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Horrible Bosses Premiere Report
Edith Bowman chats with Aniston and co.

21 July 2011  |  Written by Ali Plumb  

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Horrible Bosses, as you might expect, is a movie about Horrible Bosses. Played by Kevin Spacey (psycho boss), Colin Farrell (douchebag boss) and Jennifer Aniston (sexually aggressive boss), they're all pretty reprehensible -- so maybe we should could ourselves lucky only one of them (Aniston) made it down to the European premiere on the Southbank yesterday.

 

All three of the horribly-bossed employees were in attendance, however, meaning that the worryingly charming/handsome trio of Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, and Jason Sudeikis were suited, booted and ready to sign things on the red carpet before Radio 1's good lady Edith asked them a few questions.

You can see footage of what was going on down London's Southbank in the video report we have for you above, hosted by Ms. Bowman, as well as photos of all the gang looking pretty and such, which we've added below. How nice.

Horrible Bosses is out on Friday, July 22. 


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