Morse code travels the crusted wire grounded on the seabed. The wire coils like a snake, recoils, winds and unwinds, shifts directions. The code travels slower than a message in a bottle. Once that code is "dropped in the mail," who knows where it will end up?
Kung Fu Panda 3 is only two months away from release and you know what that means – a whole new collection of “Pandas are fat!” jokes. Which is perfectly fine, if fat pandas doing fat panda things is your idea of great comedy. ThereShow More Summary
Talk about a very intimidating group of kids! Imagine tens of thousands of youths who have the ability to engage in martial arts.
Every day, Watch This offers staff recommendations inspired by a new movie coming out that week. This week: Thanksgiving is upon us, so let’s gorge ourselves on films about food. The God Of Cookery (1996) Actor-comedian-writer-director...Show More Summary
Even though a small storm blew in this afternoon, my today got off to a great start! The sun was shining, the birds were singing, Baby Girl was kicking like a kung fu rockstar in my tummy, and I finally managed to fill my small NARS Pro Palette with blushes. Show More Summary
20th Century Fox will open Kung Fu Panda 3 in theaters everywhere on January 29, 2016 The post Kung Fu Panda 3 Clip Takes You to the Secret Panda Village appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Photos by Matthew Yarbrough In the north of Beijing on a smoggy day with an Air Quality Index rating of over 200 (classified as "very unhealthy"), four students, two of Asian descent and two European, warm up in a sizable training area in the corner of a tech office. Show More Summary
There’s no time like the present to start building a better future by adopting a new perspective. What are you waiting for? It’s time!
Kung Fu Komedy Club started in Shanghai back in 2010 and now it tours all over China to cities like Beijing, Suzhou, Hangzhou and Nanjing. Last weekend it held the grand opening of its new venue at 1 Xiangyang Bei Lu near Julu Lu, so Shanghaiist has decided it’s time to catch-up with the Laoban - Andy Curtain. Show More Summary
Kate Hudson will be voicing Po's love interest, Mei Mei when "Kung Fu Panda 3" premieres in theaters by January next year.
Kate Hudson isn't being bothered by relationship rumors. Instead, she's reveling in the perks of being single. The "Deepwater Horizon" and "Kung Fu Panda 3" actress, who is on the cover of Harper's Bazaar for December/January, is happily single and taking advantage of the alone time. "It's nice...
In the hillside of Hue, Vietnam – just outside the citadel walls of the nineteenth century imperial city, a well-trained kung fu performer put a spear through his throat during a routine show. Produced by Arielle Berger Follow BI Video: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »
The former Jackie Chain protg opens up about taking the lead in Into the Badlands, which premieres Nov. 15, and how rough Asian Americans have it in Hollywood.
Top pick Into The Badlands (AMC, 10 p.m.): Between gorgeous long shots of the New Mexico desert and endless hordes of zombies in various states of decay, AMC likes to produce shows with a distinct visual palette. Now they’re gettingShow More Summary
If you love Thanksgiving seconds – and who doesn’t – you’re going to love El Rey Network for serving up a generous second helping of kung fu for the Thanksgiving weekend. The 2nd Annual Way of the Turkey Thanksgiving Marathon will feature 72 hours of kung fu mayhem in the form of classic (and not … Continue reading It’s The Return Of The Way of the Turkey Kung Fu Marathon! ?
SUNDAY "90210's" Shenae Grimes charms the "bah humbug" right out of her hunky new boss in the new TV movie "Christmas Incorporated." 8 p.m. Hallmark Channel Everybody is kung fu fighting in the fantastical new martial-arts drama "Into the Badlands." With Daniel Wu and Marton Csokas. 10 p.m. AMC...
It took 20 years of film experience for the director of photography on AMC's new show to figure out how to put engrossing kung fu on TV. The post Into the Badlands Finally Brings Great Martial Arts to TV appeared first on WIRED.
'We’re trying to create a really compelling story, around the martial arts,' the actor says.
Long before making their respective marks in "Breaking Bad," "Arrested Development" and "Kung Fu Panda," Bob Odenkirk and David Cross were comic partners-in-arms in "Mr. Show," a little-seen cult sketch-comedy show that zeroed in on the surreal and silly. A quirky, often ribald, mix of taped skits...