ON Shrek Reboot Shrek, yes! ON Puss in Boots Restart More like Puss in re-boots!
Aside from stupid puns, Universal Pictures had some serious news on Tuesday, November 6, when the studio announced they'd both restart Shrek and Puss in Boots are in progress.
diversity The announcement was confirmed in an exclusive report describing the owner and CEO of Illumination Entertainment, Chris Meledandri, who has produced all three films in the US Despicable Me Franchise as well as movies like Ice Age: The Meltdown, Horton listens Who !, Sing, Minions, The Secret Life of Pets, and more – is appropriate to monitor the pair of resuscitation images.
Under the direction of Universal, Meledandri moves through the Shrek and Puss in Boots Cannons to locate points from which to start new stories. The main task is to discover storylines that introduce the onion-eating green ogre (voiced by Mike Myers) and the reckless cat, which is more than any cat (to be voiced by Antonio Banderas) in a way that does not force itself. Universal and Meledandri want to give a brand new generation the opportunity to see the many antics and adventures of Shrek and Puss in Boots, each having its first screen premiere Shrek Movie in 2001 and the Shrek Continued in 2004.
Neither Universal nor Meledandri have reviewed details of the re-starts under development. Therefore, one can not say for sure what the films are about. However, given the nature of the reboot, it is plausible that both films rewind the clock and bring the characters' stories back to the beginning, citing them as new adversaries, new allies, and lots of new jokes in a new way Ad infinitum, (We just knows we get new one-liners like "Get out of my swamp!" and "you do not want to make the cat angry!")
Something not updated in the Shrek and Puss in Boots Refreshments, however, are the vocal performances. Meledandri betrayed it diversity His desire to reunite Shrek's voice-over Myers, Puss in Boots, Banderas and Donkey (Shrek's loveable buddy), who later marries a dragon Shrek Films) voice actor Eddie Murphy for the films.
"Looking back at these vocal performances, they are fantastic, and while you could certainly bring a complete reinvention, I respond to my own nostalgic feelings that I want to use those characterizations," Meledandri said. "The challenge for us was to find something that really feels like it's not just another movie in a series of sequels."
Meledandri can not have the new Shrek and Puss in Boots Stories still carved in stone, but he is overjoyed at the chance to get the characters back on the big screen.
"There's so much fun in this world, but it's a high pole to find a story that truly is the world," he explained. "You want to find something in the story that really feels like a goodbye."
Although both Shrek and Puss have appeared in Boots in numerous films – with the ogre in a total of four major franchise contributions, two TV specials have the title Shrek the halls (2007) and Scared scared (2010) and several animated shorts; and the orange-furry cat emerges all in all Shrek Series, his own standalone film and the two television series The Adventures of Puss in Boots (2015) and Puss in Book: Captured in an epic story (2017) – There is still room to explore the world around the characters. Sure, it's a bit strange to revive Shrek and Puss in Boots with the same voice, but it's not as if something fun and fresh could be made out of the two intertwined franchises is absolutely impossible. And as history has shown, reboots can often surprise us because they work in a big and, most importantly, pleasing way.
Let's just hope that Universal and Melendrandi Smash Mouth can somehow convince them to record new songs for reboots. That would certainly put her in the "All-Star" status, right?