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Tuesday 23 December 2014

Day: Horrible Bosses 2 may happen

Charlie Day hopes the Horrible Bosses sequel will come together at some point
Charlie Day hopes the Horrible Bosses sequel will come together at some point

Charlie Day has revealed the Horrible Bosses sequel is still up in the air.

The Pacific Rim star is tipped to return alongside Jason Bateman and Jason Sudeikis in the follow up to the 2011 comedy, which saw the trio play stressed workers who try to kill off their bosses, played by Colin Farrell, Jennifer Aniston and Kevin Spacey.

It is thought the follow-up will see three new actors play the bosses in the sequel, with possible cameos from Kevin and Jennifer, and Jamie Foxx reprising his role as a "murder mentor".

Charlie revealed: "That's TBD. We're still trying to put that together, but hopefully it will all come together soon."

The comedian is also a voice actor in the upcoming Lego movie and is hoping to get his own action figure.

"I hope they spend the dollar fifty and buy me a Lego guy - that would be pretty sweet!" he joked.

In action blockbuster Pacific Rim, Charlie plays a science geek obsessed with researching the giant monsters who are trying to take over the world. He revealed Guillermo del Toro tried to keep green screen filming at a minimum and much of the filming involved building real monsters.

Charlie said: "That's the great thing about Guillermo - he builds these gigantic practical sets and practical props.

"There were explosions, cars flying over my head, and then the animation that goes on top of that - the combination is incredible."

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