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Shrek 5 Return

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"Shrek 5" is set for a 2026 release with Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, and Cameron Diaz reprising their roles. Fans are excited for the return of the beloved characters after a long wait, creating buzz and anticipation across various media outlets.

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"Shrek 5" is set to be released in July 2026, marking the return of the beloved characters from the franchise. Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, and Cameron Diaz are set to reprise their voice roles as Shrek, Donkey, and Princess Fiona, respectively [1][2][3]. DreamWorks officially confirmed the production of "Shrek 5," bringing back the original cast members after a long hiatus [4][5].

Fans have been eagerly anticipating the return of the iconic animated series, with the announcement causing excitement and buzz across social media and news outlets [6][7]. This installment is a significant moment for fans as it marks the return of the original voice cast, particularly Cameron Diaz who is returning to the franchise after 12 years [8][9].

The news of the upcoming film has been widely covered by various media outlets, confirming the release date and the return of the core cast members [10][11]. With the anticipation building up for the fifth installment, it is expected that "Shrek 5" will once again delight audiences with its humor and heartwarming storytelling [12][13].

Overall, the confirmation of "Shrek 5" and the return of Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, and Cameron Diaz have generated immense excitement and nostalgia among fans who have been eagerly waiting to see their favorite characters back on the big screen [14][15]. The returning cast members are set to reprise their roles, bringing back the magic and charm of the original "Shrek" films for audiences to enjoy once again [16][17][18].

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