New York’s biggest movie-goers may be wondering: Who is this “hacker” that has become the biggest nerd in the world?
What does he do for a living?
And what’s the deal with his name?
These are all questions that were asked and answered by actor-turned-comic book author Mark Evanier and co-creator of the hugely popular Shrek franchise, Peter Morgan.
The first Shrek movie was released in 1989, but it wasn’t until 2002 that the first ever movie in the franchise was released.
Shrek the Musical: The Movie, released in 2006, featured a brand new musical score from Robert Lopez, which was followed by Shrek Forever After: The Musical in 2009, which also featured new songs from Lopez and new vocal performances by David Cross.
But this wasn’t the only musical that was released for the first Shrink.
In 2009, Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King trilogy, which starred Martin Freeman and Mark Hamill, came out on DVD and Blu-ray, bringing the series to an end with the release of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.
In fact, it was the final release of the series, in 2018, before the series’ third film, The Hobbit Part II: The Battle of the Five Armies, was released last month.
But while the Shrinks musicals have a long history, their current series, which begins with the second episode of the seventh season, The Return, in 2019, hasn’t received as much attention as previous films.
The show’s creator, Peter Taylor, and his writing partner, Simon Pegg, have talked about the series a lot over the years, and they’ve been pretty vocal about the fact that the show has never been as popular as it should have been.
And, like any great franchise, the success of the show can only come from a lot of people who get together to create a whole new show, so that’s exactly what we’ve been doing with Shrek.
And, it’s not a series that’s very successful on its own.
Peter Taylor: The only people who have seen it, for me, are the fans, and I’ve got to be honest, if I had just come in and said, “This is the best thing that has ever happened to me,” I think that would have been a very different show.
But it’s one that we’re all very proud of, and it’s a show that I’m very passionate about.
It’s a really special, special series, and when you’ve got a great cast like that, you’ve gotta be really, really lucky to get the right people to do it.
Peter Morgan: I think you know the Shrek stories, and you’ve also been a fan for a very long time, and there are things that you’ve noticed in the characters that have kind of stuck with you, and the Shrs have always been a big part of it, and so that has been very, very important to me.
I mean, if you look at the Shrers, the Shreks, it is all a part of who they are.
There are things in them that you recognise that you have known your whole life, and things that have stuck with us.
Simon Peig: You don’t just have to be a fan to love Shrek, but you need to be part of that fandom to make it happen.
Peter Jackson: I’m a fan, I’m an artist, and if I’m not, I don’t want to be.
That’s just a part to me, and that’s a part that I’ve been very happy with.
You’ve got the big stars, you have the great cast, and a wonderful script.
You have great music, and wonderful visual effects, and great animation.
So, that’s the only way that I can make Shrek: The Series happen, is by making it happen as a fan.
Simon and Peter Taylor have also been outspoken in their criticism of the film franchise’s sequel, The Jungle Book, which is out this month.
And in the end, the fans didn’t care about the sequels in the first place.
Simon: I mean I have a really strong dislike of the first one, and, you know, I think the fact is that they kind of threw it out there.
It was too big.
And it was just a terrible movie.
I think, again, people were just going, “Oh, I like that one,” and I don-I think that was the wrong way to do that.
It just wasn’t going to work.
I’ve always thought that they should’ve kept the sequel, and made it a little more intimate.
But the reason that it was so bad was that the characters were all too much in the way.
They were all very, I mean it’s an amazing movie, but