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Sausage Party
Theatrical Performance (US$)
Cambodia Box Office $8,429Details
Worldwide Box Office $141,354,394Details
Home Market Performance
North America DVD Sales $8,259,250 Details
North America Blu-ray Sales $7,194,668 Details
Total North America Video Sales $15,453,918
Further financial details...

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One sausage leads a group of supermarket products on a quest to discover the truth about their existence and what really happens when they become chosen to leave the grocery store.


Movie Details

Production Budget:$19,000,000
Cambodia Releases: September 30th, 2016 (Wide)
Video Release: November 1st, 2016 by Columbia Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for strong crude sexual content, pervasive language, and drug use.
(Rating bulletin 2427 (Cert #49738), 6/1/2016)
Running Time: 85 minutes
Keywords: Food, Animated Inanimate Objects
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Digital Animation
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: Annapurna Pictures, Point Grey, Columbia Pictures
Production Countries: United States


Seth Rogen    Frank/Sergeant Pepper
Kristen Wiig    Brenda
Jonah Hill    Carl
Bill Hader    Firewater/Tequila/El Guaco
Michael Cera    Barry
James Franco    Druggie
Danny McBride    Honey Mustard
Craig Robinson    Grits
Paul Rudd    Darren
Nick Kroll    Douche
David Krumholtz    Lavash
Edward Norton    Sammy
Salma Hayek    Teresa
Alistair Abell    Mariachi Salsa/Gefilte Fish
Iris Apatow    Berry Good Candies/Grape #3/Coconut Milk
Sugar Lyn Beard    Baby Carrot/Cookies
Ian James Corlett    Apple/Tickilish Licorice/Relish/Bag of Dog Food
Michael Daingerfield    Chunk Munchers Cereal/Light Bulb/Indian Chutney
Brian Dobson    Italian Tomato/Lettuce
Michael Dobson    Queso
Ian Hanlin    Beet
Maryke Hendrikse    Popped Cherry Mixer/Plum #1/Loretta Bun/Frozen Fruitz
Anders Holm    Troy
Lauren Miller    Camille Toh/Tampon
Nicole Oliver    Sally Bun/Ice Cream/Watermelon/Female Shopper #1
Kelly Sheridan    Roberta Bun/Grape #2/Female Shopper #2
Jason Simpson    Plum #2/Beer Keg/Fat Guy/Fit Man
Greg Tiernan    Potato/Noodle Soup
Vincent Tong    Pislitz Chips/Juice Box/Jamaican Rum
Scott Digs Underwood    Gum/Twink/Krinkler's Chips/Pizza
Conrad Vernon    Toilet Paper/Sauerkraut/Catcall Sausage/Grape #1/Beer Can/Pop Bottle
Sam Vincent    Old Pork Sausage/Refried Beans/Sandwich/Pop Tart/Licorice Rope
Harland Williams    Ketchup/Drug Dealer/Baba Ganoush

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Conrad Vernon
Director    Greg Tiernan
Screenwriter    Seth Rogen
Screenwriter    Evan Goldberg
Screenwriter    Kyle Hunter
Screenwriter    Ariel Shaffir
Story by    Seth Rogen
Story by    Evan Goldberg
Story by    Jonah Hill
Producer    Megan Ellison
Producer    Seth Rogen
Producer    Evan Goldberg
Producer    Conrad Vernon
Executive Producer    Jonah Hill
Executive Producer    James Weaver
Executive Producer    Ariel Shaffir
Executive Producer    Kyle Hunter
Executive Producer    David Distenfeld
Co-Producer    Pilar Flynn
Co-Producer    Alexandria McAtee
Co-Producer    Jillian Longnecker
Visual Effects Supervisor    Bert Van Brande
Editor    Kevin Pavlovic
Composer    Alan Menken
Composer    Christopher Lennertz
Music Supervisor    Gabe Hilfer
Line Producer    Nicole Stinn
Line Producer    Bruce Franklin
Production Manager    Arlyn Bantog
Storyboard Supervisor    Todd Demong
Lead Storyboard Artist    Scott Digs Underwood
Storyboard Artist    Johnny Castuciano
Storyboard Artist    David Dick
Storyboard Artist    Kenny Park
Storyboard Artist    Cory Toomey
Storyboard Artist    James Wootton
Production Designer    Kyle McQueen
Lead Character Designer    Craig Kellman
Lead Character Designer    Michael Linton
First Assistant Editor    Ellery VanDooyeweert
Assistant Editor    Anthony Bauyon
Assistant Editor    Jenn Strom
Character CG Supervisor    Nate Barnard
Character CG Supervisor    Tarek Elaydi
Animation Supervisor    Steve Wittmann
Animation Supervisor    Jeff Bailey
Post-Production Supervisor    Shaun Gordon
Sound Design and Supervision    Geoffrey G. Rubay
Re-recording Mixer    Deb Adair
Re-recording Mixer    Chris Carpenter
Sound Effects Editor    David Werntz
Sound Effects Editor    Ryan Collins
Foley Mixer    Geoffrey G. Rubay
Score Mixer    Frank Wolf

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November 8th, 2016

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November 2nd, 2016

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Weekend Wrap-Up: Breathe Blows Away the New Releases

September 7th, 2016

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The Labor Day long weekend wasn’t even close with Don’t Breathe earning more over three days than any other film earned over four. There were a couple of other major stories as Suicide Squad hit $300 million on Monday and Bad Moms hit $100 million on Saturday. Given the production budgets of those two films, the latter has a lot more reasons to celebrate. As for the new releases, the studios will just be hoping no one remembers them in a few weeks. The Light Between Oceans missed the top five, while Morgan missed the top ten. The overall box office fell 16% to $99 million over the three-day weekend and $127 million including Monday. This is 8.9% higher than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2016’s lead over 2015 grew to $500 million at $7.98 billion to $7.48 billion. That’s a lead of 6.7%. It would take a real collapse for 2016 to lose at this rate. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Don’t Breathe Made the Box Office Gasp with $26.41 million

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Weekend Estimates: Don’t Breathe Launches with Impressive $26.1 Million

August 28th, 2016

Don’t Breathe

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Weekend Predictions: Will the New Releases be a Breath of Fresh Air?

August 25th, 2016

Don’t Breathe

It’s the last weekend of summer and a number of schools are already back, so the box office prospects are really low. That’s not to say there’s nothing to look forward to, as Don’t Breathe is earning stellar reviews. On the other hand, Mechanic: Resurrection still has no reviews. (There was another movie, Hands of Stone, that was expected to open wide, but that is no longer the case.) This weekend last year, Straight Outta Compton completed its threepete with $13.13 million. The best new release was War Room, which only managed $11.35 million. This year, the two wide releases will topped the combined numbers of those two films, while the holdovers will push 2016 over 2015 in the year-over-year comparison. More...

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August 21st, 2016

Suicide Squad

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August 18th, 2016

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Summer is over, at least as far as the box office is concerned. There are three films opening wide and another expanding wide-ish, but none of them are expected to crack $20 million over the weekend. War Dogs should come the closest, but even then, it is only aiming at the midteens. Kubo and the Two Strings is the best of the new releases, but recent history isn’t kind to stop-motion animated films. The final wide release of the week is Ben-Hur. This film cost nearly $100 million to make and it is expected to bomb spectacularly. Hell or High Water is expected to expand semi-wide, perhaps wide enough to score a spot in the top ten. Suicide Squad will likely win the box office race, but this has less to do with the film’s strength and more to do with the weak competition. Speaking of weak competition, this weekend last year, Straight Outta Compton earned more than all three wide releases combined. 2016 won’t be able to match it at the top of the chart, but there’s much better depth this year than last year, so 2016 should win in the year-over-year comparison. More...

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August 16th, 2016

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August 16th, 2016

Sausage Party

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August 14th, 2016

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Sausage Party

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Next week is likely going to be the last weekend of summer, as Pete’s Dragon is the last film coming out this summer with a realistic shot at $100 million at the box office. The other two releases, Florence Foster Jenkins and Sausage Party, are pure counter-programming. If they make $100 million combined, then at least one of them will be seen as a success. Pete’s Dragon might not earn first place over the weekend, but it is the only real choice for the target film in this week's Box Office Prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for Pete’s Dragon.

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2016/10/07 - $1,096   16 $69   $8,429 2

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Box Office
Argentina 10/27/2016 $68,978 77 77 136 $151,994 11/22/2016
Aruba 8/11/2016 $4,431 3 3 9 $13,773 9/13/2016
Australia 8/12/2016 $1,922,360 221 238 1190 $6,713,023 9/26/2016
Austria 10/7/2016 $236,204 56 57 338 $815,288 12/13/2016
Belgium 10/26/2016 $38,940 20 20 44 $90,689 11/29/2016
Bolivia 10/20/2016 $16,109 12 12 22 $39,718 11/8/2016
Brazil 10/6/2016 $266,155 214 214 381 $598,136 11/8/2016
Bulgaria 9/23/2016 $4,861 29 29 54 $15,752 10/18/2016
Cambodia 9/30/2016 $0 0 16 16 $8,429 10/11/2016
Central America 10/6/2016 $97,090 83 83 120 $168,291 10/25/2016
Chile 10/20/2016 $32,998 22 22 35 $76,731 11/14/2016
Colombia 10/6/2016 $13,135 26 26 26 $13,135 10/11/2016
Croatia 9/8/2016 $19,250 21 23 76 $70,291 10/11/2016
Curacao 8/11/2016 $950 1 1 5 $4,057 9/13/2016
Czech Republic 8/25/2016 $126,090 55 57 272 $571,290 10/19/2016
Denmark 9/8/2016 $77,365 41 41 112 $225,051 10/11/2016
Dominican Republic 8/11/2016 $10,385 16 16 28 $18,145 8/30/2016
Estonia 8/26/2016 $18,925 19 19 53 $92,881 10/4/2016
Finland 10/21/2016 $73,687 41 41 129 $222,510 12/20/2016
France 11/30/2016 $240,703 81 81 182 $456,920 12/20/2016
Germany 10/6/2016 $1,259,761 444 444 2068 $3,824,688 12/6/2016
Greece 9/29/2016 $20,478 28 28 59 $86,567 11/1/2016
Hong Kong 11/10/2016 $94,432 6 17 44 $292,878 12/13/2016
Hungary 10/6/2016 $88,712 36 41 126 $283,193 11/22/2016
Iceland 8/17/2016 $25,222 7 7 23 $116,137 9/27/2016
Israel 8/11/2016 $279,377 25 27 192 $2,024,939 11/1/2016
Italy 10/31/2016 $404,682 200 200 292 $1,043,249 11/22/2016
Jamaica 8/24/2016 $13,450 4 4 7 $21,514 9/7/2016
Japan 11/4/2016 $88,883 6 8 66 $731,857 2/14/2017
Latvia 8/26/2016 $10,273 6 7 24 $67,053 10/4/2016
Lithuania 9/16/2016 $25,613 108 108 189 $73,607 10/13/2016
Mexico 10/7/2016 $244,332 259 259 477 $617,351 11/29/2016
Mongolia 9/23/2016 $6,705 3 3 12 $23,736 10/18/2016
Netherlands 8/26/2016 $4,669 35 84 330 $714,631 10/25/2016
New Zealand 9/9/2016 $265,781 55 55 220 $731,539 10/17/2016
North America 8/12/2016 $34,263,534 3103 3135 17395 $97,670,358 10/15/2017
Norway 9/9/2016 $184,893 65 92 200 $547,464 11/1/2016
Peru 10/20/2016 $18,530 17 17 17 $18,530 10/25/2016
Philippines 9/28/2016 $75,149 58 58 65 $102,904 10/11/2016
Poland 8/12/2016 $273,287 101 110 609 $1,429,220 10/4/2016
Portugal 9/15/2016 $119,815 51 56 195 $356,239 11/4/2016
Romania 8/12/2016 $40,800 63 63 172 $117,396 9/20/2016
Russia (CIS) 9/8/2016 $1,198,326 847 847 2126 $2,596,844 11/1/2016
Serbia and Montenegro 9/15/2016 $5,403 17 17 41 $17,976 10/25/2016
Singapore 10/6/2016 $93,047 8 8 30 $226,781 11/14/2016
Slovakia 8/11/2016 $93,652 50 50 179 $355,726 10/18/2016
Slovenia 9/8/2016 $6,872 13 13 39 $27,739 10/18/2016
South Africa 9/9/2016 $35,636 21 24 96 $161,845 10/25/2016
Spain 10/7/2016 $1,101,001 302 319 1266 $4,248,904 12/6/2016
Suriname 8/18/2016 $1,111 1 1 4 $3,577 9/13/2016
Sweden 8/17/2016 $76,788 42 42 138 $356,150 10/18/2016
Switzerland 10/6/2016 $62,842 34 34 92 $162,909 11/29/2016
Taiwan 11/11/2016 $107,961 44 44 99 $195,215 12/6/2016
Thailand 12/29/2016 $30,091 26 26 42 $66,629 1/18/2017
Trinidad 8/10/2016 $38,681 10 11 53 $154,470 9/20/2016
Ukraine 10/20/2016 $172,985 128 131 352 $361,930 11/29/2016
United Kingdom 9/2/2016 $3,577,811 525 533 2258 $10,219,534 11/1/2016
Uruguay 10/27/2016 $5,381 6 6 12 $10,931 11/29/2016
Rest of World $926,080
Worldwide Total$141,354,394 10/15/2017

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