• http://dtoons.com/conroy Failing Art Student

    This is the first sequel to a Dreamworks movie that I found really enjoyable.
    I hope this is as good if not better than the first, because we got five more coming after KFP 2.

    • 2011 Child

      How would you find a sequel enjoyable if it’s not even out yet?!

      • Behonkiss

        I think he was referring to the first film.

  • Hulk

    Looks cool. I didn’t really get a good look at the creatures they were fighting. Were they wolves?

    • http://www.stringstornasunder.blogspot.com Chris Powell

      Same here! I was trying to figure out what they were! visuals look nice here. Love that shot of Tigress flying through the air!

      Knock it out of the park again DW!

  • Silence Dogood

    I am actually excited about this. Love the woks.

  • Steven M.

    Lets hope its as decent as the first one.

  • Mr. James

    I’m guessing they were fighting hyenas, but again, it’s just a guess.

  • Scarabim

    I dunno, my fave character in the first movie was Tai Lung. Does that make me a bad person?

    And somehow, the idea of a competent Po makes me uneasy. It reminds me of that Peanuts strip where Lucy says, “There is nothing on this earth as obnoxious as a well-adjusted Charlie Brown!”

    • Ethan

      I agree Tai Lung was a cool villain, it was refreshing to see an animated film with a villain having realistic motives, far from the usual crap of hatred, greed, revenge. Which, admittedly, everyone expected.

      There seemed to be some efforts in the screenplay on that point: a prison break is a classic for making the audience take side with the escape artist, they made the audience despise the prison guards too. There was also the bad guy flashback as an innocent kid, and some amazing animation of Tai Lung when Shifu “almost” got through to him when he said he’s sorry.

      Too bad Tai Lung is gone now… or is he ? *wink*wink*

  • Matt

    they’re wolves … with huge FANGS!

  • http://kaseygifford.com Killskerry

    Man I am loving that subtle belly jiggle PO has going on. This is going to be fabulous.

  • Steph

    I can’t wait to see more of Nico’s awesome character designs come to life… he did so many awesome villian concepts- especially the wolves and snow leopard band! Excited…

  • http://www.elliotelliotelliot.com Elliot Cowan

    Kung Fu Panda ROCKS!!!!!

  • Alissa

    Silly wok pun made me smile. So did Tigress’ face palm.

  • http://elblogderg.blogspot.com Roberto

    I wouldn’t mind a whole saga of this if they manage to keep the quality. The first one may had some story cliches, but it was the most fun I’ve had in an animated movie in years, and that including Pixar. I’m talking about fun, not depth or emotional aspects, but Kung Fu Panda was ok on that level too: believable without getting too sappy or cutesy.

    I’m half excited/half scared about this movie cause I’m not a fan of most of DWKs sequels. Then again, like the first commenter says, this is the only time I actually loved the first installment.

    • Funkybat

      I would say KFP was the most entertaining and heartfelt Dreamworks animated film so far. I enjoyed many of their films, but Panda took things up toward the Disney/Pixar level. How To Train Your Dragon often is spoken of in the same breath when people talk about Dreamworks, but I would almost consider that more a drama than a children’s film. Panda works for kids and adults, and presents a rich world to explore. It’s the first DW film in a while I would say wholeheartedly merits a sequel! Looking forward to this summer for sure.

  • Andrew Kieswetter

    If anyone from Dreamworks’ trailer dept is reading this, I just want to say this: Please DON’T give away the whole movie in the KFP II trailers. Let us experience every gag and action scene for when we finally see the movie.

  • http://wallpaperscolor.com wAlLpApErs

    Ooh! I need to know where to find the kite! My husband, our daughter & I LOVE this movie & can’t help watching it all the time!