Gordon Gekko returns, ... reformed? warning about collapse? Javier Bardem has joined the cast, I guess. Needless to say, I'm psyched for this film. Opinions vary about Stone, but it's about time Hollywood covered the economic collapse. Stone thinks he can push out "Wall St. 2" by February. It hasn't even begun filming it yet, but I understand his ambition to keep it timely and not be delayed by lengthy production. An interesting bit of info regarding the script: http://www.filmschoolrejects.com/news/anton-chigurh-stalks-wall-street-in-oliver-stone-sequel.php LaBeouf plays a young Wall Street trader whose stockbroker mentor kills himself. He blames a hedge fund manager (Bardem) responsible for major stock shorting in his mentorâ€™s death and seeks the help of a disgraced Gordon Gekko (Douglas) in getting revenge. Gekko is fresh out of prison after serving time for his escapades in the first film, and he now sits on the fringe of the financial community. The additional kink in the mix is that LaBeouf is engaged to Gekkoâ€™s estranged daughter. The film reportedly spans from June 2008 through the recent Federal bailout and has a reformed Gekko warning the establishment that the market is about to crash. The original wasn't a perfect movie, but it did the trick. I'm sure Stone will add his artistic license to this one, but it'll be good to see a story put on the silver screen about the great wealth transfer of the 21st Century.