Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps

Visible crew/equipment: Several times during the movie, when Jacob rides his motorcycle you can see the camera reflection in his helmet.

Continuity mistake: After Jake signs the contract, the real estate seller lifts up her glasses. A frame later they're back down by the tip of her nose.

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Continuity mistake: After racing against Breet, Jake takes off his helmet and his hair is sweaty and messed. A frame later it's dry and perfectly brushed.

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Trivia: Shia Labeouf did a lot of research with real financial traders in order to prepare for his role. He also made money ($389,000) on his investments based on what he learned.

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Trivia: Michael Douglas (Gekko) shops in London's Savile Row store and a signed picture of Michael's father, Kirk Douglas, is hanging over a fireplace. The real picture is in fact hanging in a real London shop.

Trivia: In Wall Street (1987), Bud Fox moves up to a nice apt. building. In the re-make, when Gordon Gekko gets out of prison and rents his apt., it is in the same building that Bud Fox once lived in.

Gordon Gekko: Someone reminded me I once said "Greed is good." Now it seems it's legal. Because everyone is drinking the same Kool Aid.

Jacob Moore: If it weren't for people who took risks, where would we be in this world?

Lewis Zabel: There's so much you don't know, Jacob.

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Question: Didn't Gordon Gekko only have a son in Wall Street, not a daughter, as he does here in Wall Street Never Sleeps?

Chosen answer: Gordon did talk about his son (who was then about 3-years-old) to Bud Fox in Wall Street, but that does not mean he only had one kid. He may have had another child that wasn't mentioned. It's also possible that Gekko's wife was pregnant at the time he was indicted.

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