Horrible Bosses was such a delight. I’m a bit Charlie Day fan, so really, anytime I get to see him in something other than It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is a good thing. After the film’s more-than-modest success, especially considering it’s an R-rated comedy, New Line Cinemas has tasked writers Johnathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley (who looks barely anything like Sam Weir these days) to write a Horrible Bosses sequel. Not to be outdone by the possibly Wiig-less Bridesmaids 2, leads Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis, and Charlie Day are also on tap for the sequel.
While I’m happy to see more out of five terribly talented individuals, I do wonder where things are going to go from here. Yes, at the end of Horrible Bosses, there’s certainly the thread of possibility for a sequel, in terms of the boys killing their bosses yet again, but I had an idea that sounds much more interesting, in my opinion. Make the three of them the bosses, falling into the trap of letting a little power go to their heads, and have to grow and change while their disgruntled employees try to murder them. Like Battle Royale 2, but with less ass.[Via Collider]