Puss In Boots will be back in action fall Dreamworks


Date & time Mar 9 '22
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It is a decade since Antonio Banderas’ Puss In Boots appeared on screen in the 13-minute short film, Puss In Boots: The Three Diablos, but fans of the enigmatic feline swordsman are finally getting a new movie this year, and the trailer is coming next week. Dreamworks Animation shared a quick comical teaser announcing that Puss In Boots: The Last Wish will be dropping its first trailer on Tuesday, March 15, ahead of the movie’s fall premiere.

The character of Puss in Boots was first seen almost two decades ago as a would-be antagonist in Shrek 2, but it was soon seen that the cat with the hat and love of footwear was not quite as fearsome as he would like to make out. However, he is more than able to handle himself in a sword fight. Having appeared in both subsequent Shrek sequels, several shorts and his own standalone film in 2011, the sequel has been stuck in development hell for many years but finally comes out of the shadows on September 23, 2022.The Dreamworks teaser is short but comes with the same kind of humor that made the Shrek franchise such a hit, as Puss prepares to belt out a song but is cut off in his prime by a giant church bell crashing down on top of him, meaning he is down to his ninth life as the movie comes into play. As the post says, “Cats have 9 lives, right? What’s the worst that could happen?”

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Puss In Boot: The Last Wish once again features Banderas as the titular feline, and this time around, we may not see such Puss quite so happy to throw himself into danger with only one of his nine lives left. His lack of chances will form the basis for the movie, with Puss taking up a quest to find “The Last Wish,” which he believes can be used to restore his lives and make him the carefree swashbuckler that he is best known as.

Of course, there is no doubt that the movie will see Puss narrowly avoiding a permanent death on several occasions during his quest, and as we have seen in the teaser, those narrow escapes are likely to be just as humorous as thrilling. With 2011’s Puss in Boots gaining positive reviews on release, and the long wait almost making the character’s return a nostalgic one, there is little doubt that Puss In Boots: The Last Wish will be a box office hit for Dreamworks, which will be good news for the studio.

Dreamworks Animation was one of the first studios to adopt an alternative release strategy when they put out Trolls World Tour in April 2020 as a VOD title with a limited theatrical run. It caused a lot of controversy at the time, with AMC Theaters announcing that they would not distribute the studio’s movies in the future. However, the company agreed on a new contract with Universal soon afterward. The studio will release The Bad Guys in April, but Puss In Boots: The Last Wish is likely to be their first big box office hit since the pandemic began.

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