AFI Life Achievement Award recipient Michael Douglas let "Extra" in on a few secrets about the upcoming sequel to "Wall Street"!
Douglas, who was honored by the American Film Institute last night in Beverly Hills, told us, "Oliver Stone, who directed the first one, is back. And he's sworn me, all of us, to secrecy." Douglas joked, "As a matter of fact, if you get to see the script before I do, let me know."
Douglas will return to the role that won him an Oscar -- as the ruthless Gordon Gekko -- and is set to star alongside Shia LeBeouf.
"Transformers" star Shia LaBeouf is trading in cars for stock tips -- he's been tapped to star in "Wall Street 2."
"Extra" has confirmed that the former Disney star will appear in the sequel to the 1987 classic alongside Michael Douglas. Original cast member Charlie Sheen will not be in the sequel.
"Wall Street 2," set to be directed by Oliver Stone, will reportedly center around the current Wall Street meltdown and economic crisis.
Rising star Shia LaBeouf confirmed that he once dated pop star Rihanna, but insists the relationship never went beyond the first date!
Nearly two years after rumors circulated about the pair's alleged romance, Shia confessed to Playboy that he met up with the "Umbrella" singer while filming "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull," but there was no chemistry.
In the June issue of Playboy, LaBeouf reveals how Rihanna contacted him. "I was filming a sword fight when I got the message. I said, 'Can this be my life?'" The two decided to meet up. "It never got beyond one date," he says. "The spark wasn't there. We weren't passionate about each other in that way, so we remain friends."
LaBeouf's new flick, "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" blasts into theatres June 24.
Michael Douglas broke the news on Wednesday's "Ellen DeGeneres Show" -- "Wall Street 2" is a go!
Douglas won an Oscar for his role in the 1987 classic. He hinted at the sequel's plot, saying, "It sort of starts up a couple of years ago. Gordon Gekko just gets out of jail."
"Extra" sources say Charlie Sheen will not be back, but Oliver Stone will produce and direct, and "Transformers" star Shia LaBeouf has also signed on.
Shia LaBeouf's movies have banked nearly a billion dollars in the past few years -- so why does he need his mom to drive him around town?
The "Transformers" star rode alongside momma Shayna while running errands in L.A. The 22-year-old's mom took the wheel because his driver's license was suspended after his accident in July 2008 that shattered his hand -- which is still in a cast.
LaBeouf can be seen on the big screen this summer in "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen," opposite Megan Fox.