Shrek animators to reveal final chapter at the Tribeca film festival
on Wednesday,March 03,2010 23:03
The fourth and final installment of Dreamworks' animated film series Shrek will open at the ninth annual Tribeca film festival next month, the Guardian reports.
Mike Meyers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz and Antonio Banderas have all returned to the studio to lend their voices to the movie, which is titled Shrek Ever After. According to the film's website, moviegoers will find their green-faced hero bored with his domestic life and seeking the excitement he once enjoyed during his bachelor days. This desire leads him to sign a pact with Rumplestiltskin, a swindler who leads Shrek to an alternate version of his native land, Far Far Away.
To his horror, Shrek is transported to a place where ogres are hunted, he and his wife Fiona are strangers and Rumpelstiltskin rules. The film was directed by Mike Mitchell, whose previous works include 1999's Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo.
The rest of the lineup for the festival, which will take place between April 21 and May 2, is expected to be released in the coming weeks, according to the newspaper.
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