Mike Myers returns to Shrek’s voice in the new Netflix series and fans are losing him

It’s Mike Myers SNL alum known for cult films such as Wayne’s world and Austin Powersbut the movie that looks the most in trend on social media after all these years is Shrek. The animated film was released more than 20 years ago and has spawned several sequels, as well as “Professional Shrekheads,” theories of wild fans, and more. Myers has been busy promoting his new Netflix series, Pentaverate, a comedy created by Myers and executive producer. During his press tour, Myers said his children are not Shrek fans, and he also reacted to the fact that Oscar-winning actor, Al Pacino, has Shrek’s phone mask. In the classic Myers way, the actor plays multiple characters in the new show. One of the roles that fans didn’t expect to see was Shrek himself, who appeared in a cameo in one of the episodes.

You can watch a clip of Shrek’s big scene in the tweet below:

Pentaverate speaks of a secret society of people pulling strings and influencing world events since the Black Plague of 1347. In modern times, a Canadian journalist finds himself caught on a mission to uncover the truth, but the Pentaverate will stop at nothing to remain a secret to the world. Myers plays a total of eight characters throughout the series, including a reporter at the center of the story. He was joined in the lineup by Ken Jeong, Keegan-Michael Key, Debbie Mazar, Richard McCabe, Jennifer Saunders and Lydia West. Jeremy Irons narrates the series.

Pentaverate he met with mixed reactions, earning 25% of critical acclaim and 67% of Rotten Tomatoes audiences. However, Shrek’s appearance on the show forced many people to go on Twitter to celebrate Ogra’s return. Below you can check out some of Shrek’s tweets …

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