber
Roy Insana TV Analyst
Andrew Serwer TV Analyst
Vincent Farrell TV Analyst
Anthony Scaramucci Panelist on TV
Ali Velshi Panelist on TV
Jim Cramer Newscaster
Becky Quick Newscaster
David Faber Newscaster
Melissa Lee Newscaster
Larry Kudlow Newscaster
Carl Quintanilla Newscaster
Sue Herera Newscaster
Ed Bergtold Trader at Urinal
Tim Wilson Trader at Urinal
Mike DiGiacinto Trader at Urinal
Kevin Keels Trader at Urinal
Ben Nisman Trader at Urinal
Laura Dawn Winnie's Office Co-Worker
Amber Dixon Brenner Winnie's Office Co-Worker
Curzon Dobell London Tailor
Leonard Logsdail London Tailor
Warren Buffett Himself
Melissa Francis Herself
Sunil Hirani Himself
Joe Kernan Himself
Thomas M. Joyce Himself
Graydon Carter Himself
James Chanos Himself
Steve Liesman Himself

Technical Credits
Oliver Stone Director
Matiki Anoff Makeup
Craig Armstrong Score Composer
David Brenner Editor
Alessandro Camon Executive Producer
Kathleen Chopin Casting
Celia Costas Executive Producer
Sarah Halley Finn Casting
Leslie Fuller Makeup
Adrian Grunberg Asst. Director
Paul D. Kelly Art Director
Eric Kopeloff Producer
Susan Reilly Lehane Makeup
Stuart Levy Editor
Allan Loeb Screenwriter
Tod A. Maitland Sound Mixer
Ellen Mirojnick Costumes/Costume Designer
Julie Monroe Editor
Edward R. Pressman Producer
Rodrigo Prieto Cinematographer
Stephen Schiff Screenwriter
Alex Young Executive Producer
Kristi Zea Production Designer

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Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
movienut2001 More than 1 year ago
I generally stay away from sequels. But this one intrigued me. For film nuts there is a great crane up early in the movie. It is very well crafted... good enough sums up my attitude toward the story.
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