“Horrible Bosses 2” stars Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis and Charlie Day will once again be doing horrible things to get revenge on an employer when the comedy hits theaters on Friday. Stuffed in between the R-rated shenanigans, however, are “cautionary tales” the audience can learn from.
When Funny or Die correspondent Andre Hyland attended the press junket, he pressed the trio to expand on the “major issues,” including abduction, sex addiction and texting while driving, that the film touches upon.
“It’s a real concern,” Day said. “Don’t do it.”
“They’re cautionary tales, every single one,” Sudeikis added.
Jennifer Aniston and Jamie Foxx also return in “Horrible Bosses 2,” which focuses on the three main characters plotting to kidnap Chris Pine, the son of a wealthy investor (Christoph Waltz) who ruins their business.