At the end of the week Jennifer Juh Nelson finally made an uncomfortable start directing films with The Darkest Minds.
In any case, her position and bad reputation within this class is now impeccable, while the movers cling firmly to what she can cause in the business world, no matter what happens.
This can be explained by the fact that Nelson was a key figure in the gigantic Kung Fu Panda institution, which earned $1.818 billion for three films.
This gigantic sum, as well as the frequency of Dreamworks’ line-up, suggests that there have long been rumors that the fourth film should be given the green light for a new set of three sentences.
Recently I had the opportunity to speak on the phone to Jennifer Yuh Nelson of Darkest Minds and ask her for a report on the founding of Kung Fu Panda and whether a fourth film could wait.
I really have no idea. That was Nelson’s main reaction. Yet she immediately discovered the possibility of another development.
For me it was a sequential series of three, right up to the specific lap segment we were dealing with. I really have no idea what those plans are. Anyway, the power is Poe. The Po is the world. So I’m sure something will happen sooner or later, but I have no idea what.
Clearly DreamWorks is not on the golf course with Kung Fu Panda. Already in 2011, its CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg proposed to allocate more than 6 additional funds under the agreement.
Katzenberg told the Reich: Kung Fu Panda actually has 6 parts, and we have drawn it on the map over the years.
But since then DreamWorks has greatly reduced its production and in 2018 there will be no more filming.
However, since there are by-products of training your kite, Kruda and Boss Baby have indeed been confirmed, and since Shrek 5 is also in development, there is usually a good chance they will return sooner or later in Kung Fu Panda movies.
In the meantime, beware of the darkest spirits…