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The Kung Fu Panda franchise consists of three feature films: Kung Fu Panda (2008), Kung Fu Panda 2 (2011), Kung Fu Panda 3 (2016). In this movies, Po (voiced by Jack Black) wants to be a Dragon Warrior after Oogway chooses him to stop any villain doing bad things to the Valley of Peace. At first, the Furious Five didn't like it but they accept him.

Film seriesEdit

Kung Fu Panda (2008)Edit

Main article: Kung Fu Panda

Po, a clumsy, overweight panda, is a kung fu fanatic who lives in the Valley of Peace and works in his goose father Mr. Ping's noodle shop, unable to realize his dream of learning kung fu. One day, a kung fu tournament is held for the elderly spiritual leader of the valley, Grand Master Oogway, to determine the identity of the Dragon Warrior, the one kung fu master capable of understanding the secret of the Dragon Scroll, which is said to contain the key to limitless power. Everyone in the valley expects the Dragon Warrior to be one of the Furious Five—Tigress, Monkey, Mantis, Viper, and Crane—a quintet of kung fu masters trained by Master Shifu to protect the valley. To everyone's surprise, Oogway chooses Po, who had accidentally stumbled into the tournament arena after arriving late.

Refusing to believe that Po can be the Dragon Warrior, Shifu subjects Po to torturous training exercises in order to discourage him into quitting. Determined to change himself into someone he himself can respect, Po perseveres in his training and befriends the Furious Five, who had previously mocked Po for his lack of skill in kung fu. Po soon learns that he must fight Tai Lung, an evil kung fu warrior who has escaped from prison to take revenge for being denied the Dragon Scroll, and despairs he will be unable to defeat him. However, Shifu discovers that Po is capable of martial arts when motivated by food, and successfully trains him to learn kung fu. After his training is complete, Po is given the Dragon Scroll, which he discovers to be blank. However, Po realizes that the key to limitless power lies within himself, allowing him to defeat Tai Lung and restore peace to the valley.

Kung Fu Panda 2 (2011)Edit

Main article: Kung Fu Panda 2

Po now lives his dream as a kung fu master and protects the Valley of Peace alongside the Furious Five. However, he is thrown into internal conflict when he begins having flashbacks of his mother and learns from Mr. Ping that he was adopted as an infant. Shortly after, Po and the Five are sent on a mission to stop the evil peacock Lord Shen from using a newly developed weapon, the cannon, to conquer all of China and destroy kung fu tradition. Po remains tormented by thoughts of being abandoned by his real parents until he is guided by a wise old soothsayer to embrace his past, and remembers that his parents risked their lives to save him from Shen, who had set out to exterminate all pandas after learning of a prophecy that he would be defeated by "a warrior of black-and-white". Po achieves inner peace, which allows him to destroy Shen's new weapon, defeat Shen, and accept Mr. Ping as his father. However, during the last scene of the movie it shows Po's biological father realizing his son is alive.

Kung Fu Panda 3 (2016)Edit

Main article: Kung Fu Panda 3

Some time after the events of the second film, Shifu relinquishes his duties as master of the Jade Palace to Po, claiming that the next step of his own apprenticeship is to oversee the Furious Five's training. While struggling with this new responsibility, Po rejoices upon reuniting with his biological father, Li. However, news that the spirit warrior and collector Kai had returned to the mortal realm and is stealing the Chi of masters from all over China reach the Valley of Peace and Po and the others discover from a scroll left by Oogway that Kai can only be defeated by the power of Chi, a technique known only by the panda colonies, thus Po and Li set to the secret Panda Valley in order to have Po learn it. Po eventually discovers that Li had deceived him because the pandas had forgotten at all about how to manipulate the Chi and he just wanted to protect his son from Kai, much to Po's disappointment. Once making amends with his father, Po joins forces with the pandas to make a stand against Kai, mastering the power of Chi in the occasion and using its power to destroy him for good. After returning to the Valley of Peace, Po spends his days spreading the teachings of Chi.

Television seriesEdit

Short films Edit

Cast and characters Edit

Characters Theatrical films Short films Television special Television series
Kung Fu Panda Kung Fu Panda 2 Kung Fu Panda 3 Secrets of the Furious Five Secrets of the Masters Secrets of the Scroll Panda Paws Kung Fu Panda
Holiday
Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness
Po Jack Black   Jack Black Mick Wingert
Master Shifu Dustin Hoffman   Dustin Hoffman Fred Tatasciore
Tigress Angelina Jolie Tara Strong Template:Small Angelina Jolie Kari Wahlgren
Tara Marci Template:Small
  Angelina Jolie Kari Wahlgren
Mantis Seth Rogen Max Koch Seth Rogen   Seth Rogen Max Koch
Monkey Jackie Chan Jaycee Chan Template:Small   James Sie   Jackie Chan James Sie
Viper Lucy Liu Jessica DiCicco Template:Small   Lucy Liu   Lucy Liu
Crane David Cross   David Cross   David Cross Amir Talai
Mr. Ping James Hong   James Hong   James Hong
Oogway Randall Duk Kim Template:N/A Randall Duk Kim   Randall Duk Kim
Tai Lung Ian McShane Template:N/A Template:N/A   Ian McShane Template:Small André Sogliuzzo Template:Small
Zeng Dan Fogler   Dan Fogler Mick Wingert
Commander Vachir Michael Clarke Duncan  
Shen   Gary Oldman Template:N/A  
Soothsayer   Michelle Yeoh  
Wolf Boss   Danny McBride  
Storming Ox   Dennis Haysbert   Dennis Haysbert  
Croc   Jean-Claude Van Damme   Tony Leondis  
Thundering Rhino   Victor Garber   Paul Scheer  
Li Shan   Fred Tatasciore Bryan Cranston  
Kai   J.K. Simmons  
Mei Mei   Kate Hudson   Kate Hudson  
Bao   Steele Gangon   Steele Gangon  
Lei Lei   Liam Knight  
Grandma Panda   Barbara Dirickson   Barbara Dirickson  
Sum   Al Roker  
Dim   Willie Geist  
Wo Hop   Jack McBrayer  
Master Rhino   Jonathan Groff  
Fung   John DiMaggio
Hundun   Diedrich Bader
Temutai   Kevin Michael Richardson
Jong Sung Jai Kai Chow   Wayne Knight
Tong Fo   Jeff Bennett
Taotie   Wallace Shawn
Bian Zao   Simon Helberg
Chao   James Sie
Yao   Paul Rugg
Scorpion   Lynn Milgrim
Gah-ri   Fred Tatasciore
Lidong   Jim Cummings
Fenghuang   Wendie Malick
Junjie   Stephen Root
Kim   Graham McTavish
Bao   Fred Tatasciore
Su   Amy Hill
Wu Kong   James Sie
General Tsin   R. Lee Ermey
Ke-Pa   Alfred Molina
Peng   Danny Cooksey
Hu   Neil Ross
  • A dark gray cell indicates the character does not appear in the film, special, or TV series.
  • (y) indicates the actor portrayed the role in a flashback scene when the character was younger.
  • (c) indicates a cameo appearance.