Frank Langella Joins Wall Street 2

He's a broker in Oliver Stone's sequel

Frank Langella Joins Wall Street 2

by Chris Hewitt |
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The career renaissance of Frank Langella continues, with today’s news that the veteran actor has joined the cast of Oliver Stone’s Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps.

Langella, who bagged an Oscar nom for his last role as the Nixon part of the Frost/Nixon equation, will play Lewis Zabel, an old-school mentor to Shia LaBeouf’s character, a young broker who comes under the wicked influence of Michael Douglas’ Gordon Gekko.

According to Variety, a huge plot point revolves around Zabel’s fate – we’re guessing that it can’t be good.

Allan Loeb wrote the screenplay for the 20th Century Fox movie, which starts filming soon. Josh Brolin is also in talks to join the cast, replacing Javier Bardem.

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