(MENAFN - iCrowdNewsWire) iCrowdNewswire - Nov 20, 2018
The internet's favorite ogre may already be headed foranother Hollywood-backed installment, but fans of the fantasy parody aren't waiting around for its release. Instead, hundreds of artists have collaborated on their own scene-by-scene retelling of the firstShrekmovie. Produced byWisconsin comedy group 3GI, each artist brings their own style into the mix, meaning there's everything from live-action bits to CGI and pixel art thrown into the same film. The project looks absurd in the best possible way, like a viral eBaum's World video for 2018.
Why would anyone go through the trouble? Beyond Shrek's status as an eternal internet meme, the creators ofShrek Retoldconsider themselves 'professional Shrekheads. Besides selling Shrek-themed merchandise, the Milwaukee-based troupe throwsa yearly Shrek-themed festivalwhere fans gather to do things like onion-eating contests.
Shrek Retoldwill be released on November 29thon the 3GI website,which, perhaps predictably,looks like a Geocities page.