Shrek is a 2001 American computer-animated comedy film loosely based on the 1990 fairy tale picture book of the same name by William Steig.Directed by Andrew Adamson and Vicky Jenson in their directorial debuts, it stars Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz, and John Lithgow as the voices of the lead characters.
Welcome to the Shrek Wiki Shrek is a CGI-animated franchise by DreamWorks Animation loosely based on a 1990 book about an ogre in a fairy tale land who just wants to live in his swamp undisturbed, but is dragged against his will into fighting for the fate of entire kingdoms. This wiki is a collaborative resource for the Shrek community and all editors are welcome to come and contribute.
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Shrek is a green rotund ogre with brown eyes and a bald head. He wears a white long sleeved tunic within his brown turtle designed mini vest, brown pinstriped pants and dark short boots with a rip folded design in each side. In Shrek 2, when he was transformed into a human after drinking the Happily Ever After Potion, Shrek became a tall and muscular man with short dark brown hair with a single fringe sprouted on the left side. He also gained a cleanly shaved beard. While a human, Shrek disre...
The ornery and pompous Shrek was born to an unnamed father and mother about thirty years prior to when he rescued Fiona. He lived with his parents until his 7th birthday. Although they didn't want him to go, they had to follow the "ogre rules". Shrek lives in a swampin the middle of the forest by himself. At first, he appears to like being by himself and enjoys scaring people, but never hurts them. He enjoys his own life at his home like taking mud baths, brushing his teeth with bug paste, an...
One day in the forest, a talking Donkey enters Shrek's territory pursued by a group of Duloc guards. The Captain of the Duloc Guards orders Shrek to be arrested, but Shrek effortlessly scares them off and saves Donkey. A grateful Donkey thanks Shrek repeatedly (to the latter's irritation) and convinces him to spend the night outside of Shrek's house. However, more fairy tale creatures soon arrive and begin to overcrowd his swamp. Shrek demands to know why they have come and learns that Lord F...
After returning from their ogre honeymoon, Shrek and Fiona return to their swamp to find Donkeythere, who had messed the place up. Donkey tells them he is here because his wife Dragon has been moody lately, and he didn't think they were together anymore. Shrek then proceeds to kick Donkey out so he and Fiona can be alone. Donkey quickly returns, however, asking what to do about the men outside his swamp. They have arrived to deliver a letter to Fiona from her parents, inviting her and her new...
Before meeting Donkey and Fiona, Shrek lived a solitary life, preferring not to associate himself with others due to people's fear of him, while occasionally playing on their fear to frighten away intruders. During his quest to rescue Fiona and his swamp, however, Shrek slowly begins to open up to his companions, revealing his insecurities about how others perceive him. With the assistance from Donkey, Shrek realizes his feelings for Fiona and confesses his love for her at long last. He’s fiercely protective of Fiona and his allies and he’ll go to great lengths to help them in any way. Since marrying Fiona, Shrek would have been deathly afraid of the prospect of having children, possibly due to his own upbringing as an ogre. By the end of Shrek the Third, however, he overcomes this fear and proves to be a loving father.Superhuman Strength: As an ogre, Shrek has immense physical strength far superior to ordinary humans. He has been shown lifting a fully armored knight above his head and throwing him like a rag dol...Enhanced Durability: Due to his ogre physiology, Shrek can travel on foot for miles without tiring. He also survived being burned alive by Dragon and shot with an arrow in his butt.Unarmed Combatant: Despite having no martial arts training like Fiona, Shrek is a capable hand-to-hand fighter and can often hold his own against multiple opponents at once.Survivalist: Living in the middle of a swamp for most of his life, Shrek has learned to live off the land to support himself and later his family. He is an excellent hunter, forager and cook, creat...
Shrek has appeared in every game based on the series. Shrek is a playable character in Shrek 2 (video game)as both his standard "ogre" form, and as human riding Donkey as a stallion. He's playable as a ogre in "Shrek's Swamp", "Spooky Forest", "Far Far Away", "Ogre Killer", "Walking the Path", "Jack and Jill's Farm", "Fairy Godmother's" and "Final Battle", and playable as a human in "The Mines" and "Cookie Cookie". Shrek's special ability as an ogre allows him to pick up and throw enemies and specially marked objects, and his ability as a human is Charge, which causes Donkey to rush forward while Shrek swings his sword. The latter ability has the power to break specially marked objects. Shrek appeared in Shrek Super Slamas one of the 10 starting characters. His Super Slam has him fart so hard he creates a large explosion. Shrek is used in a tag team with Ogre Fionaagainst Quasimodo in the fifth Story mode chapter "Bell Brawl". He is later seen as a puppet, in a team with Pinocchio a...
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1. Shrek the CollectionOriginally, Shrek was supposed to be voiced by Chris Farley, but he died in December 1997. He had done 80% / 90% (or 95% according to his brother Tom) of finishing the project. In 1991, Steven Spie...Shrek and Donkey appear in a Kung Fu Panda 3commercial that spoofs the Snickers advertisements. In it, Monkey and Po aren't just themselves when they are hungry, and are shown to become Shrek and D...Shrek can be spotted as General Monger's medal of order on his right chest in every scene in Monsters vs. Aliens.
Shrek is a media franchise by DreamWorks Animation, loosely based on William Steig 's 1990 picture book of the same name. It includes four computer-animated films: Shrek (2001), Shrek 2 (2004), Shrek the Third (2007), and Shrek Forever After (2010), with a fifth film currently in the works. A short 4-D film, Shrek 4-D, which originally was a ...
Shrek is a 2001 American computer-animated fantasy-comedy film produced by PDI/DreamWorks, released by Universal Pictures, directed by Andrew Adamson and Vicky Jenson, featuring the voices of Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz, and John Lithgow. It is loosely based on William Steig's 1990...
Shrek is both The Dragon and part of the Big Bad Ensemble of the first film, until his Heel–Face Turn at the climax of the film. Shrek has become an Internet meme in which he appears in a series of videos called Shrek is Love, Shrek is Life. The moon on Shrek's outhouse is a reference to the DreamWorks logo.
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