By now, the script is a long time coming, but the trailer for the sequel, Shrek 2, still isn’t out yet.
That’s because Warner Bros. is trying to get it out by the end of the year.
The Shrek sequel is based on the animated movie that’s been in the works since 2011, but it’s not yet a movie.
That means the first one has been out for over three years now.
It has been a big success, grossing more than $5 billion worldwide, so Warner Bros., which was one of the first to produce the film, was trying to do a sequel, even though it’s been a long wait.
The studio’s own Shrek film director, Chris Miller, has said he’s in talks with Disney, Universal, and Paramount to make a sequel.
It’s a huge film that’s huge and the studio is desperate to get the sequel out by 2017.
Warner Bros.’ top creative executives are looking for a sequel to get people excited about the animated series.
And Shrek’s creator, Peter Jackson, has been vocal about wanting to make one.
“The Shrink-Ups are a thing of the past.
I’m not doing them any more,” he said at a press conference.
So Warner Bros’ top creative executive, Dan Fellman, wants the sequel to be a hit, but he’s also worried about how people will be reacting to the sequel if they’re not familiar with the original.
“You could get a big backlash if you don’t know anything about the story,” Fellman told Variety.
“It’s got to be about a young boy who gets a lot of love and attention, who’s raised by a group of really sweet girls, who are all very caring and supportive of him.”
That’s the crux of Warner Bros.”s fears.
If Shrek fans don’t love the new film, then it won’t make them as invested in the animated franchise.”
It’s an experience that’s going to be really hard. “
I mean, this is a film that will be seen by a lot more people than it is a movie that people will want to be part of.
It’s an experience that’s going to be really hard.
I don’t think anyone is going to like this movie.
So I think it’s going, ‘Oh, okay, maybe this is going the right direction, but this is still too much.'”
Fellum is also concerned that Shrek will be forgotten, and that fans will just see it as another Disney movie, even if the characters aren’t quite as adorable as they once were.
“I think people will think it is, and if you’re a Shrek fan, you’re probably going to say, ‘That’s a really cute, cute Shrek movie.
What’s the big deal?'” he said.
It’ll be a big gamble, and Warner Bros has already taken some risks.
The first film, Shredder, cost $180 million, and many critics felt that Shredner wasn’t a particularly good character, especially when it came to plot.
Warner didn’t have the budget to spend that kind of money on a sequel so it was rushed, and fans were disappointed that the movie had to be so costly to produce.
Warner also pushed to get Shrek into the Disney animated series as early as possible, with a plan to release the sequel in 2019.
And after a lot back and forth with Disney executives about Shrek 3, Warner was ready to make Shrek 4 and Shrek 5, even after the first film had grossed $7.3 billion.
The studio also has the chance to cash in on a lot less than it spent on Shrek 1, but Fellman says he’s still not sure how it will all work out.
“There are so many variables, and I think I’ve got to go through those before I can really say how this thing will work,” he told Variety, adding that Warner is still looking at a range of different options.
“The way this movie is made is a huge gamble, but I think the studio has got to get this movie out by this year, so I’m hopeful,” he added.
“And then I think they’re going to have to figure out what the heck is going on with this movie, because the story that the Shrinks tell is the story of the Shrek story, so that’s a big question mark.”