Horrible Bosses 2 Interview : Chris Pine

While shooting “Horrible Bosses 2,” Chris Pine sat down to chat with press about the sequel and joining the hilarious Bateman, Day and Sudeikis in the second round.

I wonder what it’s like coming into a movie in the second part, is it intimidating?

Yeah, it’s always hard stepping into a situation where people have a rapport. I’m just so excited that it’s not my film and I just get to come in and it’s a comedy lab for me. I get to learn from these guys, who are so great at it. I’ve never done, I’ve done comedy, but not at this level and this kind of speed, with as much experience as they have, so I’m really just learning how to operate on a set like this, where things are malleable and can change every day. So it can be intimidating but they’re great and they can keep that ball in the air, as long as I’m just following, I’m good to go.

You talked about exercising your funny bone, is it hard to keep up?

It can be and it was at first, it’s just like music, you have to get the tone of the music and the speed of the music and if you have good ears, I feel like you can kind of get in to what they’re making, otherwise if you don’t get into it, I can imagine it would be much scarier.

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Chris Pine – Horrible Bosses 2

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