Kristin Bell relieved she didn’t have to compete with Melissa McCarthy’s comedic talents

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LOS ANGELES -- FOX 4's Shawn Edwards sat down with Kristin Bell, star of the new comedy "The Boss," which recently took the top spot at the box office on its opening weekend. Bell stars opposite Melissa McCarthy, who plays a self-obsessed titan of industry who is sent to prison after she's caught insider trading. Bell's character is the voice of reason to McCarthy's erratic narcissist, saying she was relieved she didn't have to compete with McCarthy's comedic talents. She said sharing the spotlight with McCarthy was a daunting prospect, given McCarthy's bona fides as a laugh-out-loud comedienne. "The Boss" is now in theaters.

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