Hayek & ‘Puss In Boots’

May 11, 2011 by Post Team 

Hayek & 'Puss In Boots'Hayek & ‘Puss In Boots’, As it has done many times in the ten years since Shrek played in competition here, CEO of DreamWorks Animation, Jeffrey Katzenberg, brought a new movie in Cannes. This time it was Puss in Boots, focusing on the grumpy green ogre cohort of swashbuckling feline, now the story of its origin.

Katzenberg and director Chris Miller, who directed and co-wrote Shrek the Third, in approximately 15 minutes of 3D images in film Miramar Wednesday. (The film does not hit theaters until November.)

“This has become a wonderful tradition for us,” said Katzenberg, who said Miller, a veteran participant Shrek franchise in recent years had “fallen deeply, and a bit clumsy in love with a cat.”

Miller described the pregnancy as a process caused by wondering where Jack, the voice of Antonio Banderas, put on his boots, his accent and confidence commensurate with such a small creature. Thus, the origin story was developed for a kitten sometimes called “The Lover hairy”, “Chupacabras” or “El Diablo” Cat “, which Miller describes as” a big heart and just the devil in him. ”

The stylized images includes an introduction to the burly villain outlaw Jack and Jill, the voice of Billy Bob Thornton and Amy Sedaris, a rooftop chase between a cat and a mysterious thief, an extended dance and sword fighting in a meeting place underground cat and a plot between Jack, his traitor once Humpty Dumpty Alexander, the voice of Zach Galifianakis, and handed sxy Kitty, the voice of Salma Hayek, to steal some magic beans.

Then Miller took Banderas and Hayek on stage and Banderas said: “. He is the cat – the cat is”

“Meow,” said the Spanish actor, who had his typical fun with the procedure. At one point, put the 3D glasses, Hayek scanned up and down and told the crowd, “You can not see what I see,” Whoa, Salma! ”

Among other issues, the actors asked how he felt about representing Latin Americans in Hollywood. “I feel very proud,” said Banderas. “I never did when I first got to Hollywood I was a kid from Oklahoma.” Referring to the breadth of roles Latinos play now, Hayek joked: “Now we can even get to play the cats!” (“The cats were British, traditionally,” cracked Banderas.)

Hayek was to congratulate DreamWorks Animation to create Puss in Boots “, a world inspired by our heritage. It just shows how far we’ve come.”

Banderas is also on the agenda of Cannes as the star of the drama of competition from Pedro Almodovar, who live skin. “Art serves many purposes – they are all legitimate,” said the actor to do such diverse roles. Said it had been 21 years since the last time he performed Almodovar in Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down! And with the new horror film writer-director was “trying to make a completely different dish.”

Hayek has the best laugh, however, when a reporter asked how Israel both actors felt about aging in Hollywood. “We do not know yet,” said the actress, 44 years old, sitting beside her 50-year-old co-star. “But we will contact you.”

Report to Team

Please feel free to send if you have any questions regarding this post , you can contact on

Disclaimer: The views expressed on this site are that of the authors and not necessarily that of U.S.S.POST.


Comments are closed.