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Shrek Forever After

Alternate Title: Shrek: The Final Chapter

Shrek Forever After (Shrek: The Final Chapter, Shrek Goes Fourth) (2010) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film Shrek Forever After

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  • DreamWorks SKG
  • Animated Characters: Shrek, Donkey, Princess Fiona, Puss in Boots, Queen, Brogan, King Harold, Cookie, Rumpelstiltskin, Priest, Krekraw Ogre, Gretched, Patrol Witch, Dancing Witch, Guard Witch, Pumpkin Witch, Palace Witch, Broomsy Witch, Father of Butter Pants, Pinocchio, Three Pigs, Doris, Mabel, Blind Mice, Gingerbread Man, Wolf, Miles Villager Kid, Nina Tourist Girl, Villager Girl, Cackling Witch, Ogre Gnimrach, Royal Messenger, Magic Mirror, Geppetto, Tour Guide, Camp Ogre, Ogre Naysayer, Baba Witch, Melty Witch, Butter Pants, Ogre Babies, Wagon Witches, Villager Fans, Witch Guards.
  • Awards: Nominee, Annie Award, Music in a Feature Production, Harry Gregson Williams, 2011.
    Nominee, Annie Award, Animated Effects in an Animated Production, Andrew Young Kim, 2011.
    Nominee, Annie Award, Production Design in a Feature Production, Peter Zaslav, 2011.
    Nominee, Annie Award, Storyboarding in a Feature Production, Paul Fisher, 2011.
    Nominee, Annie Award, Voice Acting in a Feature Production, Cameron Diaz as Fiona, 2011
  • Originally Released in 2010.
  • Running Time: 93 minutes.
  • Color
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Alternate Titles:

Alternate Titles: "Shrek: The Final Chapter (Working Title)," "Shrek Goes Fourth (Working Title)," "The Next Shrek (Working Title)," "Untitled Fourth Shrek Movie (Working Title)."

Cartoon Production Information:

The idea was for the film to premiere during the same mid-May period that "Shrek the Third" did when it opened on May 18, 2007.

The final chapter in the adventures of beloved ogre Shrek, and the first of the series to be presented in 3D.

Walt Dohrn, the voice of Rumpelstiltskin, is the film's head of story.

"Shrek's problem is he's not the same ogre he was in the first film," said director Mike Mitchell. "People don't fear him, they adore him. When he gives his trademark roar, instead of villagers running away, they run to him and ask him to sign their pitchforks. He just wishes he could get back that feeling of being a big scary ogre that no one messed with."

Release date was that of world premiere as the opening film of the Tribeca Film Festival; general release date was May 21, 2010.

Estimated budget of $165 million.
This film made $753 million in it's initial theatrical release.
3D CG Animation.

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