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Eric Kohn. Now, its creators are getting the last laugh. Co-writers Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg first conceived of the deranged animated comedy nearly a decade ago, and every studio passed on it.
For better or worse, this is the thing we did to support that. The statement was met with cheers from the crowd, including AMPAS member Bill Plympton, a stalwart independent animator who has maintained his distinctive hand-drawn style and naughty, adult-oriented slapstick humor for decades.
At an event following the screening, Plympton found Rogen at the bar. He was inspired by their positive reactions from people generally tasked with kid-friendly stories. As with their fellow grocery items, they dream — and sing — of the Great Beyond, an imaginary utopian realm they envision beyond the checkout counter.
The climactic sex scene, which finds dozens of food items stretching and sliding into jarringly sensual poses, initially ran 12 minutes long. The result has been cathartic and inspirational. The awards campaign keeps that sentiment afloat.
Sony ed as a distributor, even though the studio had no interest in making the movie happen before. By contrast, Ellison gave Rogen and his team carte blanche to take the material as far as they could. If anything, she would push us further. Rogen said he and Goldberg struggled to find a philosophical foundation for the zany premise.
That was an incredibly daunting revelation. Rogen and Goldberg tested the movie in very rough stages for that exact reason. At the New York event, he spent hours receiving compliments from animators in attendance and answering questions about how the movie got made. The musicians kept laughing. It was surreal.
Menken looked pleased. Rogen shrugged. Stay on top of the latest breaking film and TV news! Up: Stay on top of the latest breaking film and TV news!
Back to IndieWire. Now, the movie's a potential Oscar contender. Eric Kohn Nov 15, am erickohn.
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