HORRIBLE BOSSES Posters - Ever Wish Your Boss Were Dead?

I haven't blogged about the hotly anticipated comedy Horrible Bosses since that f"n hilarious trailer debuted last month but there's been a boat load of cool marketing material released by Warner Bros that I really should share with you. This is a film I have a very good feeling about and I'm just delighted that we haven't lost King of Kong helmer Seth Gordon to the wretched bowels of fanciful rom-com paychecks which for a while seemed to be the direction he was going in. Written by Jonathan Goldstein and former Freaks and Geeks star John Francis Daley, Horrible Bosses plays on every working man's desire to just not take this sh*t anymore and take a hitman's contract out on their respective asshole bosses. We follow Jason Batemen, Jason Sudeikis and Charlie Day as three best buds who are living our dream by hiring Motherfucker Jones (Jamie Foxx) to do just that. As I've said before the genius of the film is in the casting - Kevin Spacey (relishing a reprisal of his Swimming With Sharks persona), Jennifer Aniston (playing it dirty and super hot €“ first time I€™ve found her attractive in years) and Colin Farrell (unlike anything he€™s done before, a creepy neurotic boss). Reminding us of the classic black comedy Office Space but for a more mainstream audience, Horrible Bosses is challenging Bad Teacher as the comedy event of the year. Warner Bros/New Line have released a dozen posters in the past few weeks, both international/domestic one-sheets. See them below after the new trailer; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mh9cG5dzs-U Horrible Bosses opens July 8th (U.S.) and July 22nd (U.K.)
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Matt Holmes is the co-founder of What Culture, formerly known as Obsessed With Film. He has been blogging about pop culture and entertainment since 2006 and has written over 10,000 articles.