One Final, Funny Trailer for DreamWorks Animation's 'Puss in Boots'
"My thirst for adventure will never be quenched!" DreamWorks Animation has decided to release one more spectacular, colorful, flashy trailer via MSN for their upcoming Puss in Boots animated movie, starring Antonio Banderas as the voice of Puss. We've already seen a teaser trailer and a theatrical trailer before, as well as numerous viral cat videos, so I'm not sure why they think we need another trailer just a few weeks before release, but here we go anyway. The voice cast includes Salma Hayek as Kitty Softpaws, plus Zach Galifianakis, Billy Bob Thornton and Amy Sedaris. This does look like a whole lot of fun, I'll probably see it.
Watch the final full trailer for DreamWorks Animation's Puss in Boots, embedded via MSN:
A story about the dramatic events leading up to the sword fighting cat's meeting with Shrek and company.
Puss in Boots is directed by animator Chris Miller, who started as a story artist and directed Shrek the Third (not fourth) a few years back. The screenplay was co-written by Brian Lynch (Hop), David H. Steinberg (The Babysitter), Tom Wheeler ("The Cape") and Jon Zack (Shrek the Third). This is a new spin-off of the Puss in Boots character from the Shrek franchise created at DreamWorks Animation. Paramount is bringing Puss in Boots to theaters in 3D everywhere starting on October 28th this fall. Anyone planning on seeing this?
Reader Feedback - 7 Comments
I did not like the trailer...kinda bad...that being said I definitely will see this.
Xerxexx on Oct 6, 2011
I think for a spinoff this actually has some potential
Quick_Movies on Oct 6, 2011
I feel sorry for the people that have to work on these meh films.
Rp1n on Oct 6, 2011
Looks like straight to DVD
Garceron Ignacio on Oct 6, 2011
Redbox. Anything more and I'll pass.
Family Guy on Oct 6, 2011
hahahah the song is americano!!!!! aaahhh americaaa americanoooo GO GAGA!!!
Sandra_lopez58 on Oct 7, 2011
the best trailer for it
A5J4DX on Nov 13, 2018
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