Kung Pow 2: Tongue Of Fury

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  1. Patrick McCart

    Patrick McCart Lead Actor

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    According to the IMDB, Kung Pow 2: Tongue of Fury is coming out in 2004.
     
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    I'm getting in line, right now. [​IMG]
     
  3. Jason Whyte

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    Ooh! Ooh! I hope it gets released in January!
     
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    Jason,
    Patrick NEVER said it was coming to theaters[​IMG]
    couch...couch..direct to video
     
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    Wasn't one enough? [​IMG]
     
  6. Evan Case

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    Mmm, I could go for a quart of spicy Kung Pao myself right about now...

    Evan
     
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    Bruce Hedtke Cinematographer

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    I think the end truly is near.

    Bruce
     
  8. Jeffrey Noel

    Jeffrey Noel Screenwriter

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    Um...Why?
     
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    I think it's gonna happen. That Kung Pow guy said when the first movie came out that he planned this as a trilogy. And it's not like it's gonna cost a 100 million to make.
    I guess I was one of the few who enjoyed the film.
     
  11. ThomasC

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    Heck, it broke even...$10 million budget, raked in $16.033 million in the U.S. as of April 14th.
     
  12. WesleyHester

    WesleyHester Stunt Coordinator

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    I loved the first movie. I don't personally know anyone else (friends, family, co-workers, etc.) who did. To each his/her own I guess.
     
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    I wish he would concentrate on a Thumbs Theatrical film instead.
     
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    I can't wait!
     
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    Any update on this movie?
     
  16. Doug_H

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    This is a sad day indeed.
     
  17. Seth Paxton

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    I'll tell you what. If I could make a $10m film and perhaps earn $1m off the profits, or just 100k or 500k, I'd be pretty pleased with myself and would certainly want to do another one.

    You can go pretty far making low budget films with limited appeal.

    I almost thought it was a good film. Some parts were just terrible and actually worked against his funnier ideas, but I can see how it made $16m. It entertained me far more than Rollerball did for example.
     
  18. Alex Spindler

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    I don't know Seth. It didn't have a loud Booooiiinnggg sound. Not even two of them. [​IMG]
    Modestly funny, but I kept thinking that this was like a Conan O'Brien skit gone on for too long.
     
  19. Dan Shogren

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    Whats that sound? *listens intenly* Hmm....sounds like..........hooves clapping on stone......Hooves? *turns around* OH SNAP! ITS THE FOUR HORSEMEN!
     

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