"The Joy and the Laughter"
I spotted the imperfection on the "faked-up" teaser poster: the word "THEATERS" is spelt as "THEATHERS" if you look close enough.
Man, don't get too excitedOH. MY. GOD. YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEESSSSS! I remember seeing the Spongebob movie when I was 5 and I have now seen every spongebob episode to this date! I am a huge fan, and finnaly 2 new movies to see in 2014 Spongebob and Godzilla!!! :w00t:
Lol somehow this has got me even more excited for the new movie! With Stephen Hillenburg working on it, I'm sure it will be just as good as the first movie.From Nick's 2012 upfront presentation. Would have been nice to see some actual footage but this solitary picture is the best I could find. It came from the webpage of the people who designed the PowerPoint slides for the event.
KP2 got an 81% on Rotten Tomatoes?! That's a kids movie, and to most critics, kids movie automatically means bad movie, with those few critically acclaimed kids movies.
Yeah, that's another surprise, sequel getting a good score?But some kids movies are very, very bad. Ah well, at least Kung Fu Panda 2 was good. Surprised, sequels are pretty rotten tomatoes. :rofl2:
Swag is overrated. KFP2 was better than that.......What an odd decision. I mean....Just dang. Kung Fu Panda 2 is one of the best movies I've seen in recent memory, and I now have no doubt the movie will be greatly written, but.... I do sorta wish that the show's crew got a chance to write for this. The first movie was a chance to let Stephen, Tim Hill, Derek Drymon, Aaron Springer, Kent Osbourne and Paul Tibbitt prove that their years of television writing were gonna pay off. I bet with the right crew this time around, the movie could've worked well (a team consisting of Steve, Luke Brookshier, Aaron Springer, Paul Tibbitt, Vincent Waller, Sean Charmatz and maybe Zeus Cervas or Casey Alexander could've worked especially well), but eh. You get what you get, I guess. It just must feel like such a kick in the teeth to the current crew though.
But, as I said before, KFP2 was a swag-tastic movie, and I can't wait to see what these writers can bring to the sequel. I'm pretty excited as well! Kung Fu Panda was excellently written, and it was emotional and smart, too. I wonder how these new dudes will handle the Bikini Bottom gang? Who knows. I'm excited to find out, though.