Confirming last week’s rumors, Chris Pine (Star Trek, Jack Ryan) has joined the cast of “Horrible Bosses 2.” In his first foray into broad, big budget comedies, Pine will play the son of one of the main characters’ bosses who … Continue reading

Confirmed: Chris Pine Joins ‘Horrible Bosses 2′

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Confirming last week’s rumors, Chris Pine (Star Trek, Jack Ryan) has joined the cast of “Horrible Bosses 2.”

In his first foray into broad, big budget comedies, Pine will play the son of one of the main characters’ bosses who helps steal their idea for a new invention.

Many wondered what approach the sequel would take since, what are the chances that the three leads would find themselves with three new evil bosses? But it looks like that has been answered- they’ll all team up to take down Pine’s father-son duo.

No one has been cast yet as the father of the aforementioned duo, but I can’t help but wonder what Jack Nicholson has been up to lately.

Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, and Jason Sudeikis will all reprise their roles, with Sean Anders (That’s My Boy) in the director’s chair. Anders, whose writing credits include “Hot Tub Time Machine” and “We’re The Millers,” will also join original “Horrible Bosses” scribes, John Francis Daley and Jonathan M. Goldstein, on scripting duties.

Source: Variety

  • jgar17

    Jack Nicholson has retired, due to him not being able to memorize lines well anymore. He took the initiative and retired before it got worse.

  • AlexiasLazar

    Soooo preeetty…

  • Mario-Francisco Robles

    That’s been debunked, actually. But thanks for chiming in :)

    http://www.vanityfair.com/online/oscars/2013/09/jack-nicholson-retirement-report

  • Eike Esmegma de Chantilly

    it means?

  • Daniel Ronczkowski

    Jack Nicholson would make this movie beyond awesome.

  • Dazza

    Robert Redford would be better plus Chris Pine and Redford look like they could be father and son.Dazza

  • Mario-Francisco Robles

    Ooh…Redford would be a very nice choice, too. And he’s been branching out lately, with his upcoming turn on Captain America, and his thriller “All Is Lost,” so this would be a nice step in his “comeback.” Good call.

  • jamthemaj

    I’m glad it’s a bit different. Looking forward to it!