Office Christmas Party Clips Get Naughty with Jennifer Aniston & Kate McKinnon
The holiday season is when studios release their big awards contenders, but it's also a great time for an all-star comedy. This year, fans looking for some relief this Christmas can count on Paramount's Office Christmas Party, which looks like a wild time. Today, we have four clips from this outrageous laugh-fest. These new scenes arrive to celebrate National Boss's Day, offering never-before-seen footage from the December 9 release.
Jennifer Aniston stars in Office Christmas Party as the CEO of a company who tries to close her hard-partying brother's (Jason Bateman) branch. This leads the brother and his Chief Technical Officer to rally their co-workers and host an epic office Christmas party in an effort to impress a potential client and close a sale that will save their jobs. Both Jennifer Aniston and Jason Bateman lead a diverse cast of comedy and action all-stars, who can be seen in these clips from Paramount Pictures.
Silicon Valley and Deadpool star T.J. Miller leads the supporting cast which also includes Saturday Night Live and Ghostbusters star Kate McKinnon, X-Men: Apocalypse star Olivia Munn, Mad Max: Fury Road and The Dark Tower star Abbey Lee, Workaholics' star Jillian Bell, Once Upon a Time star Jamie Chung, Childrens' Hospital star Rob Corddry, Veep star Matt Walsh, The Interview star Randall Park and People vs. O.J. Simpson star Courtney B. Vance, just to name a few. This comedy will hit theaters December 9, going up against EuropaCorp's Miss Sloane. It will also open one week before LucasFilm's Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
Josh Gordon and Will Speck direct from a script by Justin Malen and Laura Solon. This project serves as a reunion for the filmmakers and stars Jennifer Aniston and Jason Bateman, who all previously worked together on The Switch. Justin Malen is writing the new Baywatch theatrical remake, while Laura Solon makes her feature writing debut after writing for Hot in Cleveland and other TV shows. The story was originally conceived by The Hangover writers Jon Lucas and Scott Moore, with Guymon Casaday producing with Daniel Rappaport and Scott Stuber.
Along with these four brief clips, we also have a new poster, which showcases just how crazy this Office Christmas Party gets. with the release date less than two months away, we'll surely be bombarded with new footage from this comedy between now and then. Take a look at these brief clips and the new poster for Office Christmas Party below.