David Krumholtz has joined on with Michael Cera and James Franco, along with Vancouver-natives Seth Rogan and Jonah Hill in the voice cast recently announced for the highly anticipated comedy film Sausage Party. To add some feminine energy to the mix, Bridesmaids comedic-mastermind Kristen Wiig has also signed her vocal talents on to the project.
Directed by Conrad Vernon and Greg Tiernan for Sony Pictures, “Sausage Party” has been in development for years, and with an A-list cast of comedy guru’s like this it’s sure to be a hit. The film will be a 3-D CG animated movie, which will undoubtedly be rated-R. The project is shaping up to be a solid investment.
Krumholtz has also been working on another comedy titled Casual Encounters, along with Taran Killam and Brooklyn Decker. He also recently completed a project – The Judge – with Robert Duvall, Billy Bob Thornton, Robert Downey, Jr. and Leighton Meester that centers around a lawyer who returns to his hometown for his mother’s funeral and finds his estranged father, the town’s judge, suspected of murder. It was easy to see that Krumholtz had talent early on in his career with performances in The Santa Clause series, the 90s favorite 10 Things I Hate About You, his television drama series Numbers, and many other performances.
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10. The Apocalypse – This Is The End
Easily the funniest film of the year so far, This Is the End also unexpectedly features one of the most memorably entertaining set-pieces all year. It begins when Seth Rogen and Jay Baruchel – playing themselves, remember – head to a convenience store (convenient because it’s somehow located by the Hollywood sign) for cigarettes. Here, the Rapture begins, culminating in a cantankerous store attendant being brutally crushed to death.
When they return to James Franco’s house, things go from bad to worse, as a crack opens in the Earth, causing the deaths of a multitude of name actors, including Michael Cera (hilariously impaled by a street light), Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Rihanna, Mindy Kaling, Martin Starr, Aziz Ansari, Kevin Hart, Jason Segel, and David Krumholtz. The sheer absurdity of seeing these actors be dutifully killed off in such brutal fashion was both hilarious and impossible to forget.