Sign In. Mike Myers Shrek voice. Eddie Murphy Donkey voice. Cameron Diaz Princess Fiona voice. John Lithgow Lord Farquaad voice. Vincent Cassel Monsieur Hood voice. Peter Dennis Ogre Hunter voice. Clive Pearse Ogre Hunter voice. Jim Cummings Captain of Guards voice. Bobby Block Baby Bear voice.
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Sign In. Edit Shrek 2 David Stem Shrek voice Eddie Murphy Donkey voice Cameron Diaz Princess Fiona voice Julie Andrews Queen voice Antonio Banderas Puss In Boots voice John Cleese
It is the sequel to 's Shrek and the second installment in the Shrek film franchise. Shrek 2 takes place following the events of the first film, with Shrek and Donkey meeting Fiona's parents as her zealous Fairy Godmother, who wants Fiona to marry her son Prince Charming, plots to destroy Shrek and Fiona's marriage. Shrek and Donkey team up with a swashbuckling cat named Puss in Boots to foil her plans. Development began in , and following disagreements with producers, the screenwriters from the first film were replaced with Adamson. The story was inspired by Guess Who's Coming to Dinner , and new animation tools were utilized to improve the visual appearance of each character, particularly Puss in Boots. Shrek 2 premiered at the Cannes Film Festival , where it competed for the Palme d'Or , and it was released in theaters on May 19, It scored the second-largest, three-day opening weekend in U. A sequel entitled Shrek the Third was released in
Shrek is a American computer-animated comedy film loosely based on the fairy tale picture book of the same name by William Steig. In the story, an ogre called Shrek Myers finds his swamp overrun by fairy tale creatures who have been banished by the corrupt Lord Farquaad Lithgow aspiring to be king. Shrek makes a deal with Farquaad to regain control of his swamp in return for rescuing Princess Fiona Diaz , whom Farquaad intends to marry. With the help of Donkey Murphy , Shrek embarks on his quest but soon falls in love with the princess, who is hiding a secret that will change his life forever. The rights to Steig's book were purchased by Steven Spielberg in He originally planned to produce a traditionally-animated film based on the book, but John H. Williams convinced him to bring the film to the newly-founded DreamWorks in