The sequel to Horrible Bosses reportedly wrapped up, and Kevin Spacey recently made a comment on how his character might fit into the film.
On Monday, Yahoo! Movies posted a live interview with the Oscar-winning actor who mentioned that he made the film and "it's coming out." He was then asked how his character will be making an appearance since in the first movie, he looked like he was going to prison.
Spacey simply nodded his head and said, "That sounds logical."
The actor also dished on being in films as opposed to doing theater, which he apparently has a stronger passion for.
"Film is great, but film is solidified," Spacey said. "It will never change. No matter how good you might be in a movie, you'll never be any better. And that is unbelievable frustrating."
The actor also talked about an incident where he was rumored to refuse being a part of a film unless it was directed by Martin Scorsese. But Spacey pointed out that that was taken more seriously than it should have.
"I was making a joke, first of all, and when you make a joke and it's printed, the humor gets sucked out of the sentence," Spacey said.
"I was basically saying that I don't want to do anything that I don't feel really passionate about or that I'm going to have a really remarkable time doing, or that it's brand new and I've never done it before. That's my criteria," he continued.
Horrible Bosses 2 is expected to hit theaters on November 26.