Fox puts stock in sequel

May 2007
Daily Variety;5/7/2007, Vol. 295 Issue 25, p5
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The article reports that Twentieth Century Fox will produce "Money Never Sleeps," a sequel to Oliver Stone's 1987 drama "Wall Street." Michael Douglas, who won an actor Oscar for his role in "Wall Street," will star in the sequel, but Stone will not be involved. Fox has negotiated with "Wall Street" producer Edward Pressman and has hired Stephen Schiff to write the sequel.


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