Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures unveiled a new trailer for the upcoming Despicable Me 3, which reunites the former supervillain with his long-lost sibling. It will be interesting to see how the twin sub-plot is going to connect to Balthazar, who is voiced eccentrically by South Park's Trey Parker. After you check out the new trailer above, let us know your thoughts on what you just watched by leaving us a comment below. The sequel sets up another villain to go toe to toe with Gru, but it also introduces a fresh new face (do twins count?) to the franchise.
"Despicable Me 3" shows itself to still contain the kind of violent animated slapstick humor that Looney Tunes are famous for.
Steve Carell is back to voice Gru with Trey Parker as Balthazar, Kristen Wiig as Lucy, Miranda Cosgrove as Margo, Dana Gaier as Edith and Nev Scharrel as Agnes along with Russell Brand, Steve Coogan, Dana Gaier and Andy Newman. The studio released "Despicable Me 2" back in 2013, and followed up that release with the spinoff tale of "Minions" in 2013.
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"Despicable Me 3" was directed by Pierre Coffin and Kyle Balda, and co-directed by Eric Guillon. The series also has a successful spin-off in Minions, released in 2015.
Too much of something is never a good thing, but the success of Gru and the Minions is undeniable. The first installment grossed $543M globally in theaters, but since then, each of the films in the franchise have hovered around the $1B mark. Minions 2 is slated to be released on June 3, 2020.