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Mike Myers and Cameron Diaz have hinted that Shrek the Ogre might return to the big screen yet again. The fourth film in the animated series, Shrek Forever After, hit cinemas earlier this year and was billed as ”The Final Chapter”. “We”re the last people to know anything that”s going on, is the absolute truth.
Broadway stage show Shrek The Musical is scheduled to open in the West End next year, the Theatre Royal has announced. The production, which scooped a Tony award for best costume, is to make its London debut in May, reports the BBC. The show ran for over 12 months in New York but closed after
“Shrek Forever After,” the 3-D animated sequel about a gentle green ogre, won the top box office spot for a third straight week with 25.3 million dollars in receipts, preliminary figures showed Sunday. Debuting in the number two spot was the raunchy comedy “Get Him To The Greek,” with 17.4 million dollars in projected ticket sales, according to …
In this film publicity image released by Paramount Pictures, Fiona, voiced by Cameron Diaz, left, and Shrek, voiced by Mike Myers, right, are shown in a scene from, “Shrek Forever After.” (AP Photo/Paramount Pictures, DreamWorks Animation)
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The Dreamowrks Company is evidently bored by the same story line of an ogre laying the golden egg. The fourth movie ‘Shrek Forever After’ in the series does not try and change the concept of the Shrek movies. The concept is so cramped up that it does not have much room for further scope.