If food items on the shelves of grocery stores had feelings and were alive, would you still eat them? Seth Rogen’s latest animated R-rated comedy, “Sausage Party,” follows that similar premise but to the extreme.
To celebrate the film’s release, Rogen and a special effects team set up different animatronic food – a sausage, cantaloupe and bread – at a super market to show “the people of New York that our food has feelings.”
Lending his voice to the creepy and offensive snacks, Rogen hid in a backroom where he would spook the people as they were shopping. The terrified victims then took to chatting with the food as he mocked a handful of them, begged others not to eat his family and even told another to eat all the grapes he wanted because “they’re sh**heads.”
The initial reaction of many of the customers is priceless, then things turn “ugly” when a lady continues to eat her sample of cantaloupe, another takes a bite out of their bread and a man tells the animatronic sausage that he’s still going to buy the meat whether he likes it or not.
Check out the hilarious prank below. “Sausage Party” is now in theaters.