Puss In Boots 2 Benefits from Dreamworks' Record-Breaking $70 Million Box Office Bomb.
The movie office failure of Teenage Kraken's Ruby Gillman, with a $70 million budget, puts Puss in Boots: The Last Wish's triumphs in perspective significantly.
Puss in Boots: The Last Wish is rapidly establishing itself as an extraordinary Dreamworks success, and Puss' victory is.
All the more remarkable given the studio's most recent box office failure, Ruby Gillman, Teenage Kraken.
The news that Dreamworks would be releasing a sequel to Puss in Boots (2011) thrilled Shrek fans who had been eager for yet another entry in the Shrek series.
The sixth entry in the fairy-tale-driven movie didn't center on the titular ogre, but spectators were fortunate to enjoy.
An informative adventure comedy that peaked at a phenomenal 95% Rotten Tomatoes Score with critics.
Puss in Boots, a stylish cat who wields a sword, is a far cry from Ruby Gillman, Teenage Kraken, Dreamworks' most recent attempt at animation.
In actuality, Ruby Gillman represents the negative aspects of success for the major studio, giving Dreamworks its worst opening in the company's nearly 30-year history.
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