‘Horrible Bosses’ To Tie Up All Its Loose Ends With A Sequel

Thursday, January 5 by
She doesn't seem like that bad of a boss.  

It might not have enjoyed the success of The Hangover, but Horrible Bosses will be doing a victory lap for New Line, with director Seth Gordon and all three principals, Charlie Day, Jason Sudekis, and Jason Bateman returning. It’s unknown at press time if Jamie Foxx will be reprising his role as Snow Falling on Cedars-pirating Motherf*cker Jones, but rest assured we have a reporter camped outside his house to monitor any new developments.

While Horrible Bosses wasn’t quite a blockbuster, its modest budget generated $117 million domestic, which is reason enough to really drive the bastard into the ground with a sequel.

No plot details are available, but considering how big a part the actual horrible bosses played in the original, expect some big casting announcements for those parts as things develop.

While this news doesn’t have me terribly excited, its putting a little more Charlie Day in my life, which is more than I can say for that stupid Abraham Lincoln movie Steven Spielberg is putting out.

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