I went into my local Wal Mart today to pick up some new releases and got Dawn of the Dead and Mulan. Since I was on an impulse shopping trip, I didn't have a list of new releases handy and relied on the presence of new displays to show me which DVDs to pick up. Anyway, to make a long story short, I saw a Shrek display and checked to DVD cover. Lo and behold, there was Donkey and Shrek with the ogre-like '2' logo behind them. I happily started searching the stock for the widescreen version. Since every copy was full-screen, I asked the clerk if she had any widescreen versions of Shrek 2 not out yet. She told me that Shrek 2 wasn't due until November 5. I could have sworn that the DVD I had in my hand was the sequel based on the cover art. Does anyone else feel that this is a deceptive practice? The logo behind the two characters was, in fact, not a number 2, but it was intentionally drawn to look that way. I don't know, but this elicited a really negative feeling and I felt sorry for those people that may have purchased the film, opened it up, only to find out that they had another copy of the original Shrek. Sorry for the rant, it just left a bad taste in my mouth.