Meatball Costumes for Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs

posted by nicole19 on (4 years, 9 months ago)

The popular 1978 book called Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs is being turned into a Sony Pictures Animated film. The release date is September 18, 2009, so you will have plenty of chance to get your meatballs costume created. The film is going to have a similar plot to the book. The director's concept of Chewandswallow town will be recreated in the animation. In the film weather comes three times a day: breakfast, lunch and dinner. Each time the weather comes there is a beverage and food.

For example the rain is juice and soup, snow is mashed potatoes, and the wind brings hamburgers. With floods or storms pancakes occur, and tomato sauce is a tornado. Giant Meatballs on the other hand are very dangerous. They can crush the townsfolk. Whenever meatballs come along they build sailboats out of bread.

Bill Hader and Anna Faris will voice two of the characters in the film. Flint Lockwood is an important character since he is an inventor with dreams of making people's lives better when it comes to the weather. Faris is playing the weather girl. James Caan, Bruce Campbell, Mr. T, and Tracy Morgan are also on the voice cast.

The concept of the movie is to be a parody of disaster movies like Twister, Armageddon and the Day After Tomorrow. Now is the chance to get your weather gear out and prepare for the influx of food! The costume ideas are almost too numerous to list considering all the foods that exist and the types of weather you might want to plan for. In Cloudy for a Chance of Meatballs be prepared to have a great meatballs costume with a rounded body, brownish red material, and a plate of spaghetti waiting for you to land on!

If Meatballs are not your thing consider the tornado tomato sauce. With a little imagination and a bit of sewing you could have a really spectacular costume. Consider Campbell's Tomato Soup costumes for this little beauty.


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