Horrible Bosses 2 Theatrical Trailer (2014)
Theatrical trailer for Horrible Bosses 2. Preview gives added focus to Christoph Waltz's character, the same person who screws over Nick (Bateman), Dale (Day) and Kurt (Sudeikis) by making a large order of their product only to cancel that same order and steal the idea.
Both Tommy Lee Jones and Jack Nicholson were considered for the role of Bert Hanson, that Christoph Waltz played.
This is the second time Waltz has worked on a movie with Jamie Foxx; the other one was Django Unchained.
Horrible Bosses 2 is full of Oscar winners. Christoph Waltz, Jaime Foxx, and Kevin Spacey have five Oscar wins between them.
This is the fourth film Jason Sudekis and Jennifer Aniston have done together, the other three being The Bounty Hunter, Switch, and We're the Millers.
Chris Pine seemingly enjoys beating himself up in movies; he also punched himself in the face in Stretch.
I've seen Horrible Bosses 2 called 'the sequel nobody asked for', but I think that's a bit unfair, since the first movie was really fairly good, and quite funny. Now our trio of hapless employees are back, only they're not employees any longer, they're now launching their own business.
Things are going well, or so they think, when Bert Hanson places a massive order for their product, only then he cancels that order and basically steals their idea. Once again, the three decide to do away with Hanson and his son, Rex, and they return to Dean Jones for help, who suggests kidnapping them both.
Somehow, Pine's character ends up in on the plot which, I am guessing like the first movie, slowly unravels. We also see the return of Jennifer Aniston as Julia and Kevin Spacey as Dave.
It's basically a rehash of the first film with a slightly different angle, and different characters, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. Fans of the first film will enjoy it well enough, and the addition of Chris Pine and Christoph Waltz is inspired. Both are really great at comedy.
Sequels are often weaker than first movies, and I feel that's to be expected going into this one, but I still think there's plenty of laughs to be had, and in this trailer I especially enjoyed the car chase scene and the sex addicts meeting.
2 min 40 sec
September 30, 2014
Warner Bros Pictures
November 26, 2014
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