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Sausage Party: Seth Rogen Discusses the Sequel’s Premise [SPOILERS for Sausage Party ahead.] – Screenwriting duo Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg have continued to extend their raunchy (and often twisted) brand of entertainment to different genres and mediums alike, over the past decade. The Superbad and Pineapple Express writers have now directed an apocalyptic comedy (This Is the End) and a political satire (The Interview), in addition to having brought a decidedly non-mainstream comic book property to the small screen (Preacher) and co-written an R-Rated Disney/Pixar spoof, titled Sausage Party.

Box office report: 'Sausage Party' cooks up tasty $33.6 million Suicide Squad, which broke August records with a $133.7 million opening last weekend, takes the box office crown for the second weekend in a row despite taking a steep dive across its sophomore frame, pulling in an estimated $43.8 million for an overall haul of around $222.9 million. A...

Sausage Party Tops Friday Box Office; Suicide Squad to Win the Weekend Warner Bros. Pictures’ latest DC Extended Universe installment, Suicide Squad, is competing with an eclectic collection of newcomers during its second weekend at the U.S. box office.

Watch Seth Rogen prank shoppers with talking food for ‘Sausage Party’ Seth Rogen is bringing anthropomorphic food items to theaters with his raunchy, R-rated comedy Sausage Party, so it’s only fitting that he brought talking sustenance to actual grocery stores as well. In a stunt promoting the upcoming animated film, animatronic cantaloupe, bread, and...

Have you ever been screamed at by a weiner? Do you know what tomatoes talk about when they’re alone, or why that wad of gum needs its own tiny wheelchair? Welcome to the wildly crass, intermittently brilliant world of Sausage Party — a sort of Secret Life of Groceries exposé that...B

Since 2003, Bad Santa has become a sort of holiday classic for people who don’t like holiday classics. This pitch-black comedy is everything Christmas movies aren’t supposed to be — crass and mean and completely twisted — which makes it all the more admirable that it manages to be kinda sweet as well. It’s a tricky balance, but one director Terry Zwigoff and writers Glenn Ficarra and John Requa pull off with aplomb. So what happens when someone tries to recapture that magic 13 years later, without the writers or director who made it work the first time?

Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg and their usual crew have created an unusual carnival of food carnage that borders on being utterly brilliant.

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