New Sausage Party PSA asks you Save the Sausage

New Sausage Party PSA asks you Save the Sausage

And remember.... Grills Kill(s).

Won’t somebody please think of the Sausages? With Americans celebrating their Fourth of July holiday this weekend, it goes without saying that so many sausages around the country will tragically have their lives cut short as they are carelessly thrown on American barbecues. So too, entire families of potatoes will be skinned and boiled alive before being thoughtlessly mashed into an edible paste, with no compassion spared for the loved ones they may leave behind. In respect for this, the team behind Sausage Party have debuted a new Public Service Announcement to plead for the prompt destruction of barbecues and save countless lives in the process.

This latest Sausage Party PSA follows the news that a trailer for the animated, totally unsafe for children film being played in a Californian theatre ahead of the also animated but totally safe for children film Finding Dory - prompting outrage from parents present in the movie theatre and an apology from the theatre itself. 

One person who didn’t mind the controversy, however, is Seth Rogen - one of the main voices, and minds, behind the upcoming Sausage Party (due in August).

 

The film will also feature the voices of frequent Rogen collaborators Paul Rudd, James Franco, Jonah Hill, Bill Hader, Danny McBride, among others. You can see the Red Band trailer for Sausage Party below:

WAMAwards 2019 Public Voting: Most Popular Live Act

Vote for this year's most popular West Australian live act now!

BACARDI are throwing a huge free party in Sydney to keep the nightlife vibes strong

Curated by Sydney nightlife champions GoodGod, House Of Mince and One Day.

3 years ago

Watch a new trailer for the best thing in The LEGO Movie - LEGO Batman

Will Arnett returns as the Dark Knight in brick form.

4 years ago

Angie McMahon, Hatchie and more join the Laneway '18 bill

This year's triple j Unearthed winners include some of Australia's most promising names in pop, indie and rap.

2 years ago

Close
-->