Watch: Amusing 'No Pants' Viral Video for 'Puss in Boots' Unleashed
"Built to keep you well ventilated." For anyone that has asked how Puss in Boots gets away with wearing just boots, and no pants, here's your answer (sort of). DreamWorks Animation has released a viral video (via Deadline) for their upcoming animated feature Puss in Boots that has Puss himself, voiced by Antonio Banderas, addressing an issue very dear to his heart. This is quite an amusing video that they seemingly put together for fun, but I'm sure YouTube crowds will love it. If you haven't seen the newest Puss in Boots trailer, you can watch here, it looks quite good. This is only 30 seconds, so have fun with the no pants video!
Watch the "no-pants pants" viral video for DreamWorks Animation's Puss in Boots here:
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 November 4th this fall. Who's excited to see this already?
Wait! There is a fourth Shrek film?
Bass1L on Aug 12, 2011
david on Aug 12, 2011
Funny thing I thought that was kinda genius 😀
Davide Coppola on Aug 13, 2011
I despise the Shrek films, but I'm SO looking forward to this one!
MithunOnThe.Net on Aug 13, 2011
..... the third shrek in my opinion was my least favorite... i'm gonna have to pass on this one... when something's over it needs to be over.
Officiallyme on Aug 13, 2011
Puss is my favorite character
Said Samayoa on Aug 13, 2011
Rodrigo y Gabriela last night at their Hollywood performance said that they are writing and playing music for this film.
John on Aug 15, 2011
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