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Horrible Bosses 2 With Extended Cut on Blu-ray

Comedy Sequel Longer in Home Cinemas

Horrible Bosses was one of the better comedies of the theatrical year 2011 and despite its "R" rating managed to generate enough money to warrant the production of a sequel. That starts in US cinemas on November 26th, 2014, and brings back almost all of the known cast. The studio's plans, however, already go a step further and look ahead towards the home video release.

As this week's MPAA ratings bulletin shows, Warner has submitted an Extended Cut of Horrible Bosses 2 and also received an "R" rating (for strong crude sexual content and language throughout) for it. It therefore follows the same release strategy of the first film which also got a prolonged version with almost 8 more minutes.

Release: Nov 08, 2014 - Author: Mike Lowrey - Translator: Mike Lowrey

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