This Christmas, a movie spectacular decades in the making is finally coming to the big screen. P1xar and/or D1sney and/or Dreamwerx presents Kungfu Santa: The Movie.
Christmas, Santa is hard at work in his workshop at the North Pole. All seems peaceful. But after Christmas, people expect him to vacation in the sunny Bahamas, exotic Phuket, or even the exciting Ibiza. No!
In one dark era when Christmas was almost lost, Santa trained with Shaolin monks to turn the tide in the Reindeer Wars. His Kungfu training was instrumental in ending this brutal war that left half a million reindeer dead, including Rudolph’s great-grandfather.
Now, Santa uses his kungfu skills to fight crime against the very toys he makes. Little Billy tries to steal little Bobby’s Deluxe Edition Super Transforming Car Robot, but Kungfu Santa is there to kick the crap out of little Billy. This chubby old man is a major badass.
It’s Toy Story meets Kungfu Panda meets Miracle on 34th Street. Watch as the exciting action unfolds. Coming December 24th to a theatre far from you.
But that’s not all! Next year, Kungfu Santa returns to the big screen with Kungfu Santa 2: The Guerrilla Grinch!
This week’s Flash! Friday is Christmas themed. This is the second one of their third year, but it’s the first one I’ve participated in. For this one, I actually used Google Maps to check that I was using real information for location. However, the events are completely fictional. Of course, it’s fictional. This couldn’t really happen, could it?
So, here’s my entry:
“We bring you this breaking news tonight from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Is it an epidemic of home break-ins and robberies, or is it a prank? Brent Sabourin has the story. Brent?”
“Thank you, Debbie. Yes, here in the Mayfair area near the intersection of Thirty-Sixth Street West and Avenue C North, seven houses have been broken into. The items stolen? Christmas presents. Someone entered these homes sometime during the night and whisked away nearly ten thousand dollars’ worth of gifts. However, we may have a lead on this heinous crime. Barbara Jensen says she saw something very unusual.”
“I came out of the kitchen at about two this morning and saw someone with a bag standing in my fireplace. I couldn’t believe it! He looked just like Santa, but was only about four inches tall!”
He watched the television flicker as he listened to the news story. The little white-bearded man smiled. “That’s for belittling me, my dear brother.”
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