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READ MORE: Seth Rogen’s R-Rated ‘Sausage Party’ Tries to Break Through the Family-Friendly Animation Glass Ceiling The movie features the voices of comedic stars like Rogen, Jonah Hill, Kristen Wiig, James Franco and Paul Rudd playing anthropomorphized food items who discover their only reason for existing is to be eaten by humans. Aliens”) and Greg Tiernan (TV’s “Thomas & Friends”) have backgrounds in traditional animation aimed at children, but there’s nothing traditional about this deranged dark comedy.Produced by Megan Ellison’s Annapurna Pictures and distributed by Columbia Pictures, “Sausage Party” even had to go back to the cutting room after being edited to avoid a NC-17 rating from the MPAA.Despite a wave of increasingly sophisticated and critically acclaimed marquee animated movies that can be enjoyed by children and adults, from “The Incredibles” to “Wall-E” to “Inside Out,” there hasn’t been a CG animated movie targeted specifically at adults on this scale before.Why did it take the studios more than 20 years to go from G-rated animation like Pixar’s “Toy Story” to an adult-oriented movie like “Sausage Party”? “Just Friends,” a recent episode of the Disney XD series, finds characters Star, Marco, and Jackie attending the concert of their favorite band, Love Sentence.The music inspires most of the audience to lock lips with their significant others, and a few same-sex couples are included.
“That opened up the gateways to independent producers making their own [animated] films, which is a real phenomenon today,” Plympton said.Animator and writer-director Bill Plympton has been churning out animated movies for mature audiences for 30 years.“I know there’s a market out there for it,” Plympton said.Part of the reason has to do with R-rated animation’s checkered past.Director Ralph Bakshi found commercial success with a small number of X-rated cartoon features in the 1970s like “Fritz the Cat,” about a sexually promiscuous feline college student, but repeating his success proved nearly impossible for almost everyone who tried, including Bakshi himself.
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