Kung Fu Panda 3 confirmed at SDCC
Fresh from the SDCC (that’s San Diego Comic-Con to you and me) we’ve got word that DreamWorks Animation is pressing forward with a second sequel for the Kung Fu Panda series.
Released in 2008, the first Kung Fu Panda was a bit of animated fun, taking Jack Black’s corpulent bear like thing and throwing him into some daring action scenes on his way to becoming the famed Dragon Warrior. The second film, which arrived in 2011, was a terrific follow up – with a better story, peerless animation and great action. We even decided it was our favourite film of the year!Read our ridiculously over the top review of Kung Fu Panda 2 then watch the trailer!
Yesterday at Comic-Con, DreamWorks confirmed that they are moving ahead with Kung Fu Panda 3, which is hardly surprising given the $1.2 billion haul of the first two instalments. Chief Creative Office for the company Bill Damaschke was keen to point out that they have “10 movies in production and eight or nine in pre-production” so we won’t see KFP3 for a little while yet. They’ve got Rise of the Guardians and caveman pic Croods on the way before then.
We, jointly and severally, cannot wait!