Jennifer Yuh Nelson would love to work with Angelina Jolie on a third 'Kung Fu Panda' movie.

Director Jennifer said that working with the 36-year-old actress on the animated sequel 'Kung Fu Panda 2' - which tells the tale of five warrior animals on a quest to save China from the evil emperor - was a delight and revealed that she wouldn't rule out making a third movie in the series.

Speaking at the film's UK premiere at the Westfield shopping centre in London's Shepherd's Bush, Jennifer told BANG Showbiz: "Angelina was wonderful, she was so sweet. She brings so much elegance and spirit to the film - she's a wonderful human being.

"Would I work with her again? Absolutely! We'll just have to see what happens - keep our fingers crossed."

Asked what Angelina's children with husband Brad Pitt - Maddox, nine, Pax, seven, Zahara, six, Shiloh, five and two-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne - had thought about their mum voicing a kung-fu fighting tiger, Jennifer revealed that the children had brought plenty feedback of their own into the recording studio.

She said: "Angelina's children are super-cute - they came along to voiceover recording sessions and they were giving us their feedback. They kept going, 'Oooh, that's great!' They thought it was so cool - they were very, very happy."

Other stars to attend the premiere included Jack Black, who voices Po the panda, and former S Club 7 singer Rachel Stevens.