The Teaser Trailer and Poster for Puss in Boots

Coming Soon says:

DreamWorks Animation has revealed both the teaser trailer and poster for Puss in Boots, opening in 3D, 2D and IMAX 3D theaters on November 4. You can watch the trailer using the player below or in High Definition QuickTime here.

Featuring the voices of Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek, Zach Galifianakis, Billy Bob Thornton and Amy Sedaris, Puss in Boots tells the hilarious and courageous (daring, bold, brave) tale of Puss's (Banderas) early adventures as he teams with mastermind Humpty Dumpty (Galifianakis) and the street-savvy Kitty (Hayek) to steal the famed goose that lays the Golden Eggs.

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darklordzor3527d ago

Not bad, but could have been better. After the last couple shrek sequels my interest in this movie has waned.

Crazay3527d ago

I liked the Shrek movies and will no doubt see this movie...even though I really hate cats, i kinda like this one.

-MD-3525d ago

How can you hate cats? I'll understand if it's because you have allergies or something but cats are awesome. We recently rescued one and she kicks back on my bed while I watch movies.

Crazay3524d ago

Not a cat person good sir.

Soldierone3526d ago

I think it was you that talked about it before lol. I didnt mind Shrek Forever After, it was actually pretty funny and had the adult humor the first one had. Other than the first one, I wasnt too fond of the rest either.

Crazay3524d ago

It was me - I'm a firm believer that the Shrek movies are all very good family flicks.

-MD-3526d ago

I'll gladly take this over more Shrek movies.

INehalemEXI3525d ago

Yeah, this going to be funny.

Soldierone3526d ago

This is one spin off a big movie that im actually interested in. However im already getting annoyed that these animations studios wont have bigger imaginations. Dreamworks and Pixar are turning into sequal machines, something Pixar said they wouldn't do.

We have fantasies, sci fi, all kinds of things you can explore with animation. All kinds of old stories you could turn into entertaining masterpeices with the technology and money these guys have. Why are they not exploring those interests? Id absolutely love to see Dreamworks and Pixar go head to head in some mystical fantasy based movies. Or even my favorite, dark and twisted but still cheery and happy style.

Guess its good Sony and Disney are stepping up their game too.

Crazay3524d ago

You know what old DIsney movie I watched the other day that had me thinking it was due for some form of remake possibly in the form of a Pixar movie? Dragon Slayer. I remember loving that movie when I was a kid and for a Disney movie, it was surprisingly dark and ominous coupled with a tiny bit of man ass and some nude female form.

I think this movie would be spectacular as an animated remake.

dreamtheater873526d ago

Criticising Pixar for lack of imagination? Up and Wall-E are recent and aren't exactly unimaginative. Sure they are making many sequels, but people DEMAND them so why not? The Toy Story trilogy is flawless, and I can't wait for Monsters Inc 2. And I have no doubt that Pixar will continue to make original and imaginative movies. Look at their most recent short, Day and Night, and it's clear that Pixar are pushing the medium farther than any other company.

Soldierone3526d ago

Im not criticizing, im a Pixar fan. However they always promised no sequals and thats what i enjoyed the most. That you can count on a brand new movie every year. Now they are cashing in on things instead. Of all the movies, they put a second Cars. Why not Bugs Life or something else first? Because Toy Story and Cars are their most markatable franchises.

Over the next few years you have nothing but sequals coming from them. Dreamworks is about the same, but they are so huge they can churn out 3 or 4 movies instead.

Since people are asking for sequals and thats what Pixar is doing, im asking for original movies so hopefully they hear those cries too. :P

dreamtheater873525d ago

Fair enough then :) I have faith that despite making more and more sequels they will still strive to make many original franchises. As for Cars 2, yeah wouldn't be my first choice either. But Cars sells more merchandise than all of the other Pixar films combined, so it's not a surprising choice. And I'm sure I'll love Cars 2 anyway!

JL3525d ago

I'm with you dreamtheater. Pixar may start making more sequels, but I have no doubt that we'll still continue to get great original work from them as well. I just wish they had a bigger studio so they could pump out more movies each year.

And I never understand the "hate" for Cars. It's still one of my favorite Pixar movies and I have no doubt I'll enjoy Cars 2.

Soldierone3525d ago

I lost interest in it when I gained an interest in racing beyond Nascar. Im not saying Nascar is bad or you need to be a red neck to like it lol...Its just me, and i have no bad comments for the people that do enjoy it.

Personally id be a huge fan of the idea of A Bugs Life making a come back.

JL3525d ago

See, I'm not a Nascar fan, nor do I watch any type of racing. So, that's not the appeal for me. I just liked it.

A Bug's Life...that was never anything big for me. That kinda ranks at the bottom for me with Pixar movies.

Crazay3524d ago

While I think Wall-e was an imaginative concept the execution was awful. Wall-e and Cars were are the only movies from Pixar that I can think of that I absolutely hated. Perhaps its time to get some new think machines in there to come up with good IPs.

Quagmire3526d ago

Lol, did anyone else reckon the beginning was an attempt of mocking Inception?

-MD-3525d ago

Nice catch. That could have been their intentions.