Ling-Ling taught himself martial arts after hearing Ed Norton once quip, "I wanted to put a bullet in the head of every Panda who wouldn't screw to save its species."
Toy maker Mattel ("They're not dolls mom, they're action figures!") has landed the licensing rights to Kung Fu Panda. The acquisition fits in well with Mattel's new line of Asian stereotype toys that also includes Karate Math Whiz, Panty Sniffing Businessman, and Chopstick the Slow Driver.
While most of us recognized Kung Fu Panda for the Kung Fu Panda Power rip-off the courts will surely soon legally declare it to be, the $631 million dollars it made would imply not everyone saw it that way, so DreamWorks has made themselves a little sequel to that picture. The ... / Continue →
Now that DreamWorks' Kung Fu Panda is an international hit with a forthcoming sequel, everyone suddenly wants some credit for coming up with the wildly-imaginative idea of merging an Asian mammal with Asian martial arts.
Late last year, a self-proclaimed "writer-producer-teach... / Continue →
If you're one of those people watching the Superbowl "just for the ads"--specifically, the Kung Fu Panda 2 ads--you can go ahead and catch up on your Netflick queue this Sunday: the Kung Fu Panda 2 Superbowl spot is right here, guys! And at roughly $3 million per 30 seconds, yo... / Continue →