Which Shrek Movie Has All Star Song?

If you’re a fan of the Shrek franchise, you may have found yourself humming along to the catchy tune of “All Star” by Smash Mouth. However, which Shrek movie features this iconic song? Let’s take a closer look.

The First Shrek Movie

The first Shrek movie, released in 2001, introduced us to the lovable ogre and his donkey sidekick as they embark on a quest to save Princess Fiona. While “All Star” is not featured in this film, it does have a memorable soundtrack that includes songs like “I’m a Believer” by The Monkees and “Bad Reputation” by Joan Jett.

Shrek 2

Released in 2004, Shrek 2 is where we first hear “All Star” in the Shrek franchise. In this sequel, Shrek and Fiona return from their honeymoon to find her parents have arranged for her to marry Prince Charming. As they try to thwart the marriage, “All Star” plays during an action-packed montage of the characters preparing for battle.

Shrek the Third

In this 2007 installment of the series, Shrek is faced with the responsibility of becoming king after his father-in-law passes away. However, he doesn’t feel ready for the job and sets out on a journey to find Artie, his distant cousin who may be a suitable heir to the throne. While “All Star” didn’t make an appearance in this film either, it did have its own memorable soundtrack featuring artists like Fergie and The Ramones.

Shrek Forever After

The fourth and final movie in the Shrek franchise was released in 2010 and takes us on an alternate reality adventure where Shrek never met Fiona. In this timeline, Rumpelstiltskin is the ruler of Far Far Away and Shrek must find a way to reverse the curse that brought him there. While “All Star” doesn’t play during the film, it does make a brief appearance in the end credits.


So, which Shrek movie has “All Star”? The answer is Shrek 2.

This film not only features the song, but also uses it in an iconic and memorable scene. However, all of the movies in the franchise have their own unique soundtracks that add to their charm and humor.

If you’re a fan of “All Star” or any of the other songs from the Shrek movies, be sure to give them a listen and relive the magic of this beloved franchise.