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'You found a hitman online?'

27 June 2011  |  Written by James White  

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With the regular trailer already out there, the Horrible Bosses team have now released a sweary, funny Red Band trailer into the wild, and you can watch it below. Assuming you’re not at work, that is. Did we mention the sweary?

 

As you may know by now, Jason Bateman, Charlie Day and Jason Sudeikis play Nick, Kurt and Dale, three wage slaves who are all having real problems with their awful employers. Sexy dentist Julia (Jennifer Aniston) has no concept of personal boundaries. Dave Harken (Kevin Spacey) is an overbearing monster that likes nothing more than to humiliate the peons who work for him. And Colin Farrell is petty, sleazy Bobby Pellit, who has taken over his dad’s business and is now intent on making as much money as he can from the place while hating on the employees.

The three workers decide that something must be done and, figuring that killing their three nightmares might be the way to go, they meet up with distinctly dodgy Dean “Motherf****r” Jones (Jamie Foxx) at a bar, who offers some advice on criminal activity. Just not good advice…

This latest promo is definitely funny, and features one extra surprise bit of casting that we won’t ruin here if you’re looking to head into the cinema unspoiled.

With King of Kong’s Seth Gordon directing, Horrible Bosses arrives on July 22.


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