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Is it weird Chris Pine being tied up in a trunk is making us feel things?

We were thinking of skipping Horrible Bosses 2, since we didn’t think we needed another installment. But seeing Chris Pine tied up in the trunk has us wanting to go Fifty Shades on him. Is that so wrong?

We loved Jennifer Aniston‘s oversexed character Julia Harris in the first Horrible Bosses. What a risk to play such a kooky, lustful chick. But just when we thought the sequel was going to be more of the same, we caught a glimpse of the delicious Chris Pine tied up in the trunk of a car and our minds and hormones are racing.

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In Horrible Bosses 2, working stiffs Dale (Charlie Day), Nick (Jason Bateman) and Kurt (Jason Sudeikis) return with a new plan: become their own bosses by starting their own business. Easier said than done, of course, for these numbskulls.

Academy Award winner Christoph Waltz plays Burt Hanson, a wealthy businessman considering investing in Dale, Nick and Kurt’s new business. But when he wises up and decides to pull out of the venture, Dale, Nick and Kurt become desperate.

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To get the funds they need, they decide to kidnap the businessman’s adult son, Rex Hanson, played by Chris Pine. Using rope, they bind Rex’s wrists and legs, then put duct tape over his mouth before throwing him into the tiny trunk of their car.

Pine is so hot, so sexy, we are starting to wish he’d been cast in the S&M flick Fifty Shades of Grey instead of Jamie Dornan. But we guess seeing him in bondage in Horrible Bosses 2 will have to suffice. If only we could come up with the $500,000 ransom Kurt, Dale and Nick are asking for, Pine would be all ours!

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Horrible Bosses 2 also stars Jennifer Aniston, Kevin Spacey and Jamie Fox. The movie opens in theaters Nov. 26, just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday.

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