Jul 23, 2016 08:35 AM EDT
Seth Rogen's 'Sausage Party': Rogens Will Make More Films Like It
Seth Rogen's "Sausage Party" gathered a lot of questions and comments. The unique animated comedy will have a sequel!
"Sausage Party" is a sensitive comedy animated film that dabbles socio political and religious overtones. The film is also featuring sensitive topics and is marked as rated-R by the Motion Picture Association of America, Deadline reported.
This film is nothing like any other films being screened. It is 100 per cent unique.
The animated movie is co-written by Jonah Hill and Evan Goldberg. It is directed by Greg Tiernan and Conrad Vernon. Tiernan is the director of "Thomas and Friends" while Vernon is the director of "Shrek 2". The film is made out of love of animated movies. The film follows tropes and structure of the previous projects of its directors with a story that talks a lot about food, however, it will have a trademark of a vulgar direction. This film is a product of Pixar Animation, Variety reported.
The narrative of the movie centers on the belief that there is "The Great Beyond", which is a heaven-like utopia for various supermarket items. These items believe that the "gods", which are the customers, will take them there after they have been chosen. Then, one sausage named Frank (Seth Rogens), will find out that the so-called "gods" eats the food and is determined to reveal his findings. Many nights they would wander around the supermarket with a series of events, including a relationship with a pita (David Krumholtz) and a bagel (Edward Norton).
Edward Norton was a huge champ for the film as soon as it was pitched to him by Evan Goldberg. He became an ambassador convincing others, including Salma Hayek, to become a part of the film. Norton even tried convincing the director of "The Revenant", Alejandro G. Iñárritu. Apparently, he failed.
Rogen and his company aims to expand this zany world and said that they would make more of this kind of movie. He even said that this is the first time that they ended a movie with the intention of making another one. He also added, that they would love to just make talking sausage movies for the rest of their lives.
See Now: Facebook will use AI to detect users with suicidal thoughts and prevent suicide© 2017 University Herald, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.
Join the Conversation