Oscar-winning director Oliver Stone has revealed how US banks refused to co-operate with the making of his Wall Street sequel Money Never Sleeps.
Speaking at the Cannes film Festival, he said: “The big banks were very arrogant, they wouldn’t let us in.”
He added that it was the Royal Bank of Canada that stepped in and allowed them to film inside its buildings.
The movie, which sees Michael Douglas return as Gordon Gekko, is scheduled for release in September.
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