A new Despicable Me Movie Posters has been released and it portrays the army of minions trying to fit in to the picture. Dressed in blue that contrasts with their body color and wearing goggles, some seem to be comfortable there while the others struggle be where they want to.
Scheduled for release in 3D on 9th July 2010, “Despicable Me” follows the world’s number one super villain called Gru and his greatest challenges. He and his Army of Minions are in one humongous mission of stealing the MOON. They put their heart and soul towards achieving it, but in the end, Gru is left with another mission at hand that may be harder than the mission he was working on.
Guys is faced with the challenge of being a good father to three orphaned girls.
Despicable Me Directed by The 2006 Academy Award Nominated Short Films (2007) director Chris Renaud and Pierre Coffin, it features the voice of Steve Carrel as Gru who also has done the same with his tuned voice in movie like Over the Hedge (2006) and Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears a Who (2008).
Universal has released Despicable Me “Father’s Day” poster just in time to mark this day on the 20th June 2010, quite surprisingly and strikingly. The poster, titled “Happy Father’s Day” cutely portrays Gru’s three daughters proudly handing over there gifts to him and not to forget the minions who have something for him too, while ego-centered Gru considers accepting or rejecting them.
Despicable Me Scheduled for release on 9th of July 2010, the story follows the world’s #1 supervillain, Gru (voiced by Steve Carell) who accompanied by his army of minions is working really hard on the mission of STEALING THE MOON.
However, the greatest challenge that he is left with in the end is being a father to three little orphaned girls named Margo, Edith and Agnes, who see Gru’s potential for it.
Despicable Me is directed by Chris Renaud and Pierre Coffin. Although the directors seem naïve in this field of directing, with Chris Renaud’s only other directed movie being “The 2006 Academy Award Nominated Short Films” (2007), the cute and cuddly characters, the amazing storyline and quality animation as depicted by the trailers/posters, Despicable Me is expected to create tremendous hype once released.
Guys, 9th of July isn’t far away!!
Despicable Me Poster