And now Netflix has started streaming all four Shrek films.
The total running time of the movie marathon is six hours and nine minutes, starting with 2001 classic Shrek.
Then there is Shrek 2 (2004), Shrek the Third (2007) and Shrek Forever After (2010).
Last year the Hollywood Reporter told how Shrek 5 was in the making.
Shrek screenwriter Michaek McCullers said: "I finished that script, which I really, really, really love. It’s really personal to me.
"It’s got a pretty big reinvention behind it that I guess I can’t really reveal, but since DreamWorks was sold to Universal in that time for over $3 billion, I imagine they’re particularly interested in it stepping up and actually figuring out the future of the franchise in that way on the corporate level."
Earlier today Fabulous revealed the Netflix horror film so terrifying that people are turning it off half way through.
Earlier this year Netflix revealed the top 10 horror movies Brits are too scared to finish watching
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