Olivia Munn is part of the all-star voice cast for The Lego Ninjago Movie.

It’s fitting since Munn is the fourth of five children and they practiced karate. She told a Good Housekeeping Magazine in 2015, “All of us started karate at around age 5 and studied it until we were about 16 — and we weren’t allowed to stop practicing until we had achieved black belts.”

Munn talked to us about the influence parents have on their kids and also about her character Koko. She was a badass and in a plot twist decided being a mom was more important to her so Munn talks about being a hero to one versus a hero to the masses.

Olivia Munn and her siblings. (l to r) Annie, John, James, Olivia, and Sara. Photo: @oliviamunn

The LEGO Ninjago Movie opens on Friday, Sept. 22




Black Belt Olivia Munn in Lego Ninjago and on the Influence of Parents

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