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”Sausage Party” returns as a series to Prime Video and released its first trailer

”Sausage Party” returns as a series to Prime Video and released its first trailer

All eight episodes will premiere exclusively on the streaming platform in more than 240 countries and territories around the world on July 11.

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”The Sausage Party” It was released in theaters around the world in 2016, and generated a great controversysince many parents took their children to see the movie, completely ignoring that it was a comedy for adults. Now through Prime Videoyou will have your own series: ”Sausage Party’: Foodtopia”.

The series will follow several of the characters from the animated feature film, with frank, Brenda , Barry, lavash and Sammywho will be played by Seth Rogen, Kristen Wiig, Michael Cera, David Krumholtz and Edward Norton, respectively. In addition, they join the cast Natasha Rothwell, Yassir Lester and Sam Rcihardson; as well as the well-known comedy actor Will Fortewho will play a human named Jack.

The 2016 film was directed by Conrad Vernon and Greg Tiernan with a story of Roger, Evan Goldberg and Jonah Hill. The film follows an anthropomorphic sausage who lives in a supermarket and discovers the truth about what happens when you buy food. While the entire movie caused controversy, its ending was what outraged many people, as the foodstuffs have an orgy in the supermarket.

Embed – The Sausage Party: Frutopía – Official Trailer | Prime Video Spain

The series will be composed of eight episodeswhich will premiere exclusively on Prime Video in more than 240 countries and territories worldwide the 11 of July.

The controversy with the studio and the animators

During press for the film, Rogen and the film’s directors, Tiernan and Vernon, boasted about how they made the movie at a much cheaper price than the usual animated movie. At the time it was rumored that the animators behind the film were allegedly not paid properly for the work they did.

In an interview with Cartoon Brew, Tiernan stated: “We knew very well that We could offer a movie that looked like a $150 million movie for a fraction of the cost.“.

“After working in the Los Angeles industry for many years, I got to see a lot of money being unnecessarily flushed down the toilet by making a lot of these movies,” he went on to say. “It doesn’t have to cost so much money when you are well organized, have your mind set on the goal of what you want to do, and do the job with a small, determined team.”

This interview increased the controversy, with thousands of comments and, subsequent demand, The Canadian government intervened and ordered Nitrogen Studios in 2019 to pay overtime owed to its employees.

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The poster reminds us once again: not suitable for children

The poster reminds us once again: not suitable for children

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