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Kung Fu Panda 3 Confirmed!

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More excellent news out of Comic-Con!!

DreamWorks confirmed they're making a THIRD Kung Fu Panda!!

Hell yeah!! Hai-Yah!!

We wonder what kind of Kung Fu Panda ride they can put in the new DreamWorks theme park?? LOLz!!

There's no word on whether or not they've invited Jack Black back to the party but, after the first two HIGHlarious films pulled in $1.2 billion, we seriously doubt they'd consider going in another direction!

R U stoked for Kung Fu Panda 3 or would you rather them try fresher material?

[Image via Ian Wilson/WENN.]

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Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness Special Preview

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We have an exclusive clip of Nickelodeon’s newest upcoming show… Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness.

There will be a special preview this Monday on Nick, which we're sure will be HIGHlarious!

According to a release, the series:

“…follows the further adventures of Po, the energetic, enthusiastic, always hungry martial arts panda. He is aided by his mentor Shifu and the Furious Five: Tigress, Mantis, Crane, Monkey and Viper. Anointed “Dragon Master,” Po protects the Valley of Peace from threats of all kind.”

Check the video above to see a clip of the special preview episode.

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DreamWorks Animation Wins Kung Fu Panda Lawsuit!

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Yeesh! Close call, DreamWorks Animation!

The studio has just won a lawsuit from Terence Dunn, a self-described "writer-producer-teacher-philosopher" and the CEO of a company named Zen-Bear Ince., who pressed charges against them in June of 2010 for breach of implied contract on the Kung Fu Panda series when he asserted that the idea of a “spiritual kung-fu fighting panda bear” had been brought to them by him in November 2001 with the expectation that he'd be included in the project. Furthermore, he came up with the idea that bear was "adopted by five animal friends in the forest (a tiger, a leopard, a dragon, a snake and a crane), whose destiny is foretold by an old and wise sage, Turquoise Tortoise, and who comes of age and fulfills his destiny as a martial arts hero and spiritual avatar."

Despite all of this,

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Funny Guy Jack Black Wears Funny Shorts At The Gym

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Jack Black looked more like a kung fu zebra than a kung fu panda as he left his West Hollywood gym in El Lay on Wednesday. Ha!

Despite arriving in much plainer black shorts, he left the gym in a goofy pair of black and white shorts while holding his gym bag and a sipping a drink.

We'll assume patterned shorts help the actor focus while getting his fitness on in the gym!

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Britney & Kung Fu Panda To Collab On New Album Appear At Kids' Choice Awards!

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Nice to see you out there, Britney!

Check out the video (above) of Brit Brit making a HIGHlarious appearance at this weekend's Kids' Choice Awards.

Hopefully there are no hard feelings between her and Kung Fu Panda. Ha!

What did U think of Britney's surprise appearance at the Kids' Choice Awards?

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Screenwriter Suing Disney/Pixar Over Stolen Cars Idea

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Screenwriter says Disney/Pixar stole Cars idea

Uh-oh. Here is some unwanted legal trouble for Disney and Pixar just in time for their upcoming release of the sequel to their animated hit Cars.

U.K. screenwriter Jake Mandeville-Anthony is suing Disney and Pixar because he claims the animated hit Cars and its forthcoming sequel are based in part on work he submitted in the early 1990s.

If his suit works according to plan, we won't be seeing Cars 2 on its scheduled June 24th release because he is is seeking an injunction to stop the release of the film!

Oh no! What about the children? Somebody think of the children!

According to the claim he filed this week, the screenwriter created a three-part screenplay titled "Cookie & Co.," about the true-life adventure race-car driver Michael Owen Perkins and a second work titled "Cars," which included a treatment, sample screenplay, 46 animated car character descriptions, 10 cars character sketches, and a marketing and merchandising plan.

He says he sent copies of his work to Disney and met in person with a Lucasfilm executive named Jim Morris in 1993 to deliver copies of his work. In 2005, Morris joined Pixar and is currently general manager of the company.

There are more than a few striking similarities among the characters in each of the works too.

Both have characters named "Stanley" modeled after a Model T Ford, lead characters modeled
after a "James Aston-Martin" sports car, feature the broken down truck character, and a handful of other similarities.

Hmm…inneresting. Why is this guy coming out of the wood work now when Cars was already a ginourmous hit?

Maybe he heard about the guy suing Dreamworks for clearly "allegedly" stealing the idea for Kung Fu Panda.

We're looking forward to hear how this case pans out.

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Knocked Up Sequel On Its Way…Sort Of

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These characters were HIGHlarious! This could DEF be cool.

Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann's characters from Knocked Up will get their own movie, which will be written, directed, AND produced by Judd Apatow.

Filming is scheduled to begin in Los Angeles this summer, and the movie is slated for release on June 1, 2012.

…Guess Seth Rogen was too busy with The Green Hornet and Kung Fu Panda sequels.

Are U excited for the "sort of" Knocked Up sequel?

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