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  1. Angelina Jolie and 'Kung Fu Panda 2' Director Jennifer Yuh Nelson on Hollywood's Female Director Deficit, New 'Kung Fu Panda 3'

    5:04 pm 12/6/2011

    In the latest issue of The Hollywood Reporter, the actress shares fears over her "In The Land of Blood and Honey" directorial debut ("I'm just hoping the movie isn't a complete disaster," she laughs), that her kids will not be seeing it and what she learned from Nelson.Read more

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  2. Dreamworks Readies 'How to Train Your Dragon,' 'Kung Fu Panda' Live Shows for 2012

    2:45 am 11/29/2011

    ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ gets under way down under, “Kung Fu Panda’ to premiere in China.Read more

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  3. 'Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness' TV Series Sells Worldwide

    11:11 am 10/4/2011

    Channels in Spain, Brazil and Sweden among buyers for series based on hit CGI films. Read more

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  4. DreamWorks Animation, Chinese Online Video Site Youku Strike Deal for 'Kung Fu Panda' Films

    8:42 am 8/29/2011

    It is the first time that DWA titles will be made available through an online platform in China.Read more

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  5. Jury Sides With DreamWorks Animation in 'Kung Fu Panda' Case (Exclusive)

    3:16 pm 7/25/2011

    Writer Terence Dunn claimed the studio stole his pitch for a “spiritual kung-fu fighting panda bear.”Read more

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  6. Angelina Jolie Tried Southern, British Accents for 'Kung Fu Panda' Role (Video)

    8:13 pm 5/11/2011

    "Like most people, you hear your own voice and you think, 'Ugh,'" she says.Read more

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  7. DreamWorks Animation Movie Characters Set for Hotel Tie-In

    2:02 pm 4/27/2011

    UPDATED: Shrek, Donkey and Kung Fu Panda are among the characters included in branding deal between studio and Gaylord Entertainment.Read more

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  8. ROUNDTABLE: The Writers Behind Summer's Biggest Blockbusters (Exclusive Video)

    4:00 am 4/14/2011

    Tentpole scribes open up to the new issue of THR about dealing with difficult directors, competing against each other, “insane” product placement and selling out.Read more

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