Saturday Night Live‘s Jason Sudeikis has been added to the cast of Seth Gordon’s Horrible Bosses, a dark, in-the-workplace comedy. For anyone unfamiliar with Sudeikis’ body of work, he’s currently SNL’s resident straight man, filling the void left by Chris Parnell. According to THR, “Sudeikis will join Jason Bateman and Charlie Day as a trio of friends who conspire to murder each others’ bosses. Jennifer Aniston and Colin Farrell are two of the offending office tyrants, while Jamie Foxx is a colorfully named scam artist who dishes killing advice to the three regular guys.”
While Bosses is not Jason Sudeikis’ first movie, (He also starred in The Rocker and The Bounty Hunter) if the cast is any indication, it may turn out to be his most successful. If your Sudeikis-lust can’t be held off until Bosses speculative release in the Summer of 2011, fear not. There will be no shortage of Sudeikis movies, in the foreseeable future as the man has also just finished up The Farrelly Brothers’ Hall Pass co-starring Owen Wilson (Marmaduke). Additionally, Sudeikis has a role in the newest Drew Barrymore rom-com, Going the Distance.
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