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Sausage Party: Dawn of the Humans, also known as Sausage Party 2: Dawn of the Humans, or simply just Sausage Party 2, is an upcoming American-Canadian 2019 adult computer-animated action drama-comedy thriller film directed by Greg Tiernan and Gary Trousdale and produced by Seth Rogen, Meghan Ellison, Evan Goldberg. It serves as a sequel to the 2016 film, Sausage Party, officially making it Point Grey Pictures' second sequel film, first being Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising. Conrad Vernon returns to only produce the sequel as Gary Trousdale replaced him as the director for the sequel. It will be released in theaters on June 21, 2021.
- Mila Kunis as Carrie Toh, the 17-year-old daughter of Camille Toh and the main protagonist of the movie.
- Kristen Wiig as Brenda, the first of the movie's two deuteragonists.
- Wiig also voices Mary Smirnov.
- Seth Rogen as Frank, Brenda's boyfriend and the second of the movie's two deuteragonists (he was the protagonist of the first film).
- Rogen also voices Freddy Smirnov, a paperboy who is the son of Anton and Mary.
- Gary Oldman as Richard Moneyass, a businessman who wants Shopwell's to be erased from existence. He's the main antagonist of the movie.
- Greg Tiernan as Kevin, a tube of toothpaste
- Jonah Hill voices the following characters:
- Splash, a watermelon who despises Toilet Paper
- Carl, a sausage who was sliced by Camille Toh in the first film but was later brought back to life in this film thanks to Gum's Recovery Center.
- Seth MacFarlane as Chester the cheeseburger
- Conrad Vernon as Toilet Paper, the tritagonist of the film who somehow survived.
- Edward Norton as Sammy Bagel, Jr.
- Danny McBride as Choco the Chocolate Milk
- Salma Hayek as Teresa del Taco
- Hayek also voices Maya Aiza
- Michael Cera as Barry, a deformed sausage.
- Maryke Hendrikse as Lorretta Bun, a hot dog bun.
- Nicole Oliver as Wendy Simmons and Alex
- David Krumholtz as Kareem Abdul Lavash, a lavash.
- Paul Rudd as Darren, an antagonist-turned-deuteragonist who wants revenge on the food after being revived but ended up joining the team to help defeat Richard Moneyass who plans to shut down Shopwell's for good.
- Rudd also voices Leon Douglas.
- Scott Underwood as Twink and Gum
- Bill Hader as Firewater, El Guaco, and Darrell Neuman
- Bill Murray as Spicy Bean, a can of hot beans who is a new member of the Non-Perishables.
- James Franco voices the following characters:
- the Druggie
- Angelo Henderson, the ice cream owner
- Howard Levy
- Doug Toh, Carrie's father who is also Camille's husband.
- Nick Kroll as Douche, an antagonist-turned-antihero who tries to convince the main characters that not all humans are evil.
- Kroll also voices Anton Smirnov, the secondary antagonist
- Jean-Claude Van Damme as a knife sharpener
- Andrea Libman as Laura Wilson (cameo only)
- Chloë Grace Moretz as Daryl, who is the new store manager of Shopwell's, she is Darren's older sister, Carrie's best friend, and Druggie's girlfriend.
- Lauren Miller as Camille Toh, Carrie's mother.
- Noah Schnapp as Michael Toh, Carrie's 14-year-old brother.
- Gael García Bernal as Alejandro Aiza, Maya's brother.
- Rose Byrne as Anne Gordon, Angelo's girlfriend.
- Byrne also voices Nora Jones, the florist.
- Phil LaMarr as Master Sushi, the Japanese sushi martial arts master.
- Jim Cummings as Simon Meanswell, the CEO of Shopwell's.
- Zac Efron as Dan Efron, a teenage skateboarder.
The score for the sequel is being composed by John Debney. This is unlike the first film, which was composed by Christopher Lennertz and Alan Menken.
Songs heard in the film
- Fireflies by Owl City
- Diamonds by Rihanna
- Wildest Dreams by Taylor Swift
- Summer by Calvin Harris
- Call On Me by Eric Prydz
- Work from Home by Fifth Harmony feat.Ty Dolla $ign
- 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover by Paul Simon
- In Christ Alone (I Stand) by Owl City
- I Gotta Feeling by The Black Eyed Peas
- Feel This Moment by Pitbull feat. Christina Aguilera
- Wiggle by Jason Derulo feat. Snoop Dogg (Teaser trailer)
- She Wolf (Falling to Pieces) by David Guetta feat. Sia (Trailer 1)
- Druggie and Darren might return as redeemed antagonists.
- Due to the success of Sausage Party Presents: Douche and the Freshlicious Freshman, Seth Rogen is in talks to bring Nick Kroll's character, Douche, to the sequel. He also said he may include rats, who were originally going to appear in the first film, in the sequel.
- This film will be released with Adventure of Darren and his Friends, which releases on July 18 of the same year.
- Firewater, Mr. Grits, and Gum are confirmed to return for the sequel, but it is unknown if they will have a cameo or a talking appearance.
- Lavash dies in the sequel.
- His death is similar to Carl's death in the first film.
- Frank and other objects also died in the sequel.
- Although there wasn't an orgy in the sequel, there was an orgy in a flashback in a scene.
- The film is said to be more emotional than its first film, but still funny, epic and cartoony.
- The first film will be re-released in theaters 2 weeks before the sequel to promote the sequel.
- Like the first film, the second film is rated R but now has more violence, more blood, and gore. Also, there are more weapons (such as guns, swords, and knives) and there's a human sex scene.
- Douche mentions Laura Wilson from Sausage Party Presents: Douche and the Freshlicious Freshman and several times throughout the film, and she makes a brief cameo in a daydream sequence that happens when Douche imagines what it would be like if he told Laura that he tried to make friends with Frank and tried to convince him that all humans aren't bad, but they didn't believe him, which causes Laura to get angry at Douche and leave him. However, in this sequence, Laura Wilson is voiced by Andrea Libman instead of Anna Kendrick.
- During the fight scene, Daryl taking out the 44 magnum revolver which similar to the Darren taking out the revolver from the drawing in the first film.
- According to Druggie's medical cannabis identification, he was actually born on February 17th, 1995 because the directors had been mistaken. Druggie's real name can be seen in his card.
- According to the crew, this film is originally going to be fully live action but it was scrapped. The opening scene, which is the alternate ending for the first film, was kept but slightly altered for the sequel.
- The second film has a lot of fourth-wall-breaking gags (including the one where Barry and Frank talk to the viewers during the teaser trailer.)
- The sequel will use hand-drawn traditional animation just like in the first film. It will not be the main medium for the sequel, though (as it uses the same computer animation from the first movie).
- The crew give Druggie and Darren new looks because they are now pretty different from the first film.
- According to one of the crew, Alex is actually voiced by Nicole Oliver.
- List of the characters that turn into any objects after they eat their chocolate bars:
- Carrie Toh - Hot Dog Bun
- Darren - Soda Bottle
- Alex - Lollipop
- Michael Toh - Toy Car
- Doug Toh - Hot Dog Sausage
- Camille Toh - Hot Dog Bun
- According to the crew, Shopwell's is located in Los Angeles, California.
- This is the first time to give the film a female human protagonist.
The movie received positive reviews but was given more praise than the last film. Rotten Tomatoes had a score of 94%. The site's critical consensus reads "Sausage Party: Dawn of the Humans may be explicit, but it is heartwarming and funny, and the story is fun and enjoyable. It's another film that adults can enjoy". On Metacritic, it had a score of 75 of 100, indicating "generally favorable reviews". In CinemaScore, it was given an "A", improving the "B" grade given to the first film.
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This film is rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America for strong sexual content, drug use, some brief nudity, strong violence, disturbing graphics, and pervasive language.