In the Wall Street sequel he returns after 23 years to the role of Gordon Gekko, the ruthless corporate trader he portrayed in Wall Street in a performance that earned him Golden Globe and Oscar best actor trophies. He also received the Golden Globe Cecil B. De Mille award in 2004 for his body of work.
He intends to be completely recovered and ready to portray the flamboyant pianist and entertainer Liberace in a movie that is due to begin shooting next year. “Things have gone pretty well for me for a long time and once in a while you get tested,” he said,. “I’m convinced I’m going to be a stronger and better person because of it.”
|21st September 2010,|