DreamWorks Animation likely wants Kung Fu Panda 4 to exist as much as the fans of the series want it to exist. The character’s popularity has stayed fairly consistent throughout the many years of his existence. It’s also a really cool, interesting world.
Kung Fu Panda Series Has 6 Chapters
It’s likely that we’ll get it, too. DreamWorks seems to have massive ambitions for the series. All the way back in 2010, before the release of even the second film, DreamWorks head Jeffrey Katzenberg made that very clear. “Kung Fu Panda actually has 6 chapters to it, and we’ve mapped that out over the years,” he said.
Personally, I absolutely love the Kung Fu Panda movies. DreamWorks may not quite be on the level of Pixar, but they have certainly raised their game. The “How To Train Your Dragon” trilogy is proof of that. So sure, I’ll take three more.
No Information Yet About Kung Fu Panda 4
They haven’t announced anything concrete about part 4, though. This does make you wonder when it’ll come, if ever, but there’s certainly enough excitement for it.
Despite having three really good movies with Po the Kung Fu Panda already, I don’t think anyone would mind another. The series started out with him as an uncoordinated, unlikely, yet lovable hero who loves Kung Fu.
Over the course of the two sequels, though, we’ve seen him evolve into a badass Kung Fu master. These movies also continued to flesh out his backstory. Kung Fu Panda 2 especially did a wonderful job adding depth to Po’s life.
Should Continue Po’s Evolution As A Fighter
Perhaps the biggest achievement of these movies, however, is that they managed to do all this without having Po lose his bumbling charge. He’s still a bit of a silly goofball, but it doesn’t take away from his skill as a warrior.
The series also features an absolutely incredible cast, of voice actors. Jack Black voices the titular Po and he absolutely owns his role. He’s got quite the supporting cast alongside him, though. Angelina Jolie, Seth Rogen, Jackie Chan, Dustin Hoffman, David Cross and so many others.
The three movies have also had excellent actors as the villains in all three of them. Ian McShane played the baddie in the first film, Gary Oldman did so in the second, and J.K. Simmons was the villain in the third.
We don’t really have any clear information about Kung Fu Panda 4, but it’s likely that the voice of the villain is going to be another incredible talent.
While lovers await the series, the fourth part will take longer to appear on the screen.
There is not any official date is announced yet but we’re anticipating the pleasant news once we get a break in the ongoing pandemic. *sobs*
Filming has stalled due to COVID-19 like many other movies.
Even the manufacturers have not announced the movie’s restart, so we have to wait longer for the film to get back on the right track.