Tom Wheeler to Write ‘Puss in Boots’

The Antonio Banderas-voiced character gets his own stand-alone film.
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Tom Wheeler to Write ‘Puss in Boots’

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Tom Wheeler will pen the Shrek spinoff Puss in Boots for DreamWorks Animation.

The popular Antonio Banderas-voiced character will get his own stand-alone film.

The Shrek franchise is a multibillion-dollar property that has made over "$2 billion worldwide in theaters, tens of millions of DVDs sold and merchandising in every toy store."

Shrek Goes Forth, the fourth installment in the franchise, is set to debut in theaters May 21, 2010.

Puss in Boots was released October 28th, 2011.

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  • vampire2000 • 7 years ago

    I agree with Duke, "IT'S A THONG!" LMFAO. Or in the first one: "Eat me!" Gingy rules!

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    • raoulduke33 • 7 years ago

      They should make a gingerbread man movie. "NOT MY BUTTONS!"

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      • messenger • 7 years ago

        So much speculation on so little info. Which movieweb is drowning in. When the U.S. gov does it, it's horrible. But when we do it as an individual it's OK. This is why I find the majority of people are stupid.

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        • narrator • 7 years ago

          I agree with Foy, but I think this will bomb no offense.

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          • butteredtoast • 7 years ago

            I also like to eat dick for breakfast, nough said.

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            • gaj1992 • 7 years ago

              best charachter in shrek series. all along with the donkey one. LOL.

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              • macama • 7 years ago

                Probally wont see this.They should be making a donkey movie.

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                • killerman200 • 7 years ago

                  Banderas will, definitely, not miss this he needs the money, especially, after that dumbass dancing movie he did. He's done, bottom line. The guy had potential to last long in the action movie world, but he did too many Spy Kids. It really got on my nerves. Let's not even bring up that lackluster Ecks Vs. Sever.

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                  • scottfl386 • 7 years ago

                    These shrek movies are like a sponge and they are just squeezing every drop of water they can out of them....enough already!!

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                    • mavinx • 7 years ago

                      Hopefully 'Shrek/meyers' isnt in this one. Why not a Donkey movie instead? Both would suck btw, just like shrek goes forth will.

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                      • shelley • 7 years ago

                        The entry below is not Killerman, it is butteredtoast masquerading as him. How he got the same screen name I do not know.

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                        • shelley • 7 years ago

                          Might be good for kids 10 years old and under.

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                          • butteredtoast • 7 years ago

                            I like men Nough said

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                            • narrator • 7 years ago

                              I like Puss, but he isn't strong enough for his own film.

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