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‘Kung Fu Panda 4’ Due on Blu-ray, DVD and 4K Disc May 28

‘Kung Fu Panda 4’ Due on Blu-ray, DVD and 4K Disc May 28

Universal Pictures Home Entertainment will release DreamWorks Animation’s Kung Fu Panda 4 on Blu-ray Disc, DVD, 4K Ultra HD disc and for regular digital pricing May 28. It is available now for premium digital purchase and rental.

In the latest sequel, after learning he must find a new hero to take over as Dragon Warrior so that he may fulfill his destiny as the next spiritual leader of the Valley of Peace, Po (voiced by Jack Black) decides to take one last adventurous mission. He teams up with a quick-witted thief named Zhen (voiced by Awkwafina), a corsac fox, to discover the truth about recent sightings of villains he’s defeated in the past. In a journey that puts both to the test, it will take a wicked, powerful sorceress, The Chameleon (voiced by Viola Davis), to bring them together and remind Po that heroes can be found in the most unexpected places.

The film has earned more than $533.5 million at the global box office and $192.6 million domestically.

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Bonus materials include:

  • Dueling Dumplings — In this original short introduced by Jack Black and Awkwafina, Po and Zhen battle over whose dumplings reign supreme.
  • Feature commentary — with director Mike Mitchell, co-director Stephanie Ma Stine, production designer Paul Duncan, head of story Calvin Tsang, and head of character animation Sean Sexton.
  • “Kung Fu Panda 4 All!!” — Go behind the scenes to see how the fourth installment in the franchise was brought to life, and what makes it different from the previous films. Featuring interviews with the filmmakers and cast as well as a plethora of concept art, storyboards, animation tests and ADR footage.
  • Meet the Cast — Get to know the voices behind Po, Zhen, The Chameleon and The Dads, and discover what attracted them to the role, what their motivation was and what parts of the character they took away with them after recording had finished.
  • “Mastering the Dumpling” — Jack Black learns how to make dumplings with influencers Phil and Helen of WongFu Productions.
  • “Bad Bunny Review” — The Bad Bunnies give their unedited opinion on some scenes from the film. Set up as a “Screening Room” style piece, the Bad Bunnies add their own commentary.
  • Deleted Scenes — “Dads on the Trail” and “Mahjong.”
  • “Kung Fu Talking” — A montage of off-mic moments from the performers in the recording booth.
  • How to Draw — One of DreamWorks Animation’s artists shows fans how to draw Po, Zhen, The Chameleon and The Bad Bunnies.
  • Shadow Puppet Theater — Using the illustrations from the “How to Draw” featurette, fans can create their own shadow puppet theater to bring the illustrations to life.

 

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