As The Hangover, Part II has shown us all, it's completely reasonable for a trio of friends to commit the same rote, drunken buffoonery over and over again for as long as sequels remain profitable. So it only makes sense that, with Horrible Bosses pulling in over $200 million worldwide, Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis, and Charlie Day will apparently once again have a few drinks and somehow come up with another ill-advised plan involving terrible superiors. New Line is reportedly in talks with Seth Gordon to return to direct Horrible Bosses 2, and it's expected that all three stars will be coming back to... kill another set of bosses, or something? That much isn't really worked out yet, but the original film's writers, John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein, have already signed a deal to to put something or other on paper that will match up with a recognizable title involving the words "horrible" and "bosses." Maybe with an added group of female characters with identical personalities to the men? It worked for Alvin and the Chipmunks.