What’s the story behind the first film in the Shrek franchise?
The first film was made for a Disney film, and a movie was made in the early 1970s for Paramount.
However, the first animated film, Shrek the Third, was released in 1981, and the first feature film, Toy Story, was in 1993.
A third Shrek film, The Curse of Shrek, was made after that.
The first Shrek was made by John Lasseter and Michael Dante DiMartino, and it was directed by Peter Jackson.
It starred Christopher Plummer, who had also starred in the original movie.
It was a very different film than the rest of the sequels.
It was much darker and had much more of a sense of dread and unease.
That’s when I knew I wanted to make this.
So what is a story?
First, a movie is not a story; it’s an idea.
A story tells you how you can make a movie into something better.
Shrek 2 The story of Shreks second film, released in 2002, was more of an adventure story than a story.
For starters, we don’t know if it was a story made for the film, or if the studio simply didn’t want to make another film.
If the studio wanted to use the name Shrek for another film, they could have, but I think the studio just wanted the franchise name to be more familiar to a broader audience.
Secondly, there was no sequel.
I think they just wanted to release the first movie with the same quality of the original, but this time with the additional story.
They didn’t think they needed to revisit it.
There was a lot of thought put into the story of the movie, and that’s why the movie is so different from the rest.
I’m sure it was hard to write and direct, but it was also a lot harder than I thought it would be.
I really wanted to have a story that was something different, and Shrek 2 was definitely one of the most different movies I’ve ever directed.
We have an exclusive behind-the-scenes video interview with Shrek writer-director DiMartini.
We also get a look at how the film was shot and edited.
The interview is an exclusive for Ars Technicom.