Michael DouglasFox has confirmed it is in the early stages of developing a sequel to Oliver Stone’s 1987 movie Wall Street.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, Allan Loeb, who recently wrote 21 starring Kevin Spacey, is currently penning a script for the movie, entitled Money Never Sleeps. Michael Douglas has reportedly expressed interest in reprising the role of ruthless financial dealer Gekko – who was left facing a prison sentence due to illegal business transactions.

However, Douglas – who won an Oscar for his part in the original movie – is waiting to see a script before he signs up.

It has not yet been confirmed whether Charlie Sheen will return as the ambitious stockbroker Bud Fox, or if Stone has any interest in returning for directorial duties.

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