By Scott Beggs · Published on January 30th, 2009
Since the Shrek films have made four hundred trillion dollars worldwide in plastic bobble-heads alone, a fourth movie is coming out, hilariously titled Shrek Goes Fourth. Get it? Neither do I.
But since the popularity of the flicks hasn’t dropped off that much since Shrek 2 became the 10th highest grossing film of all time, The Hollywood Reporter is Hollywood reporting that a spin-off is definitely going to happen featuring Puss in Boots.
Despite Antonio Banderas not being able to complete a sentence in the recording booth without ripping his shirt off, the studio is willing to deal with that too-sexy inconvenience and has hired on Tom Wheeler to write the script.
What do you think? How far can one franchise get away with popularity?
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