We learned last week that Warner Bros. wanted Chris Pine to play one of the horrible bosses in Horrible Bosses 2. Today we can confirm the deal has closed. According to Variety, Pine will play “half of a father-son duo who steal the main characters’ idea for a new invention.” WB reached out to Christoph Waltz to play Pine’s father, but a scheduling issue will likely prevent Waltz from taking the role.
Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, and Jason Sudeikis will return for the sequel to the 2011 surprise hit about three men who conspire to kill each other’s unbearable employers. After Horrible Bosses director Seth Gordon dropped out, Sean Anders (We’re the Millers) stepped in. Horrible Bosses 2 opens November 26, 2014.
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The fourth wall remains intact for this one.
The end is nigh.
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