Jennifer Aniston is no friend of Christmas.
At least not in Office Christmas Party, a raunchy new comedy about a CEO (Aniston) who is downsizing her company and cancelling their—you guessed it—Christmas parties.
And only E! News has this exclusive sneak peek that shows Aniston telling her employees the bad news.
During a meeting in a conference room, Kate McKinnon—wearing an ugly Christmas sweater—tries to show everyone a "sample cheeseboard" they plan to serve at the upcoming "non-denominational holiday mixer."
"It's not happening," Aniston says.
But then Deadpool funny man T.J. Miller, who plays Aniston's brother and one of her employees, cracks, "Well, it's not happening because it's happening at 5:30 in the afternoon. It's just a small thing that's really important to all of us but trust me, it's gonna suck."
Aniston will have none of that. "No, it's not gonna suck because it's cancelled. All branch Christmas parties are cancelled."
Miller, with tongue firmly planted in his cheek, says, "Alright, it's cancelled,' before mouthing that it's still on to McKinnon.
What ensues is complete mayhem. Miller teams up with the company's Chief Technical Officer (Jason Bateman) to throw a party to end all parties in an effort to impress and sign a potential new client to help keep the branch afloat.
Co-directed by Blades of Glory directors Josh Gordon and Will Speck, the cast also includes Olivia Munn, Vanessa Bayer, Randall Park, Courtney B. Vance, Jamie Chung and Rob Corddry.
Office Christmas Party will be in theaters on Dec. 7.