Nope, not the two part 1987 film, but a new biopic following the key players of the Ponzi scheme. The Billionaires Boys Club (or shortened to BBC) was an investment club started by Joseph Henry Gamsky, aka, Joe Hunt, in which BBC was originally the restaurant that Hunt dined at, the Bombay Bicycle Club. The club ended up getting the name after Hunt attracted sons from rich families after graduating from the Harvard School for Boys, and it soon turned into a Ponzi scheme where Hunt murdered two people after a con man, Ron Levin, gets involved with the scheme.
Kevin Spacey, Ansel Elgort, Emma Roberts, and Taron Egerton are all set to star in the newest version of Billionaires Boys Club, with Spacey portraying Ron Levin, Elgort playing Joe Hunt, Roberts playing Hunt’s love interest Sydney, and Egerton playing Dean Karny, a tennis professional who was also involved in the entire Ponzi scheme. James Cox, who previously directed Wonderland, is set to direct the script he also co-wrote with Captain Mauzner (who also worked on Wonderland).
The film will be produced by Holly Wiersma, Cassian Elwes, Tim Zajaros, and Chris Lemole, with Lemole and Zajaros acting as executive producers. Also executive producing include Crystal Lourd, Jere Hausfater, and Logan Levy, while the film is being financed by Armory Films.