Wall Street 2 International Trailer

Published 4 years ago by , Updated March 3rd, 2014 at 6:28 am,

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The international trailer for Oliver Stone’s Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps has appeared online and unlike the slick, hard-rock preview we got in the Wall Street 2 teaser trailer, this new trailer has more of a laid back approach, letting us in on what the actual story of the film is all about.

Michael Douglas is back as Wall Street shark Gordon Gekko, now fresh out of prison (where he landed himself at the end of the first film) only to discover a world where his brand of greed has become the norm. Shia LaBeouf plays a young wannabe Wall Street player, who sees a path to some big money under Gekko’s wing.

Did I mention that LaBeouf’s character is also engaged to Gekko’s estranged daughter (the lovely Carey Mulligan)?

Watch sparks (and money) fly in this international trailer for Wall Street 2:

Douglas is easily the best thing about this film and despite the years tacked on to his age since first playing Gekko back in the eighties, he’s still just as much the shark as he ever was. I also like the supporting roles played by Josh Brolin and Frank Langella, as two successful Wall Street gents who are trying to guide (or misguide?) LaBeouf’s character.

I think a lot of people were thinking cheese-fest when Wall Street 2 was announced (the subtitle Money Never Sleeps didn’t help things) but I think these trailers are beginning to work their charms on folks. I definitely will be seeing this film, if only to watch Douglas and LaBeouf trade swords onscreen.

Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps hits theaters on April 23, 2010

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  1. OK, my interest is piqued with the angle they are taking with this plot.

  2. it actually looks decent. Douglas and LaBeouf Look Awesome

  3. Well the first trailer made Labeouf's character look like a huge douchebag, now it looks like he's the young, impressionable, eager to get ahead newcomer. I still need to see the original movie, sadly, but after I do, I will definitely be seeing this movie.

  4. The trailers do look pretty awesome, I'm not one for these kind of movies, but I was intruiged by Carey Mulligan ( I think she's abosolutely fantastic) and then got more intrueged by the trailers. This looks very entertaining and made (or at least edited) very well.

  5. Once Shia is on screen, you lost me. Game over. I'm not watching this film.

  6. Well Gordon Geckko provided us one of the most brilliant lines ever in the first one, and besides the female lead's horrible performance I enjoyed the movie a lot.

    This one looks like it may top the first, in different ways, but nonetheless I will go to see it.

    I only hope that Charlie Sheen does show up in a cameo.

  7. Despite the great talent in the supporting roles, I have a gut feeling this one will be a mere shadow of first Wall Street's brilliance.

    Douglas's appearance looks alot better – more polished, than he has in recent years.

  8. Despite the great talent in the supporting roles, I have a gut feeling this one will be a mere shadow of first Wall Street's brilliance.

    Douglas's appearance looks alot better – more polished, than he has in recent years.

  9. Despite the great talent in the supporting roles, I have a gut feeling this one will be a mere shadow of first Wall Street's brilliance.

    Douglas's appearance looks alot better – more polished, than he has in recent years.

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