Akwda0bmvyk4otm92t5i91dynst

Shrek 2
% by 0 users
(2004)

Shrek, Fiona and Donkey set off to Far, Far Away to meet Fiona's mother and father. But not everyone is happy. Shrek and the King find it hard to get along, and there's tension in the marriage. The fairy godmother discovers that Shrek has married Fiona instead of her Son Prince Charming and sets about destroying their marriage.

Runtime:
1:33
Released:
May 18, 2004

Log in to post a review.

Reviews
 
Cast
 
Gallery
 
Trailers
 
Discussion

Cast

Nu620zohylnz0gwttbc8infyea1 Mike Myers Shrek (voice)
Rvyy5zmuwtmrt0kdxfhci3wbzo7 Eddie Murphy Donkey (voice)
Cq23ynl3zeswdsqlvn8myzkvseb Cameron Diaz Princess Fiona (voice)
Xaptrmomilpat0cnhafsxqv1bpv Julie Andrews Queen (voice)
Wt3hoxmnhxveojshtdingxh4ioq Antonio Banderas Puss In Boots (voice)
Ninaadlw8whwby0fmatkhiwd2yt John Cleese King (voice)
Kj6leoawpwifbqbaor7igjttttc Rupert Everett Prince Charming (voice)
Ecoyxyutgpypeeboa0xcsv6erim Jennifer Saunders Fairy Godmother (voice)
Cody Cameron Pinocchio/Three Pigs (voice)
Conrad Vernon Gingerbread Man/Cedric/Announcer/Muffin Man/Mongo (voice)
Q5kmagm0pp6tquczixjjyvviorx Christopher Knights Blind Mouse (voice)

Crew

Art

Guillaume Aretos Production Design

Steve Pilcher Art Direction

Costume & Make-Up

Isis Mussenden Costume Design

Directing

Andrew Adamson Director

Kelly Asbury Director

Conrad Vernon Director

Editing

Michael Andrews Editor

Sim Evan-Jones Editor

Production

David Lipman Producer

Aron Warner Producer

Leslee Feldman Casting

Jeffrey Katzenberg Executive Producer

John H. Williams Producer

Sound

Harry Gregson-Williams Original Music Composer

Writing

William Steig Novel

Joe Stillman Screenplay

J. David Stem Screenplay

David N. Weiss Screenplay