Tweet: "'You're with a winner, you wont regret this' - Charlie Sheen as Bud Fox in Wall Street (winner-winning!) made me laugh." Lindsay Lohan has noticed Charlie Sheen's 'winning' catchphrase in his 1987 movie Wall Street.
Quote: "It will be nice to get out. I haven't been out for a while. I'm sure I'm still going to have a glass of wine of two. (I'm) very appreciative (of the nomination)." Michael Douglas is looking forward to attending the Golden Globes on Sunday night (16Jan11), following his all-clear diagnosis from cancer. He is nominated in the Best Supporting Actor for his role in Wall Street: MONEY NEVER SLEEPS.
Quote: "I try not to dwell on a bad marriage. I learned a saying: 'I wish I got out earlier.'" Michael Douglas refuses to be upset after a legal battle with his ex-wife DIANDRA, who went after half his earnings from Wall Street: MONEY NEVER SLEEPS earlier this year (10).
Quote: "I warned Shia about that. I told him, 'Do not get involved with your leading lady. Trust me. Whatever you do, don't do that.'" Michael Douglas isn't surprised his Wall Street: MONEY NEVER SLEEPS co-stars Carey Mulligan and Shia LaBeouf's real-life romance ended last month (Oct10).
Quote: "Some banks behave. I was at a private screening last night for bankers and asked them if they lost out in the (Wall Street) crash. They said, 'No, because we were boring.'" Director Oliver Stone is adamant not all traders are as greedy as those in his latest movie, WALL STREET: MONEY NEVER SLEEPS.
Quote: "My mum's still got a crush on him. I think I have a little crush on him! Everybody has a little crush on him!" SHIA LaBEOUF is a big fan of his lovable Wall Street: MONEY NEVER SLEEPS co-star Michael Douglas.
Quote: "He couldn't believe I asked him to do retakes... because he's used to telling directors what to do; it's not that easy for him to be told what to do." Oliver Stone had difficulty directing Donald Trump for new movie Wall Street: MONEY NEVER SLEEPS. The real-estate mogul's cameo was eventually cut from the theatrical release after Stone branded Trump's appearance "distracting" from the plot.
Quote: "I was six months when it came out. I saw it with my dad when I was 12. I was a school drop out and didn't know much about the economy, about math, but it didn't matter; it was a father/son movie." SHIA LaBEOUF was drawn to sign up for the new Wall Street: MONEY NEVER SLEEPS movie after watching the 1987 original with his father as a youth.
Quote: "He carries the movie. I had to do that before, and I know the responsibility, but Shia carries every scene. It's a tremendous responsibility for anybody." Hollywood veteran Michael Douglas heaps praise on SHIA LaBEOUF, his co-star in Wall Street: MONEY NEVER SLEEPS.
Quote: "He's the proverbial Energizer Bunny. I have no doubt he can fight this thing and win." Wall Street director Oliver Stone is adamant actor Michael Douglas will overcome his throat cancer battle.
Quote: "He's fine. He's a smart guy; you just kinda get him on the wrong day sometimes... He's got a lot going on his head... Oliver treats you like Vietnam, like you're in the trenches. He is tough and he tests you, and, as a result, he gets good results." Michael Douglas on working with Wall Street director Oliver Stone.
Quote: "I felt the pressure coming into this, a cast of heavy hitters. The only way I could outdo them is know more than everybody else." SHIA LaBEOUF felt the need to brush up on his stock market knowledge before shooting Wall Street: MONEY NEVER SLEEPS with Michael Douglas, Josh Brolin and Frank Langella.
Quote: "Oh, yeah, like everyone else I took a hit in 2008, yeah. I couldn't escape it because it was almost a comprehensive hit. I mean, the system is out of control. The solution has got to be regulation but there are other issues at stake...This is a crazy system." Wall Street director Oliver Stone lost money in the global economic crisis of 2008.
Quote: "Michael Douglas was an open wound. That dude is in pain. He was emotional putty on the set. A struggling man. We filmed a struggling man." SHIA LaBEOUF felt his co-star MICHAEL DOUGLAS' pain over his son CAMERON's imminent sentencing for drug trafficking while the pair filmed Wall Street: MONEY NEVER SLEEPS.
Quote: "She's an unbelievably thought-provoking actress, the most talented actress I've ever met in my life, by leaps and bounds. Neither one of us are fame whores. It works out. It's not like we're the premiere couple; we're not the red carpet king and queen." Shia LaBeouf has high praise for his Wall Street: MONEY NEVER SLEEPS co-star and real-life girlfriend, Carey Mulligan.
Fact: Moviemaker Oliver Stone's Wall Street sequel has been pushed back to a September (10) release to allow the director to make a splash at the Cannes Film Festival in May (10). The film, starring Michael Douglas and Shia LaBeouf, was slated for a 23 April (10) release - but now film fans will have to wait until 24 September to see Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, according to Variety.
Quote: "It was the first time I had to do a very specific accent. Before, when I've had to do an American accent, I have done my general American accent, which I picked up from watching Friends." Carey Mulligan on nailing her performance in Oliver Stone's upcoming Wall Street: MONEY NEVER SLEEPS.
Fact: Susan Sarandon is the latest big name to join the star-studded cast of the upcoming Wall Street sequel MONEY NEVER SLEEPS. Michael Douglas, Frank Langella, Shia LaBeouf and Martin Sheen are all confirmed to be in the new film. Sarandon will play LaBeouf's mother in the movie, which is slated to begin filming later this year (09).
Quote: "I get a run of drunken investment bankers coming up to me at bars saying, 'You're the man. You're the reason I got involved in this business. I'm going, 'But I'm the bad guy!' And they're like, 'No, no!' So there you go. Greed is good." Michael Douglas' Wall Street bad guy GORDON GEKKO inspired a generation of real-life corporate villains.