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Warner Bros. has released a brand new trailer for the sequel comedy Horrible Bosses 2. Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, and Jason Sudekis all return to reprise their roles from the first film, but this time they are their own bosses. The three entrepreneurs forge a partnership with an investor and his son hoping that they will help them launch a product. But when it turns out that the two steal their idea, the entrepreneurs decided that they will have to resort to kidnapping to get their money back.

Also returning are Jamie Foxx, Jennifer Aniston, and Kevin Spacey, all of whom are also reprising their respective roles. They will all be joined by Chris Pine and Christoph Waltz. Hit the jump to check out the latest trailer for Horrible Bosses 2.

Normally comedy sequels are hard to pull off, but for Horrible Bosses 2, they seem to have the same wacky and crazy antics from the first film. It also helps that the chemistry between Bateman, Day, and Sudekis is as hilarious as ever. It’s also great to see Chris Pine in a comedy as raunchy as this one. We’ll have to see if he does something more crazy than “fight clubbing himself.” And hopefully Christoph Waltz plays a better comedy villain in this film than he did in The Green Hornet.

Directed by Sean Anders, Horrible Bosses 2 opens in theaters on November 26.

Fed up with answering to higher-ups, Nick (Bateman), Dale (Day) and Kurt (Sudeikis) decide to become their own bosses by launching their own business in “Horrible Bosses 2.” But a slick investor soon pulls the rug out from under them. Outplayed and desperate, and with no legal recourse, the three would-be entrepreneurs hatch a misguided plan to kidnap the investor’s adult son and ransom him to regain control of their company.

By Michael Lee

Michael Lee has an English and Communications degree from Concordia University Irvine. He is a fan of films that are comic-book adaptations and dry witty comedies.

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