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Shrek Forever After


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Shrek (5 walls) Forever After is a 2010 (10 years ago) animated fantasy-family film, and the final movie in the Shrek (5 walls) series. It was released in theaters on May 21, 2010 (10 years ago) in the United States, Canada, India, on May 20 in Russia and on May 28 in Vietnam. It is scheduled to be released on Jul. 2, 2010 (10 years ago) in the United Kingdom.[3][4] It was released in 3-D and IMAX 3-D theaters.[5]

Like the first three Shrek (5 walls) films, the movie is based on fairy tale themes.[6] The trailer was attached with Avatar. The second trailer was released online on Mar. 12, 2010 (10 years ago) and then attached with 3D showings of Alice In Wonderland (2 walls) and then with How to Train Your Dragon.[citation needed] The third and final trailer was attached to Iron Man (17 walls) 2.[citation needed]



Just before Princess Fiona’s rescue by Shrek (5 walls) in the first film, King Harold and Queen Lillian seek out the magic deal-maker Rumpelstiltskin for help breaking Fiona’s curse. Harold is about to sign a contract to break the curse in exchange for Rumpelstiltskin becoming king of Far Far Away when word comes that Fiona has been rescued. In the present, a disgruntled Rumpelstiltskin wishes that Shrek (5 walls) was never born.

Shrek (5 walls) has grown tired of being a celebrity and his overwhelming family and friends, as well as feeling that he is not a “real ogre” anymore. When they arrive at Far Far Away for the ogre babies' first birthday, fans ask Shrek (5 walls) to autograph pitch forks and torches, a boy asks him to roar, and the three pigs eat the birthday cake. Shrek (5 walls) roars in frustration and everyone applauds. He then smashes a new cake and angrily leaves. Fiona talks to Shrek (5 walls) about his anger and his wish to be a real ogre, overheard by Rumpelstiltskin. Fiona tells Shrek (5 walls) he has everything, but does not see it, and returns to the party.

Shrek (5 walls) encounters Rumpelstiltskin, who offers him a day when none of his adventures ever happened, a day to feel like a real ogre again, in exchange for a day from Shrek’s childhood. Shrek (5 walls) signs the contract. Shrek (5 walls) enjoys being feared by villagers before he sees wanted signs for him and Fiona and discovers that his home is a deserted tree stump. Shrek (5 walls) is attacked by a group of witches and knocked unconscious. Shrek (5 walls) wakes up in a cage being hauled by Donkey, who does not recognize Shrek. Shrek (5 walls) is brought to Rumpelstiltskin, king of Far Far Away. Because Queen Lilian and King Harold signed the contract to make "all of their problems disappear", both of them disappeared. Rumpelstiltskin tells Shrek (5 walls) that he will disappear in one day because he took the day of Shrek's birth. Shrek (5 walls) steals a broom and escapes with Donkey. Though Donkey is initially afraid of Shrek (5 walls), he returns when he finds Shrek (5 walls) crying over his baby's toy. They become friends.

Donkey helps Shrek (5 walls) to determine that the escape clause of Rumpelstiltskin’s contract is true love’s first kiss. After not finding Fiona in the tower, the two discover a secret community of ogres led by Fiona. Fiona has never met Shrek (5 walls) and dismisses his attempts to reconcile with her. Shrek (5 walls) also finds Puss in Boots, now Fiona’s pet who retired from swordsmanship and is fat and lazy. Puss befriends him and realizes there is romantic interest between Shrek (5 walls) and Fiona.

Rumpelstiltskin is to lead the nightly ogre hunt throughout the kingdom, and Fiona plans to ambush him. However, Rumpelstiltskin has hired the Pied Piper, who entrances the army of ogres to dance themselves to the castle. Puss and Donkey save Fiona and Shrek. Shrek (5 walls) and Fiona kiss, but since Fiona does not love him their kiss is ineffective. Fiona leaves to save the other ogres.

Rumpelstiltskin announces that whoever brings him Shrek (5 walls) will get whatever they want with no strings attached. Shrek (5 walls) turns himself in in return for "all ogres going free". Shrek (5 walls) is imprisoned with Fiona; since Fiona is a human by day, she was not released, but is moved by Shrek's sacrifice. The two are to be fed to Dragon, but Puss, Donkey and the ogres arrive and battle Rumpelstiltskin’s forces.

As Shrek (5 walls) and Fiona escape and the day is almost over, Fiona kisses Shrek (5 walls), but he disappears. Fiona remains an ogre as the sun rises, and realizes that was true love's kiss. The contract is destroyed and Shrek (5 walls) is sent back in time to when he roared during his kids' birthday. Shrek (5 walls) embraces Fiona, his family and friends, and remarks that Fiona saved him when they met.

Voice cast

  • Main
  • Mike Myers as Shrek (5 walls)
  • Eddie Murphy as Donkey
  • Cameron Diaz (31 walls) as Princess Fiona
  • Antonio Banderas as Puss in Boots
  • Walt Dohrn as Rumpelstiltskin
  • Jon Hamm as Brogan the Ogre
  • Craig Robinson as Cookie the Ogre
  • Jane Lynch as Gretched the Ogre
  • Supporting
  • Conrad Vernon as Gingerbread Man
  • Aron Warner as Big Bad Wolf
  • Christopher Knights as Three Blind Mice
  • Cody Cameron as Pinocchio, Three Little Pigs
  • Minor
  • Julie Andrews as Queen Lillian
  • John Cleese as King Harold
  • Chris Miller as Magic Mirror, Mr. Geppetto
  • Kristen Schaal as Pumpkin Witch, Palace Witch
  • Mary Kay Place as Guard Witch
  • Meredith Vieira as Broomsy Witch
  • Kathy Griffin as Dancing Witch, Wagon Witch #1
  • Lake Bell (7 walls) as Patrol Witch, Wagon Witch #2
  • Larry King as Doris the Ugly Stepsister
  • Regis Philbin as Mabel the Ugly Stepsister
  • Ryan Seacrest as Butter Pants' father
  • Mike Mitchell as Butter Pants


Tim Sullivan wrote the original story Shrek (5 walls) Goes Fourth, but Darren Lemke and Josh Klausner made the rewrites, and Mike Mitchell directed the new installment. Also, all the principal cast members reprised their roles.

On Nov. 25, 2009 (11 years ago), DreamWorks Animation announced that Shrek (5 walls) 5 has been scrapped and that Shrek (5 walls) Forever After is The Final Chapter.


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