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In the United States, animation still has the reputation of being largely for children. But an entire medium of artistic expression shouldn’t be relegated to one demographic, and Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are trying to help make that clear to audiences. The duo, who co-wrote and produced 2016’s outrageous animated feature Sausage Party, is getting back into animation by producing Bubble, an animated film based on the podcast of the same name.

In the United States, animation still has the reputation of being largely for children. But an entire medium of artistic expression shouldn’t be relegated to one demographic, and Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are trying to help make that clear to audiences. The duo, who co-wrote and produced 2016’s outrageous animated feature Sausage Party, is getting back into animation by producing Bubble, an animated film based on the podcast of the same name.

Sausage Party (coming to Blu-ray and DVD on November 8) is already a success, having pulled in $135 million worldwide on a budget of just $19 million, not to mentions an 83% on Rotten Tomatoes. But that’s not enough for Sony Pictures, writers Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg, and directors Conrad Vernon & Greg Tiernan. No, they’re looking to get some awards love as well. Find out about the Sausage Party Oscars campaign after the jump. The Hollywood Reporter has learned Sony Pictures plans to make a run for some awards this season for their raunchy animated comedy Sausage Party.

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.

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

James Franco has done unspeakable things in this Sausage Party clip Various members of the supermarket food community, previously under the assumption that they go to paradise after they're chosen to leave the store, discover that what human "gods" have planned for them is certain doom. This is the set up for the latest Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg comedy which just happens to be an animated flick. If you want to see what doom means to these... Read More...

There’s been plenty of animated fare for kids this summer, with the likes of Finding Dory and The Secret Life of Pets hitting theaters. But towards the end of the summer, the adults get to have some raunchy animated fun on the big screen. Sausage Party is the latest film from Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg, and they’re bringing their twisted sense of humor to the grocery aisle with the movie about sentient food who finally learns what happens when they get taken home.

Sony yesterday announced a summer 2016 release date for Sausage Party, an animated film from the comedy minds of Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg. We’ve heard vague details about the R-rated animated movie, but Seth Rogen recently talked about the project and revealed new details about how seriously crazy this film is. Find out, after the jump. Seth Rogen appeared on the Howard Stern Show on Sirius Satellite Radio earlier this month and revealed new details about Sausage Party: “We thought it would be funny to do an R-rated Pixar-style movie,” said Rogen.

Sony yesterday announced a summer 2016 release date for Sausage Party, an animated film from the comedy minds of Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg. We’ve heard vague details about the R-rated animated movie, but Seth Rogen recently talked about the project and revealed new details about how seriously crazy this film is. Find out, after the jump. Seth Rogen appeared on the Howard Stern Show on Sirius Satellite Radio earlier this month and revealed new details about Sausage Party: “We thought it would be funny to do an R-rated Pixar-style movie,” said Rogen.

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