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Kevin Spacey is a 'Horrible Boss' once more
One of Oscar winner Kevin Spacey's most beloved roles, at least in Hollywood circles, is his wicked turn as a abusive studio producer (cough, Scott Rudin) in 1994's "Swimming with Sharks." Now, Spacey may have the opportunity to channel that performance for his new role in "Horrible Bosses."
The ensemble comedy finds three friends played by Jason Bateman, Charlie Day and Jason Sudiekis deciding the only way to ind peace at work is to fire their boss. Colin Farrell and Jennifer Aniston were already on board as two of the three bosses, but Spacey has filled the dance card as Bateman's superior, a role The Hollywood describes as a "master manipulator with an attractive wife." Tom Cruise, Philip Seymour Hoffman and Jeff Bridges were reportedly also in the mix for the role.
Production on the New Line comedy will begin on July 6 in Los Angeles.