Disclosure of the inconsistent and dubious testimony given under oath by former Dreamworks executive, Michael Lachance (now V.P. Developm...
Disclosure of the inconsistent and dubious testimony given under oath by former Dreamworks executive, Michael Lachance (now V.P. Development at Sony Animation), who contends that he created the concept of Kung Fu Panda "in 2000 or 2001" in opposition to Terry Dunn's claim that Lachance and former Dreamworks Sr.V.P. of Development & Business Affairs Lance Young stole his pitched "Adventures of Zen-Bear, the Kung-Fu Panda" story in 2001 per Dunn's Complaint, "T. Dunn v. Dreamworks Animation SKG (BC438833)", his trial testimony in 2011, and his Petitions to Cal. Court of Appeals, Cal. Supreme Court, and the U.S. Supreme Court in 2013. (e.g. Lachance states that the idea to do a film set in China using indigenous animals existed at Drmwks prior to his alleged creation of Kung Fu Panda--but 4 minutes later says no such concept existed.) For complete documented history of Terry Dunn's Kung Fu Panda creations starting in 1992 and litigation against Dreamworks: www.kungfupandalawsuit.com