Sausage Party screened during San Diego Comic-Con this year. Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg co-wrote the raunchy animated comedy about supermarket food that dreams of being taken home by a customer. Once purchased, the food panics that they are being eaten. Show More Summary
With two episodes left in its first season — and now only one as of publication — Preacher came to San Diego Comic-Con. The cast and creators of the show gave a press conference, where Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg dodged questions about the finale or second season with jokes. Show More Summary
Last night’s episode of AMC’s “Preacher” was quite unorthodox as it was anything but pleasant to watch. Already struggling to retain viewers, Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg have finally introduced us to the Saint of All Killers. Adephi angels DeBlanc and Fiore have failed to obtain Genesis from Jesse Custer, and have resorted to “Plan […]
(PG-13: Language) Seth Rogen and his comedy posse may just finally found the perfect vehicle for their perpetually juvenile antics with the animated flick that you definitely won’t want to bring the kids to, and that almost definitely will be better stoned.
At last night’s Preacher panel during San Diego Comic-Con 2016, the show’s executive producer Seth Rogen led the cast in a raucous live reading of the series’ next episode. There were goofs and laughs aplenty which is ironic, considering the plot introduces the grimmest character in the Preacher mythos. Read more...
Can we expect a Sausage Party 2 to follow the filthy, over the top and ridiculous first movie arriving next month? Here's what Seth Rogen said.
Seth Rogen takes the stage at 2016 Comic-Con during a panel to discuss his show Preacher on Friday (July 22) in San Diego, Calif. The 34-year-old actor was joined by some of the show’s cast including Graham McTavish and Ruth Negga as well as his co-writer Kevin Smith. Before the panel, the cast and creators [...]
Seth Rogen and Kevin Smith dropped by to help bring the AMC comic-book drama to life. read more
Executive producers Garth Ennis, Seth Rogen, and join Evan Goldberg join actors Dominic Cooper, Ruth Negga, and more of the cast for a rousing revival.
Seth Rogen says he wants to keep making Sausage Party movies for the rest of his life.
If you’re one to keep up with the latest big-budget animated movies, you’ve probably heard about the shocking trailer for Seth Rogen’s Sausage Party, the first R-rated Pixar movie ever made. Trailers have been circulating the web depicting...Show More Summary
SAN DIEGO — When giggling stoner guru Seth Rogen invites you to watch an animated feature he wrote by the name of Sausage Party — and when you walk past posters that basically turn Rogen's character, Frank the hot dog, into a dick joke...Show More Summary
Seth Rogen's animated food comedy is legit amazing. Read more...
Seth Rogen has said on a number of occasions that the desire to make his own animated movie came from a love for Pixar movies. Even though he didn’t exactly grow up on them as a child (he was already 14 when the first Toy Story arrived...Show More Summary
Sony Pictures had released a new raunchy red band trailer for Sausage Party, an R-rated animated film starring Seth Rogen, Kristen Wiig, Jonah Hill, and Bill Hader about a group of food items that find out what happens to them when they finally leave the grocery store. The vocal group of food get excited about […]
Someone could probably make an adorable, family-friendly animated movie about talking food in a grocery store. But Seth Rogen is clearly not that someone. At an early screening for the upcoming “Sausage Party” at Comic-Con on Thursday night, Rogen and his longtime collaborator Evan Goldberg told...
Seth Rogen's animated 'Sausage Party' might be the grossest (and funniest) movie you see all year.
Writing partners Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen are huge horror fans; proof being in the hilarious apocalyptic comedy This Is the End, as well as AMC’s adaptation of “Preacher,” both incredibly violent and fun genre projects. Now, we have an insanely NSF red band trailer for their animated film about food that’s being billed as “the […]
Let’s get this out of the way right now. If you’re already on board for the raunchy, R-rated animated comedy Sausage Party from Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg, then you probably shouldn’t watch the new red band trailer that was just released. Show More Summary
Seth Rogen wanted to be the first guy to make an R-rated Pixar-like movie, and now that he has with Sony/Annapurna’s Sausage Party, he’s talking a feature animated franchise. “This was the first time we ended a movie with the intention...Show More Summary