Changing direction: Jennifer Yuh Nelson’s talent is breaking the mold

“The messages in the movie were important to me,” she says

27th March, 2016
Jennifer Yuh Nelson and Jack Black visiting South Korea to promote Kung Fu Panda 3 Picture: Getty

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: for creativity and comedy in a film, forget mainstream movies and turn to the children’s section instead. It’s where you’ll find an old man using balloons to fulfill a lifelong ambition, or a cowboy leading his toy friends to safety, or, in the case of Kung Fu Panda 3, it’s where you’ll find Bryan Cranston – best known for Walter White in Breaking Bad – as...

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