Kung Fu Panda Quotes by Jennifer Yuh Nelson, Michelle Yeoh, Jean de La Fontaine, Randall Duk Kim, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, Arthur M. Jolly and many others.
Po’s [Kung Fu Panda] unending enthusiasm is something we wish we could have. We can’t help but root for him because of his geek energy.
Oriental DreamWorks did a lot of the surfacing of the village [in Kung Fu Panda 3] and you know all the little paintings on all the gables and everything? They have meaning, and they could do that because they know what that means, we don’t necessarily know about that over here.
Your story may not have such a happy beginning, but that doesn’t make you who you are. It is the rest of your story, who you choose to be.
A person often meets his destiny on the road he took to avoid it.
The mind is like dishwater, my friend.В When it is agitated, it becomes difficult to see.В But if you allow it to settle, the answer becomes clear.
One of the things we love about Po [Kung Fu Panda] is that he’s vulnerable. He’s someone that we can all identify with because he has those insecurities. He’s an outsider feeling guy.
Today is a gift from God – that is why it is called the present.
The only thing that matters is what you do now, here.
There are a lot of movies that take place internationally, like Kung Fu Panda portraying a little bit of China, and Ratatouille portraying a little about Paris, but it’s hard to find a movie that portrays Rio or Brazil.
We did two films [Kung Fu Panda], because the first two films were so embraced by the Chinese audiences we wanted to make something we could push further and since this is a co-production, it seemed like the perfect time to create something that felt native to Chinese audiences.
Treat every moment as a gift, that is why it is called the present.
You’re right, we both have been working on these films [Kung Fu Panda] forever and we know these characters so well that literally we will react to the same note in the same way. We will have the same answer most of the time.
Tomorrow is a mystery. Today is a gift. That is why it is called the present.
I think it’s because Po [from Kung Fu Panda] is such a geek, and he is so relatable. He is so excited by life and is excited to learn new things. I think that accessibility is something that we all can relate to, there are so many things we wish we could do but don’t have the means to achieve it.