Gordina? Well no, but maybe.Via Dealbreaker, Nikki Finkeâs Deadline Daily has detail on the latest version of the plot for the long a-rumoured Wall Street II: Michael Douglas, as everyone already knows, reprises his Best Actor Oscar-winning role as Gordon Gekko. But what hasnât been reported is that, as the movie begins, itâs 21 years later and Mr. Greed Is Good has finished serving his prison sentence. He finds himself on the fringe of the financial community. Gekko is cautioning Wall Street that the âend is comingâ â but nobody is listening. So Gordon is obsessed with trying to repair his ruptured relationship with his daughter. Yes, you read that rightWall Street 2âs story spans from June 2008 through the federal bailout. âWe wanted to see some perspective in the same way that the dealt with insider trading,â a source explains to me. Meanwhile, a long list of Wall Street types are offering their help to make sure the script is accurate. Same thing happened with the original. Jeff âMad Dogâ Beck, then a star investment banker at ill-fated Drexel Burnham Lambert before he was exposed as a fraud, was one of the filmâs technical advisers and even had a cameo appearance. But Kenneth Lipper, investment banker and former deputy mayor of New York for Finance and Economic Development, did the real heavy lifting: he was hired as chief technical adviser and ensured the film was realistic. Weiser and Stone consulted dozens of Wall Street names for the film. So, which banking titans and monsters of Mayfair were consulted for WS2? Veteran FT Alphaville readers will, of course, remember that all the way back in June 2007 - two years ago - we broke news of WS2 and the fact that - then, at least - it was due to be set in London. Indeed, script writer Stephen Schiff had been sent to the UK on a fact-finding mission. If anyone knows of any London based finance-types that might make good Gordon Gekko daughter material - and no, not in a creepy way - drop us a line. http://ftalphaville.ft.com/blog/2009/06/03/56598/gordon-gekko-has-a-daugher/ You have to love / hate this industry !