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May 18, 2004 | Lorenza Munoz, Times Staff Writer
Jennifer Saunders finds herself on Planet Strange. At the Cannes airport for instance, as she arrived from London to promote her first American film, "Shrek 2," she was greeted by a porter, a security guard and a representative from the studio. The problem was that she had no luggage for the porter, no entourage for the studio rep and no screaming fans for the bodyguard to hold back. She was ready to hail a cab to her hotel until she was whisked away by her "detail" into a chauffeured car.
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June 3, 2004 | From a Times staff writer
By midday Wednesday, "Shrek 2" had surpassed in 15 days the $267.7 million the original "Shrek" grossed in its entire domestic run. By this morning, the film was expected to have taken in at least $270 million.
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ENTERTAINMENT
May 21, 2004 | Patrick Day
DreamWorks' animated film "Shrek 2" got off to a strong start Wednesday, promising a happily ever after for the studio at the end of the weekend. The sequel to 1999's $482.6-million worldwide-grossing "Shrek" took in $11.8 million in 3,737 theaters its first day, including midnight Tuesday previews.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 21, 2004 | Patrick Day
DreamWorks' animated film "Shrek 2" got off to a strong start Wednesday, promising a happily ever after for the studio at the end of the weekend. The sequel to 1999's $482.6-million worldwide-grossing "Shrek" took in $11.8 million in 3,737 theaters its first day, including midnight Tuesday previews.
NEWS
June 3, 2004 | From a Times staff writer
By midday Wednesday, "Shrek 2" had surpassed in 15 days the $267.7 million the original "Shrek" grossed in its entire domestic run. By this morning, the film was expected to have taken in at least $270 million.
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May 22, 2003 | Robert Niles, Times Staff Writer
The idea of a theme-park attraction based on the movie "Shrek" seems absurd. After all, "Shrek" earned many of its laughs mocking theme parks, an irony apparently lost on the creators of the new Shrek 4-D attraction at Universal Studios Hollywood. But a nod to that irony is the only thing missing from this entertaining romp.
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May 18, 2004 | Lorenza Munoz, Times Staff Writer
Jennifer Saunders finds herself on Planet Strange. At the Cannes airport for instance, as she arrived from London to promote her first American film, "Shrek 2," she was greeted by a porter, a security guard and a representative from the studio. The problem was that she had no luggage for the porter, no entourage for the studio rep and no screaming fans for the bodyguard to hold back. She was ready to hail a cab to her hotel until she was whisked away by her "detail" into a chauffeured car.
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