As you may know, the sequel to Wall Street, Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, is due for release into the wild in April. However, we figure it’s never too early to start ogling at Michael Douglas and his stately white hair alongside that plucky Shia Labeouf with his bag full of hopes and dreams.

Thus, we’re shoving 16 images into your face and hoping you’ll deal with them accordingly. For my money, Labeouf looks way, way, way too clean for a movie like this but Douglas and Brolin look as weathered as you’d want them to be. Labeouf looks like he’s there to sell girl scout cookies to the men trading on the floor instead of trying to earn his keep.

Speaking of girls, the girl featured in the photos is Carey Mulligan – who Neil got a major crush on after seeing An Education and who I got a crush on after seeing Her On a Motorcycle.

Check out the full swath of pictures below:

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