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DreamWorks' Katzenberg reveals Shrek 3 plot

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    DreamWorks co-founder Jeffrey Katzenberg has given away the plot for Shrek 3, according to Comingsoon.net.

    At a press conference for another DreamWorks release, Madagascar, Katzenberg was initially reluctant to speak about the "threequel," due for release in May 2007. But he eventually let the cat out of the bag, the Web site says.

    "When Shrek 3 opens, Shrek and Fiona are having to take on the duties of being the active king and queen of Far, Far Away. When we left him, the King was quite literally croaking," the Web site quoted Katzenberg as saying -- a reference to the king being transformed into a frog.

    "They're not very comfortable in these roles, so the King says to them: 'If you can find the heir to the throne and bring him back, the Kingdom will be in good hands, then you can return to the swamp and live your lives.' Which is what they want to do.

    "Shrek, Donkey and Puss go to the far side of the Kingdom of Far, Far Away where young 'Artie,' who is the nephew of Queen Lilian, is about to graduate from school.

    "Artie turns out to be young King Arthur, and Shrek and Donkey and Puss have to convince this extremely rebellious young man, who's being voiced by Justin Timberlake, to come back and assume the throne.

    "Along the way, Shrek invents the Round Table, chivalry. Donkey is the Lady in the Lake with the sword. You get it.

    "Meanwhile, back at the Kingdom of Far, Far Away, Prince Charming decides that it's time for a coup d'etat. 'The cat's away. He will play.'

    "So Fiona organizes all of the princesses into the underground Resistance movement, who are trying to hold things together until Shrek, Donkey, Puss and young King Arthur return. There you go."

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