The trio played long-suffering employees of horrible bosses who eventually get fed up and concoct a plan to murder their employers, in the first film. They didn’t exactly succeed, but did manage to put one of them – Kevin Spacey – behind bars.
He’s back this time around, as the boys seek his counsel from behind glass, as is Jennifer Aniston‘s sexual predator dentist character, who’s still up for a little depravity, no matter the situation. The first footage doesn’t give away much about Christoph Waltz and Chris Pine, the father-son duo who are supposed to figure prominently in the sequel directed by Sean Anders, taking over for original director Seth Gordon.
“Horrible Bosses 2” will be released on November 26.