Watch This: Official Theatrical Trailer for Shrek Forever After
DreamWorks Animation has debuted the full-length theatrical trailer for Shrek Forever After today to give you a taste of what's coming this summer. The first teaser trailer arrived in December but we haven't seen much since. With DreamWorks' other new movie, How to Train Your Dragon, opening in a few more weeks, marketing will definitely be ramping up for Shrek Forever After as well, since it's their big sunmer movie. I can't tell you how happy I am knowing that this is the last Shrek movie we'll see (besides a Puss in Boots spin-off). I'm just tired of these movies. It doesn't look that bad, just doesn't look that great either.
Watch the new theatrical trailer for Shrek Forever After:
You can also watch the trailer for Shrek Forever After in High Definition on Yahoo
After challenging a dragon, rescuing a beautiful princess and saving your in-laws' kingdom, what's an ogre to do? If you're Shrek, you wind up a domesticated family man. What's happened to this ogre's roar?
Shrek Forever After is directed by Mike Mitchell, of Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo, Surviving Christmas, and Sky High previously. The screenplay was written by Josh Klausner (Shrek the Third, upcoming Date Night) and Darren Lemke (Flashpoint, Lost). This is DreamWorks Animation's 20th feature film since opening in 1994. Paramount is bringing Shrek Forever After to theaters everywhere on May 21st, 2010 this summer.
Reader Feedback - 16 Comments
Didnt even watch it, I just agree, Im so glad to see that this is the last one. Shouldnt even of went past a #1.
Cody w on Mar 11, 2010
I kind of liked that trailer, hope its better then #2
OCP on Mar 11, 2010
This looks far more promising than the god awful 3rd movie. The story will allow the characters to breathe. I just don't like the look of rumple.
Link1983 on Mar 11, 2010
#1 give it a chance it wasn't all that bad. The Puss in Boots scene's were funny.
Xerxex on Mar 12, 2010
this actually looks and feels more like the first movie, which we (and will smith) all know is the best in the series. as someone who is equally as tired of shrek as everyone else, this one movie actually looks entertaining. how to train your dragon, however, looks special. - and about my will smith comment, yes, i was referring to i am legend. let's not pretend you didn't like the scene when will recites lines from shrek 1.
musicsoup on Mar 12, 2010
It seems like they have had trouble getting enought gags togeather for this film, some are a bit scraping the barrel for ideas to take the story forward. I'm glad it's the last movie Shrek has run it course.
Cineprog on Mar 12, 2010
Shrek became a classic cartoon and there where good ideas. I'm not as glad. there are lot materials to an ogre, a boot cat and a donkey. Just have to get the right writer.
D. on Mar 12, 2010
Shrek 1: meh Shrek 2: Absolutely hilarious and well-done Shrek 3: Utter failure ......I dont foresee this one being that great. Dreamworks has become such a loose-boweled animation sweat-shop excessively crapping out far too many mediocre CGI movies. Their success ratio is embarrassing, they need to make better movies.....ohwaittheyreinitforthemoneyandnotthestorynevermind
Voice of Reason on Mar 12, 2010
looks better than the third one... but i don't think i can do Shrek in 3D
dave13 on Mar 12, 2010
Actually looks kind of good.
Lar on Mar 12, 2010
DEADPOOL 72 on Mar 12, 2010
I'm surprised to find myself looking forward to this film now. The third one was god aweful but maybe they will rebound. Dreamworks has been trying to get back in the story of their animations. Kung Fu Panda was great and look out for Mega Mind. It might be better then most people thing. Dreamworks is taking a page out of the successful "How Pixar Does It".
Hedgehog on Mar 12, 2010
Doesnt look to good, at least it's not focused on his kids.
People's Champ on Mar 12, 2010
Ya ok. Ill go see it.
daniel felts on Mar 19, 2010
I'm Actually Looking Forward to this
mikeyspikey89 on Mar 19, 2010
Im also glad its not focused on his kids.
Tony on Mar 23, 2010
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