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4 January

This will be the Year of Martial Arts Movies

Dreamworks Releases Kung Fu Panda 3 Trailer:

Po & Co are back!

With the gigantic blockbuster release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, BB-8 is capturing the cuteness and adoration of fans on the silver screen but next year, another rotund hero will be having audiences “oohing”,“awwwing”, and cheering for the impressive martial arts by Po and Co.

Kung Fu Panda 3 is an upcoming 3D American-Chinese computer animated action comedy martial arts film, or at least that’s the breathy description from Wikipedia. Fans know that the third installment in the Kung Fu Panda franchise is the sequel to the 2011 film Kung Fu Panda 2.

The film features the familiar voices of Jack Black, Angelina Jolie, Dustin Hoffman, Lucy Liu, Jackie Chan, Seth Rogen, David Cross, and some new voices added to the cast are James Hong, Bryan Cranston, Kate Hudson, and J.K. Simmons.

Po (Jack Black) reunites with his biological father (Bryan Cranston) and travels with him to a secret sanctuary of pandas where, to his surprise, he does not fit in. There he meets Mei Mei (Kate Hudson), an overly eager panda, who had been promised to Po through an arranged marriage when they were children. To make matters worse, an evil ancient spirit called Kai (J.K. Simmons) begins terrorizing China and stealing the powers of defeated Kung Fu masters. Now, in the face of incredible odds, Po must learn to train a village of clumsy, fun-loving pandas to become a band of Kung Fu Pandas.

The film is being released on January 29th, 2016 in the United States.

Watch the trailer below:

A new Mortal Kombat Movie is coming your way

“Get over here!”

Any Mortal Kombat fan would recognize that famous phrase often repeated throughout the classic fighting video game that features martial arts performed by different characters you choose to be.

For decades, fans of the legendary fighting games that launched a worldwide competitive community have lived with slightly less-than-great film adaptations of their favorite titles. In fact, most films based on video games have tanked, which is why it’s not a major surprise when gamers (in the face of incredible comic book blockbusters) remain wary of any live-action films based on the classic titles of the ’80s and ’90s. Mortal Kombat, a brutal and iconic franchise that has lasted for decades, is absolutely no exception: the first two movies that were meant to launch a long running franchise were fantastic in their cheesy action-fantasy settings, but critics trashed them for their lack of plot, terrible acting, and overall confusing storylines.

In the new era of reboots, Warner Bros. seeks to remedy that, and the effort to bring the controversial yet beloved video game franchise back to the big screen is already underway.
Alongside confirmed writers Oren Uziel ( who penned Mortal Kombat: Legacy, a webseries based on the games that enjoyed a large audience and two seasons) and Dave Callaham (The Expendables), it seems as though James Wan, who brought us the madness of The Conjuring and Insidious 2, is interested in the upcoming project.

The film’s basic plot is a little vague, and fans might have to wait a while to see the idea fleshed out, as it seems to run alongside the concepts of the games and former movies without specifics.
The script centers around a seemingly harmless guy who realizes his potential when he finds himself caught in the middle of a cross-dimensional battle between the warriors of the Earth and the monsters of Outworld. Now, in order to stop the world from total destruction, he must win the martial arts tournament known as ‘Mortal Kombat’” according to The Tracking Boards.

Below is some additional information about the movie.

Source: Martial Arts World Business News

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