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Shrek the Third

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

June 6, 2007

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Shrek the ThirdHave you seen Shrek the Third?

Mike Myers, Cameron Diaz, Eddie Murphy, and Antonio Banderas are back in The Land of Far, Far Away starring in the finale of the Shrek trilogy with a baby Shrek to boot.

I've been itching to get out and see this one!

Shrek the Third is now playing in a theater near you. Have you been yet?

We covered the announcement of the Shrek the Third cast last July on VOX Daily and have been waiting with bated breath for the release of this animated film.

It seems that everyone, including the fast food restaurant franchise McDonald's, has come out with a way to celebrate this movie.

Recently I touched base with voice actor Kari Wahlgren and am hoping to hear back from her to share an interview with you about her character role in the third installment of the Shrek trilogy. You might remember that we interviewed Kari Wahlgren last July, so I'm really looking forward to having her back on VOX Daily to chat with you.

If you're a Shrek fan and have seen the movie, please leave a comment about what your experience was. Did it live up to your expectations or did Shrek the Third exceed them?

Best,

Stephanie

Related Topics: Antonio Banderas, Cameron Diaz, Shrek


Comments


    I'd love to hear an interview with Kari! It'd be even COOLER if we had that in VoxTalk as an audio interview!

    I haven't yet seen the film, but I'm certainly looking forward to it!

    Jesse

    Posted by:

      I am a Mike Myers fan. There, I've said it. I love his work.

      That being said, I must say that this film exceeded my expectations. Mainly due to bad reviews. I read that "this was just an excuse to make more money on the franchise," and "many of the characters were brought back just because they were expected to be in the movie," and blah blah blah.

      I'm beginning to believe that critics just don't like good movies.

      Anyway, the story was great and the voice acting was phenomenal! Several portions of the dialogue could have been considered tongue twisters, yet Mike rattled them off like nursery rhymes. (I'm sure it took some practice, but I think he's a genius).

      At any rate, go see the movie, don't hesitate a second longer (but don't get too hyped up or you won't enjoy it as much, at least that is how it works for me. The less I expect the more I am surprised!)

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