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Shrek the Third (2007)

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“Shrek 3”

Animation, Adventure, Comedy |

Shrek the Third is a American computer-animated comedy film directed by Chris Miller and co-directed by Raman Hui. It is the third installment in the Shrek film franchise that serves as a sequel to 2001’s Shrek and 2004’s Shrek 2.

The film stars Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz, Antonio Banderas, Rupert Everett, Julie Andrews and John Cleese reprising their voice roles from the previous films, along with new additions such as Justin Timberlake as Arthur Pendragon and Eric Idle as Merlin. In The Third, Prince Charming is plotting to overthrow Shrek and Fiona, who have inherited the throne following King Harold’s death. Shrek, who believes an ogre does not fit in to be king and does not want to rule the kingdom, attempts to convince Fiona’s underachieving, 16-year-old cousin Artie to reign instead.

Shrek and Princess Fiona are to set to succeed the dying King Harold, but Shrek’s attempts to serve as the Regent during the King’s medical leave end in disaster. He insists that an ogre as king isn’t ideal and that there must be someone else. Before he dies, Harold tells Shrek of another heir: his nephew, Arthur “Artie” Pendragon. Meanwhile, Prince Charming vows to become King of Far Far Away and avenge the death of his mother, the Fairy Godmother. Charming goes to the Poison Apple tavern and persuades fairy tale villains to fight for their “happily ever after”.

Directors: Chris Miller, Raman Hui (co-director)

Writers: Jeffrey Price (screenplay by), Peter S. Seaman (screenplay by), Chris Miller (screenplay by), Aron Warner (screenplay by), Andrew Adamson (story by), William Steig (based upon the book by)

Stars: Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz, Antonio Banderas, Rupert Everett, Julie Andrews, John Cleese

Cast:

Mike MyersShrek (voice)
Eddie MurphyDonkey (voice)
Cameron DiazPrincess Fiona (voice)
Antonio BanderasPuss in Boots (voice)
Julie AndrewsQueen (voice)
John CleeseKing (voice)
Rupert EverettPrince Charming (voice)
Eric IdleMerlin (voice)
Justin TimberlakeArtie (voice)
Susanne BlakesleeEvil Queen (voice)
Cody CameronPinocchio / Three Pigs (voice)
Larry KingDoris (voice)
Christopher KnightsBlind Mice / Heckler / Evil Tree #2 / Guard #2 (voice)
John KrasinskiLancelot (voice)
Ian McShaneCaptain Hook (voice)
Cheri OteriSleeping Beauty / Actress (voice)
Regis PhilbinMabel (voice)
Amy PoehlerSnow White (voice)
Seth RogenShip Captain (voice)
Maya RudolphRapunzel (voice)
Amy SedarisCinderella (voice)
Conrad VernonGingerbread Man / Rumplestiltskin / Headless Horseman (voice)
Aron WarnerWolf (voice)
Jasper Johannes AndrewsOgre Baby (voice)
Guillaume AretosRaul (voice)
Kelly AsburyMaster of Ceremonies / Fiddlesworth (voice)
Zachary James BernardOgre Baby (voice)
Andrew BirchEvil Tree #1 (voice)
Sean BishopDrivers Ed Instructor / Hall Monitor / Teacher (voice)
Kelly CooneyCheerleader / Tiffany / Mother (voice)
Walt DohrnVan Student / Xavier / Principal Pynchley / Nanny Dwarf / Evil Knight / Singing Villain (voice)
Dante James HauserOgre Baby (voice)
Jordan Alexander HauserOgre Baby (voice)
Tom KaneGuard #1 (voice)
Tom McGrathGary (voice)
Chris MillerPuppet Master / Announcer / Mascot / Singing Villain (voice)
Latifa OuaouCheerleader / Guinevere / Woman (voice)
Alina PhelanCheerleader (voice)
David P. SmithWaiter / Evil Dwarf (voice)
Mark ValleyCyclops (voice)
Kari WahlgrenOld Lady (voice)
Jamison BrightItalian Prince (Special Features) (uncredited)
Kresimir MikicMagarac (uncredited)
Vedran MlikotaShrek (uncredited)

Sources: imdb & wikipedia

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