The best kind of career is the one where you can be funny and relaxed amidst a group of other funny actors with no pressure necessary. The expectations on Jason Sudeikis are that he become one of this generation's comedic leading men, but it seems like he's absolutely chill with having this sort of comedic character actor career.
Originally scripted by Emily Spivey(Up All Night) and rewritten by Chris Bowman and Hubbel Palmer, the film tells the story of an armored truck driver who, "is persuaded to risk it all for love, money, and extravagance." He is convinced to help participate in a $20 million bank robbery, but his partners are quick to turn on him once the job is done and leave him alone in Mexico while they go on to live the high life.
It's weird that we've gotten to this point, but Jim Carrey is actually due for a comeback. The hands-down biggest comedy star of the 90s seemed completely unstoppable for nearly a decade, and was even earning Oscar buzz for some movies while cavorting around in insane Grinch makeup for others (OK, just that one)
Jim Carrey is now in talks to star in Loomis Fargo, a true heist tale that is set to be directed by Jared Hess, one of the co-directors of Napoleon Dynamite. Described as one of the biggest heists in American history, the story follows four men in the south who managed to get $17 million out of an armed Loomis Fargo truck.