It’s been 11 years since Puss in Boots hit theaters , and now the famous feline who first appeared in the Shrek saga is ready to return.


Its starring in a new solo adventure. Here’s the new trailer for Puss in Boots 2: The Last Wish , premiered on December 3 and 4 and in cinemas from December 7!

Antonio Banderas once again lends the voice to the protagonist, joined in the original by Salma Hayek and Harvey Guillén .
Rounding out the voice cast: Florence Pugh ( Black Widow ); Olivia Colman ( The Favourite ); Wagner Moura ( Narcos ); Ray Winstone ( Black Widow ); John Mulaney ( Big Mouth ); Da’Vine Joy Randolph ( The Lost City ); Anthony Mendez ( Jane the Virgin ) and Samson Kayo (Our Flag Means Death ).
The film is directed by Joel Crawford and produced by Mark Swift . The official synopsis follows:

This fall, your favorite leche connoisseur, most fearless and fearless feline is ready to return.

For the first time in ten years, DreamWorks Animation presents a new chapter from the fairy tales of Shrek in which the daring outlaw, Puss in Boots, will pay a heavy price for his notorious passion for danger and disregard for safety. Though he lost count along the way, the Puss burned eight of his nine lives. To get them back he will embark on a colossal enterprise.

In the original version, Oscar nominee Antonio Banderas returns to voice the famous Puss by accompanying him on an epic journey to find the legendary Wishing Star in the Black Forest to reclaim the lost lives. With only one life left, the Puss will be forced to ask for help from his former partner and nemesis: the charming Kitty “Velvet Paws” (Oscar nominee Salma Hayek).

In their enterprise, the Puss and Kitty will be helped – against all common sense – by a battered, talkative and joyful stray named Perro (Harvey Guillén, “Vampire life – What We Do in the Shadows”). Together, our trio of heroes will need to stay one step ahead of Goldilocks (Academy Award nominee Florence Pugh, “Black Widow”) and the Three Bears crime family, consisting of “Big” Jack Horner (winner Emmy Award winner John Mulaney, “Big Mouth”), and the terrifying bounty hunter, the Big Bad Wolf (Wagner Moura, “Narcos”).

The cat with the boots

The character voiced by Banderas first appeared in 2004’s  Shrek 2 . Puss in Boots then returned in two more films ( Shrek the Third, Shrek Forever After ), before making his debut in the first spin-off of the franchise in 2011, directed by  Chris Miller . The short film Puss in Boots: The Three Diablos followed in 2012  , set shortly after the film and animated series  The Adventures of Puss in Boots  (2015-2018).