'Sausage Party' cast says provocative comedy is not for the faint hearted

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The R-rated comedy 'Sausage Party' illustrates the lives of groceries after they make it out of the store. The cast says the film is not for the faint hearted. (KABC)

The R-rated comedy "Sausage Party" illustrates the lives of groceries after they make it out of the store. The cast says the film is not for the faint hearted.

"The first time we heard people act it out and say the words was great. It was still years and years from that moment until someone agreed to make it," star, producer and co-screenwriter Seth Rogen said.

It took seven years for the film to make it to the big screen. Producer and co-screenwriter Evan Goldberg promises that the film will bring something fresh to audiences.

"This is not something people have seen, and if you don't come out a little shocked, there's something wrong with you," Goldberg said.

Actor Danny McBride, who voiced the character Honey Mustard, warned squeamish viewers.

"The table read for this movie is hands down, the last 20 minutes, is the filthiest, dirtiest table read I've ever heard before. It's nuts," McBride said, adding that all of the "filth" made it into the film.

David Krumholtz, who voiced the character Lavash, estimated that there are at least 100 genitalia jokes throughout the movie.

"Sausage Party" is rated R for perverse language, drug use and strong, crude sexual content.

"To be honest with you, it's like, it's too much for me, and I'm no prude," Krumholtz said.

Rogen's character Frank and the rest of the "Sausage Party" will make their debut in theaters on Friday.
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