Amy Sedaris and Billy Bob Thornton
June 22, 2011 by USA Post
Amy Sedaris and Billy Bob Thornton, While doing press for Shrek, Antonio Banderas revealed that the next spin-off of Shrek, Puss in Boots, go “in a different direction” from the Shrek franchise and “takes over and Sergio Leone Westerns.” Leona’s influence can certainly be seen in the last movie poster and trailer theatrical.
Essentially a prequel, Puss in Boots shows the swashbuckling adventures of the cat before he meets with everyone’s favorite ogre in Shrek 2 in 2004. When Jack and Jill (Billy Bob Thornton and Amy Sedaris) discovers a secret power that could destroy the world, leaving only Puss in Boots, along with Humpty Dumpty (Zach Galifianakis) and Kitty Softpaws (Salma Hayek), to save the day.
DreamWorks Animation released the first trailer for long-term spin-off Shrek Puss in Boots this week. The film, due in UK cinemas on December 9, 2011, lean as a prequel to all and represents the events leading up to the hero cat crossed with Shrek and Donkey from Shrek 2 (2004). It will, of course, will be released in 3D.
Antonio Banderas returns again to the voice of the kitten of the same name and the additional voice talent is provided by Salma Hayek (as the love interest, Kitty Softpaws), Zach Galifianakis (Humpty Dumpty), Billy Bob Thornton and Amy Sedaris (the evil Jack and Jill, respectively). Chris Miller (Shrek the Third) once again takes the helm and also has a credit as executive producer Guillermo Del Toro.
The trailer expands on the previous teaser revealing the central aspects of the plot and characters, while interspersed with a selection of these stunts and gags, based mainly cats. As expected, a parody of action movies and adventure, taking clear inspiration from the archetypal westerns, Pirates of the Caribbean films (especially in terms of score) and, of course, the Fox.
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