After absorbing a role in which his character chillingly referred to himself as "the danger", Bryan Cranston’s new cuddly bear character is a long way from Heisenberg that audiences were previously delighted with. Casting aside drugs, violence and a fair dose of evil, Cranston has teamed up with Jack Black’s squeezeable Po in everyone’s favourite black and white bear film franchise, Kung Fu Panda 3.

Kung Fu Panda 3Po (Jack Black) finds his father, Li (Bryan Cranston) in Kung Fu Panda 3

Instalment number three sees Po reunited with his father Li Shan, played by Cranston, who is the exact opposite of Walter White in the fact that he’s very chilled out, likes a party and is a panda.

Of his character’s father, Jack Black told USA Today: "Li is the master of chilling. He’s the master of having fun, of hanging out."

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Also revealed as part of the new panda gang is Australian actress Rebel Wilson, famous for her role in Bridesmaids and her stand-out hilarity in Pitch Perfect 1 and 2.

Kung Fu Panda 3Rebel Wilson introduces the first female panda to the franchise

Described by Black as "super into ribbon dancing", Wilson’s panda could cause problems for Po who has yet to have experience a female of his own species.

Black said: "I don’t think he has game in that realm yet."

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The new film centres around the new relationship between Po and his father who finally meet after a dumpling eating competition that sees a new record set.

There is sadness in the reunion too as Li explains he has been searching for his son ever since Po’s mother died.

Cranston explained: "It’s a father’s quest to be reunited with his son."

Kung Fu Panda 3 is due out next year.