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Taking aim at the producers of 'Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps', he states, "It was 'Wall Street 2', which in fact has a fair bit of my music in it - chopped about in the most cretinous manner.'
Russell Brand has another reason to celebrate beside his weekend wedding for his movie enters number 1 in U.K. Box Office.
The drama starring Michael Douglas opened with $1.7 million earnings which is $0.2 million away from 'Life as We Know It'.
The David Fincher-directed drama is a champ at the chart after praised by critics, while the remake of the highly-acclaimed Swedish horror film does not even enter the top five.
With an estimated $19 million opening gross, the 'Wall Street' sequel beats another newcomer 'Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole' which boasts its 3-D visuals.
Determined to attend his film's premiere, the cancer-stricken actor joins LaBeouf and other co-stars at the Ziegfeld Theater on Monday.
His rep confirms that the actor plans to attend the September 20 screening in New York, but they are 'literally going day-to-day as to know how much he can do.'
The three-minute clip sees the young Wall Street trader and his hedge fund manager riding motorbikes at high speed before they stop and talk about business.
The new snippets see the depicter of Jacob sharing scenes with Susan Sarandon, Josh Brolin and Carey Mulligan.
Winnie's estranged relationship with her father Gordon Gekko is highlighted in one of these snippets.
The depicter of Gordon Gekko is seen offering a deal to Josh Brolin during a gala dinner in this video.
During his first TV interview since diagnosed with throat cancer, Douglas said that he would not be able to attend some international events to support the film.