Frank Langella Joins the Wall Street Sequel
This is cool, from Variety:
Frank Langella set for ‘Wall Street 2’
Actor joins LaBeouf, Douglas in Stone sequel
Frank Langella will join the cast of “Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps,” the Oliver Stone-directed sequel for 20th Century Fox.
Shia LaBeouf stars with Michael Douglas, who’ll reprise his Gordon Gekko role. Josh Brolin is reportedly circling a part in the Allan Loeb-scripted drama as well.
Langella is in talks to play Lewis Zabel, an old-time broker who mentors LaBeouf’s character, a young Wall Street broker. The mentor’s fate plays a major part in the film’s plot.
It’s Langella’s first role since his Oscar-nominated turn as Richard Nixon in “Frost/Nixon” in 2008.
For those of us hoping Stone gets the sequel right, I’d put this in the column of encouraging news.
Langella Joins Wall Street 2 (Variety)
My previous commentary on the Wall Street Sequel
H/T The Big Picture