'Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps'

<a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB001449" title="Michael Douglas" href="/topic/entertainment/michael-douglas-PECLB001449.topic">Michael Douglas</a>, left, returns as greedy exec Gordon Gekko, who, after a stretch behind bars, tries to reconnect with his daughter (Carey Mulligan) and becomes friendly with her fiance ( <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB002887" title="Shia LaBeouf" href="/topic/entertainment/movies/shia-labeouf-PECLB002887.topic">Shia LaBeouf</a>, right). <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB003679" title="Charlie Sheen" href="/topic/entertainment/charlie-sheen-PECLB003679.topic">Charlie Sheen</a>, star of the original "Wall Street," makes a cameo: "I was face to face with Michael again and there's <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB003785" title="Oliver Stone" href="/topic/entertainment/oliver-stone-PECLB003785.topic">Oliver [Stone</a>] behind the camera, grinning," he said. (April 23)
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Michael Douglas, left, returns as greedy exec Gordon Gekko, who, after a stretch behind bars, tries to reconnect with his daughter (Carey Mulligan) and becomes friendly with her fiance ( Shia LaBeouf, right). Charlie Sheen, star of the original "Wall Street," makes a cameo: "I was face to face with Michael again and there's Oliver [Stone] behind the camera, grinning," he said. (April 23)

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