Kung Fu Panda is a franchise of animated films by DreamWorks Animation, which has three installments: Kung Fu Panda 1, 2, and 3.
Then three short movies released for Kung Fu Panda, which are Kung Fu Panda: Holiday Special, Secrets of the Furious Five, and Secrets of the Masters.
After that, Nickelodeon released a series named Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness in 2011. The second part, Kung Fu Panda: The Paws of Destiny, premiered on Amazon Prime in November 2018.
Now everyone is thinking about the fourth part of the Kung fu panda film series. They are wondering when it will release, and what happens next?
Here’s Every Update On Kung Fu Panda 4
Will Kung Panda 4 Happen Or Not?
There is bad news for the fans as the fourth installment is not confirmed by officials, and it will not arrive soon. But it will surely appear in the future.
The CEO of DreamWorks Animation, Jeffrey Katzenberg, informed that it is probable that the franchise could have three more renewals after the third installment. So there is still a chance of it to happen.
Reason Of The Delay Of Release Date Of Kung Fu Panda 4
There is no release date revealed for the fourth installment until now.
The filmmakers of the franchise revealed the reason why the fourth part is taking so much time to appear.
Jennifer Yuh Nelson, who is the Co-director, unveiled that “It’s one at the moment. We expect to make this a perfect jewel, and then we’ll find what takes place after it.”
Alessandro Carloni also explained that “With the renewals, we don’t expect to try to have them come open-ended. We need it to appear like a refined journey, and we know this film does. Then, if a wonderful story displays itself, great.”
Also, acting on these sorts of movies takes very much time, so we have to wait for it.
Casting Details Of Kung Fu Panda 4
These stars will surely lend their voices to these characters from the previous movies if the fourth part happens:
- Jack Black as Po
- Jackie Chan as Master Monkey
- Angelina Jolie as Master Tigress
- Dustin Hoffman as Master Shifu
- Lucy Liu as Master Viper
- James Hong as Mr. Ping, Po’s adoptive father
- David Cross as Master Crane
- Seth Rogen as Master Mantis
- Randall Duk Kim as Grand Master Oogway