One of the beloved American franchise Kung Fu Panda is all set to come back with one more sequel. The computer-animated comedy genre is very popular among kids as well as among youngsters because of its hilarious comedy.
John Steveson and Mark Osborne’s cartoon comedy franchise started on 15 May 2008 (Cannes Film Festival) and released on 6 June 2008 in United States, 26th June in Australia, 4th July in the United Kingdom and 11th July in India. With a total budget of $130 million, the film did a great business with a box office collection of $631.7 million. Like first, the other two had also bombarded the box office.
The story of the franchise revolves around an obese Panda who gets selected as a Dragon Warrior by his Kung Fu talent. He then teams up with a group of five and becomes a savior by destroying the evils of the valley.
Rumors are in the air about the comeback of the movie. It has been told that there would be a total of six parts of the movie of which three had already made a great impact amidst the audience. Reviews are really positive and fans are heartedly waiting for the other parts.
Parts first of Kung Fu Panda was released in 2008, second in 2011 and third in 2016. All the parts of Kung Fu Panda have really blind dates having no patter so it would be quite difficult to predict the release date of part 4. Although its launch is expected until the end of 2020.
Jennifer Yuh Nelson is working hard as a director to make the part 4 a super hit like other parts. The upcoming cast would be most probably: Jack Black as Po, Randall Duk Kim as Grand Master Oogway, Bryan Cranston as Li Shan, Jackie Chan as Master Monkey and the list still continues.
Undoubtedly the film will break all the previous records of the franchise.