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Thursday 18 December 2014

Salma Hayek joins Sausage Party

Salma Hayek will voice a character in Sausage Party
Salma Hayek will voice a character in Sausage Party

Salma Hayek is to voice a character in upcoming animated comedy Sausage Party.

The Savages star has officially signed up for Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg's R-rated film, reported Deadline.

She joins Jonah Hill, Michael Cera, Edward Norton, James Franco and Kristen Wiig in the voice cast of the film, which follows a packet of sausages who fall out of a supermarket trolley and end up on a perilous journey through the shop as they try to get back to their shelf.

Salma, 47, will play Teresa the Taco.

While it's an animated comedy, Sausage Party will be for adults, with Columbia Pictures' Hannah Minghella previously explaining it would be "irreverent, insightful and risque".

Conrad Vernon and Greg Tiernan will direct the feature, and it is expected to be released in 2015.

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