Shrek 5 Voice Actors: Will Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz And Mike Myers Return?

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There have been numerous rumors plaguing one of DreamWorks' most famous film franchises, Shrek. The four installment movie series has met worldwide acclaimed for being one of the most original animated films up to date.

Shrek fans have been wondering whether there will be a fifth movie made, and although the updates are slow, there has been a lot of talk regarding Shrek 5's continuing production and future release.

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Shrek 5To Cast Original Voice Actors?

The Shrek franchise has cast several A-listers during the time of its release. High-caliber Hollywood stars such as Mike Myers, Cameron Diaz, and Eddie Murphy are a few of the notable names that played major roles in the Shrek films.

There has been no word regarding the Shrek 5 production and whether the original cast of the first four films will be reprising their roles. Previous reports reveal that the team behind the Shrek franchise is hoping to get the original cast to play their roles once more.

Illumination's Chris Meledandri revealed back in 2018 that he wants Shrek (Mike Myers), Fiona (Cameron Diaz), Donkey (Eddie Murphy), and Puss In Boots (Antonio Banderas) to play their parts once more for Shrek 5. There has been no update since then but, in a past interview with Eddie Murphy, he did mention that the fifth film will be released in the year 2022.

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Will Shrek 5 Be The Last Film In The Shrek Franchise?

It is most likely speculated that Shrek 5 would be the last movie in the Shrek franchise. It is unknown whether Shrek 5 will indeed be released, but according to reports the fourth film Shrek Ever After was supposedly planned to be the last one. Shrek creators shared before that originally Shrek was to be a five-film production but upon the release of the fourth film, they believe it was an appropriate ending to the franchise.

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