Sausage Party Movie Cast And Release Updates: A Cartoon Not Made for Kids

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If you think only the likes of Pixar, Disney and Dreamworks can pull off well-crafted animated films, well you have to rethink that with Sausage Party.

Columbia Pictures will be releasing a one-of-a-kind movie this August. Fans can be assured that this show will be a whole lot different from what the usual animated cartoons have been doing in the past. According to reports, an animated film far from kiddie, which should be expected as the movie is created by Seth Rogen.

Rogen is the man behind the successful Pineapple Express, Neighbors, and This is the End. He is making a different take on hilarious stories through a 3D animation and the target audience is not young children but those who are 16 year old teenagers and above.

This film to be aired on August 11 is entitled Sausage Party. The movie will be revolving around food that wanted to ?go home? with people, thinking that it?s the better place to be. Once they reach the expected place, which is the kitchen, they will be regretting their decision of considering it as the place they truly want to be in. The ?food? will realize that their so-called eternity is not eternity after all but a horrible end.

Rogen visited on Jimmy Kimmel Live to further discuss some tidbits of the upcoming movie. The creator revealed on the show that he is really raring to set a record of being the first one to make an R-rated but with resemblance to Pixar-style films.

?We thought one day, ?What if our food had feelings? It?d be super messed up because we eat our food, and it would be a horrible existence for them, and that?s what birthed the movie ?Sausage Party?,? Rogen said in the show.

Reports also said that the funny movie has a great ensemble cast. The film will be starred by no less than Kristin Wiig, Jonah Hill, Paul Rudd, James Franco and Edward Norton. Salma Hayek will be playing a taco and Nick Kroll will be the douche. And Rogen will also be part of the cast members as he will be one of the sausages.

However, this is a stern warning, folks: SAUSAGE PARTY IS NOT REALLY FOR KIDS. But as Rogen will put it, if you are a terrible parent then you will let your children see the movie. This is because the kids might end up not eating as they are afraid of what will happen if their food really had feelings.

Keep yourselves updated with the latest stories about Sausage Party only here at The Bitbag.

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