This show is about an outlaw biker group, The Triple Sixers. Characterized as one of the largest outlaw biker gangs in the world, The Triple Sixers dominate Canada. Their unrivaled presence and strength stretches from Halifax to Vancouver, with one important exception - the Sixers have no chapters in Ontario, the richest market in the country. Loosely based on the events surrounding the Hells Angels biker war in Quebec and their expansion into Ontario.
Runtime: 60 minutes
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Shrek Forever After (often promoted as Shrek 4: The Final Chapter) is a 2010 American 3D computer-animated fantasy comedy film and the fourth installment in the Shrek series, produced by DreamWorks Animation and the sequel to 2007's Shrek the Third. It was directed by Mike Mitchell, the animator of the second film. Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz, Antonio Banderas, Julie Andrews, John Cleese reprise their previous roles, with Walt Dohrn joining them in the role of Rumpelstiltskin. Taking place after Shrek the Third, Shrek is now a family man and beloved among the local villagers. Yearning for the days when he was feared, he makes a deal with Rumpelstiltskin and accidentally wipes out the entire timeline where he existed. To restore his timeline, Shrek must regain Fiona's love and kiss her before the sun rises, or he will disappear forever. The film premiered on April 21, 2010 at the Tribeca Film Festival, and was theatrically released by Paramount Pictures on May 21, 2010 in the United States, in 3D and IMAX 3D formats. The film was the No. 1 film in the United States and Canada for three consecutive weeks and grossed a worldwide total of $752 million, becoming the fifth-highest-grossing film of 2010. Additionally, Shrek Forever After is DreamWorks Animation's second-highest-grossing film at the foreign box office. A fifth film is planned for either 2019 or 2020.
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Following the success of Shrek 2, a third and fourth Shrek film, along with plans for a fifth and final film, were announced in May 2004 by Jeffrey Katzenberg: “Shrek 3 and 4 are going to reveal other unanswered questions and, finally, in the last chapter, we will understand how Shrek came to be in that swamp, when we meet him in the first movie.” In October 2006, DreamWorks Animation revealed that the fourth film would be released in 2010. In October 2007, Katzenberg announced a title for the fourth film, Shrek Goes Fourth, explaining that “Shrek goes out into the world, forth!” In May 2009, however, DreamWorks Animation retitled the film to Shrek Forever After, indicating that it would be the last in the Shrek series. In November 2009, Bill Damaschke, head of creative production at DreamWorks Animation, confirmed with “All that was loved about Shrek in the first film is brought to the final film.” Tim Sullivan was hired to write the script in March 2005, but was later replaced by Darren Lemke and Josh Klausner. Klausner said about the script's evolution: “When I first came onto the project, it wasn't supposed to be the final chapter—there were originally going to be 5 Shrek movies. Then, about a year into the development, Jeffrey Katzenberg decided that the story that we'd come up with was the right way for Shrek's journey to end, which was incredibly flattering.” In May 2007, shortly before the release of the third film, it was announced Mike Mitchell would be on board to direct the new installment. Much of the film was written and recorded in New York City.
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