Kung Fu Panda 3 Passes

After reuniting with his long-lost father (Bryan Cranston), Po (Jack Black) must train a village of clumsy pandas to help him defeat the villainous Kai (J.K. Simmons).

Kung Fu Panda 3

This weekend, Movie Scene Queen is hosting a special advance screening of KUNG FU PANDA 3 on Saturday, January 16th  at the Cinemark Robinson Township. This mini-premiere will include activities at 2 PM followed by a live stream of the LA premiere at 3 PM and the screening of the film at beginning approximately 3:30 PM.

Please comment below with your favorite Kung Fu Panda moment.  Like myself, Kung Fu Panda loves dumplings. No, like I really, really love dumplings! 🙂

Much Love,

Movie Scene Queen

52 thoughts on “Kung Fu Panda 3 Passes

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  1. My favorite part was when he crashed the event and ended up being pick. I als love how the tiger kept dissing him. Lol. But my babies loved it more.

  2. I always laugh at zoo being told about the tofu dream. Why didn’t you run away? Because it was a stupid dream or something along those lines

  3. What I have appreciated about the ‘Kung Fu Panda’ series so far, is its vibrant colors. It is a fun film and full of life.

    I enjoyed the first two movies at the drive-in with my wife. Since the third film is not being released in the summer but winter, I cannot think of a better way to celebrate it than this event!

  4. When he was fighting the punching bag thing and he hit it hard and then it bounced back up and smacked him right back lol

  5. There aren’t usually screenings that I can go to with my daughter. I would really love to see this movie as we both enjoy the Kungfu Panda

  6. My grandkids loved the first one. I enjoy watching them as they portray the characters. I’d love to be the one to take them to the next one

  7. I am looking forward to seeing this film. Kung fu Panda is one of my favorite films. They always have a good lesson for children packed into their movies.

    If you see 2 posts from me- please disguard the one with an earlier time stamp. Sorry for duplicate post, I originally had a typo in my E-mail address.

  8. My favorite part of Kung Fu Panda was in the first movie. It was when he realized he realized he had the strength in him the whole time.

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