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Could we see another sequel to a much-loved ‘80s classic from the man who’s preparing to unleash Gordon Gekko on the world for a second time?

Oliver Stone has told Total Film he loved returning to Gekko so much that there could be further surprises in store…

 “It’s been great to go back with Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps,” he enthused. “I should go back and do Son of Scarface or something!”

 Stone, in London to discuss his Hugo Chavez documentary South of the Border, wouldn’t elaborate, but, changing the story to follow (the deceased) Tony Montana’s progeny would certainly be in keeping with Wall Street 2, which gives Gordon Gekko a daughter.

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