Carey Mulligan joins 'Wall Street 2'

Josh Brolin also in talks for sequel to 1987 film

Carey Mulligan is coming on board "Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps" to play Gordon Gekko's daughter.

Mulligan joins Michael Douglas (Gekko), Shia LaBeouf and Frank Langella in the sequel to the 1987 film, to which Josh Brolin is in talks to also join.

Mulligan's character is romantically linked to LaBeouf's, a young Wall Street broker on his way up.

Shooting to due to start September in New York.

Allan Loeb wrote the current script. Ed Pressman, Douglas and Eric Kopeloff are producing.

English-actress Mulligan has been gaining heat for her breakthrough performance in "An Education," which Sony Pictures Classics is releasing Oct. 9. While she has appeared in a bit part in Michael Mann's "Public Enemies" and has "Brothers" in the can, "Wall Street 2" is her first major studio role.

Mulligan is repped by CAA.