Rain’s Kung Fu Fighting track in Cantonese version of flick

Sing: ‘Everybody is kung fu fighting….’

Rain‘s version of Kung Fu Fighting will be heard when the credits roll during the Cantonese version of Kung Fu Panda (KFP).

Say what? Yeah, United International Pictures Malaysia announces that there is a Cantonese version of the latest Dreamworks animated flick. And if you’re watching the Cantonese print in local cinemas, you’ll hear Rain when the credits roll.

Prepare for awesomeness: The Chinese version of
the Kung Fu Panda poster

However, if you are watching the original English version of the movie, Cee-Lo Green’s version will play when the credits roll.

The Cantonese version of KFP will be released on the same day as the original, which is on June 6 in Malaysia.

Hong Kong star Eason Chan will lend his voice to Po the Panda, while father and son team – Jackie and Jaycee Chan are portraying Monkey and Crane respectively. Denise Ho voices Tigress, Josie Ho portrays Snake and Sam Lee plays the Mantis.

Po the Panda: Eason Chan voices Po in the
Canto version of the flick

Can’t wait to watch the Cantonese version of KFP? Then make a beeline for one of the cineplexes below when the movie opens:

  • GSC Mid Valley
  • GSC Pavilion KL
  • TGV Kepong Prima
  • GSC 1 Utama (New Wing)
  • Cathay Cineplex Damansara
  • TGV Cheras Selatan
  • MBO Galaxy Ampang
  • GSC Gurney Plaza Penang
  • Cathay City Square JB
  • TGV Kinta City Ipoh

Pic credit: http://rain-jihoon.com (Rain’s pic only)

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7 thoughts on “Rain’s Kung Fu Fighting track in Cantonese version of flick

  • May 31, 2008 at 8:27 am

    emm just want to ask.. is Rain hairstyle for the Ninja Assasin or he just like it ? bcoz it doesn’t look good on him..too long!

  • May 31, 2008 at 1:51 am

    Just for anyone curious….

    Rain is apparently watching the Kdrama “On Air” on his little portable DVD player in that pic.

    At least thats what I’ve heard


  • May 30, 2008 at 2:31 pm

    Oh cool! However, I bet Po the Panda was animated with Jack Black in mind. I can’t picture Eason as a bumbeling klutz. Ha ha.

  • May 30, 2008 at 1:35 pm

    Yey! I am so glad! Go Rain Go Rain.. Go Go.
    Something is something 😉

  • May 30, 2008 at 1:28 pm

    lostpuppy, by your comment, it clearly shows that you don’t really know much about Malaysia.

    It’s a melting pot of a country with many races and languages. The THREE main races are the Malays, Chinese and Indians. There are so many more races, that it’ll take some time to list down…we are ALL Malaysians. And yes, we are far from being a homogeneous society like say Japan or Korea.

    Thus whether it’s Mandarin/Cantonese, Bahasa Malaysia or Tamil, it is still very much Malaysia’s identity.

  • May 30, 2008 at 12:46 pm

    i’m kinda glad that the true malaysians will be enjoying the international english version (althought it’ll be a lot better if there was a malaysian version). for a moment there i thought they’re all caught up in kpop/cpop world that Malaysia has already lost its identity and its own pride.

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