Watch: 'Puss in Boots' is Likely The Most Interesting Cat in the World

September 9, 2011

Puss in Boots

By now you've hopefully seen the countless commercials for Dos Equis beer touting The Most Interesting Man in the World as one of its loyal customers. Referring to the commercial's star Jonathan Goldstein as the man who can do it all, "Frontline" narrator Will Lyman offers gems like calling him the only man who has aced a Rorschach test. Now the suave swordsman of a cat Puss in Boots gets the same treatment as The Most Interesting Cat in the World, a feline whose hairballs are made from fine Italian wool. It's not exactly as clever as the commercials it's trying to emulate but it's a fun video to check out below.

Here's the Puss in Boots viral spot for The Most Interesting Cat in the World (via BuzzFeed):

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. Anyone excited for this already?

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Jeremy Clarkson would be a better Narrator. Also The Stig is no puss.

Dave on Sep 9, 2011


that was funny

Psyche010 on Sep 10, 2011


Is Dreamworks a Jewish company? Based in Israel?

Insidejob on Sep 10, 2011


Is Dreamworks a Jewish company? Based in Israel?

Insidejob on Sep 10, 2011


Is that a serious question? Based in your actual brain?

Tyler Morgan on Sep 10, 2011


You are overly optimistic thinking they have a brain.

Pilgrim UK on Sep 10, 2011


By they you mean Jews?

Rich Lee on Sep 10, 2011


Maybe you should go back to danger girl leave the growns ups. (Do you see the irony of that remark)

Pilgrim UK on Sep 10, 2011


In answer to your question, yes Dreamworks SKG is a Jewish company founded by Spielberg, Katzenberg, and Geffen. Very perceptive of you, sir. 

JewAmericano on Sep 10, 2011


No the real answer is: Its an American Company founded by Americans and no its not in Israel.  Which was not very astute of you.

Pilgrim UK on Sep 11, 2011


It's a Jewish American company for sure. Veiled anti-semitic remark? What are you? The ADL? 

Lego on Sep 12, 2011


What are you the KKK. Har har

Pilgrim UK on Sep 12, 2011


That should teach the bullies here a lesson or three.

Galahannibal on Sep 11, 2011


What are you talking about? What bullies?

Ford on Sep 12, 2011

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