Frank Langella Is Heading to Wall Street

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No, Frank Langella is not leaving the acting profession. In fact, he's just snagged a role in the "Wall Street" sequel, according to Variety.

Directed by Oliver Stone, "Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps" casts Langella as Lewis Zabel, an "old-time broker who mentors [Shia] LaBeouf's character, a young Wall Street broker," according to the industry paper.

The film, of course, stars Michael Douglas, reprising his role as Gordon Gekko. Allan Loeb penned the script.

Langella was last seen on the silver screen in his Oscar-nominated performance in "Frost/Nixon." The versatile actor won the Tony Award for his portryal of Richard Nixon in the stage version of "Frost/Nixon."

Among Langella's upcoming film appearances are "The Box" (with Cameron Diaz and James Marsden) and "All Good Things" (with Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Ryan Gosling and Kirsten Dunst).

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