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Donald Trump originally had cameo in ‘Wall Street 2’

HollywoodNews.com: Donald Trump was ‘fired’ from the Oliver Stone film “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps.”

Well, technically, “The Apprentice” host wasn’t fired as much as his scene was cut out of the film which opens Friday. Stone says Trump’s scene was “too distracting.”

Digital Spy described the Trump scene as follows:

Douglas’ character Gordon Gekko is pictured having a haircut alongside Trump, who suggests that he comb his hair over to resemble the ‘Apprentice” star’s trademark coiffure, to which Gekko replies: “No thanks, Donald, I’m a gel man.”

“It’ll be on the DVD. I only cut it because it was distracting. He was at the end of the movie and all of sudden, ‘Hey, there’s Donald Trump!’ Structurally, I think we put him in too late,” Stone told the New York Post.

“Wall Street 2” touts other interesting cameos as well, i.e. Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter playing himself and Charlie Sheen reprising his role as Gekko’s double-crosser Bud Fox from the first “Wall Street” film.


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