The new trailer for Minions 2 – How Gru Gets Despicable, the awaited second chapter of the franchise dedicated to the irresistible yellow monocular characters, directed by Kyle Balda, Brad Ableson and Jonathan del Val.
Published online by Illumination Italia, the video that anticipates what we will see in the second act of the saga already has in itself all the ingredients that have made the Minions recipe the main dish of animated entertainment in recent years.
Pure fun, action that is cut with a knife, laughter so fat it causes tears, heart-pounding adventures, jaw-dropping twists … And then a lot, a lot of involvement from the audience thanks to the truly exceptional ability to create characters that enter your soul.
The unedited story that this film tells is that of a Gru caught in his pre-adolescent phase: we see him as soon as he is twelve, with that dream already in the drawer, the one that the spectators know well that then, in the end, it will come true. That of becoming Despicable, in fact.
Minions 2 – How Gru Gets Despicable it will be released next summer (for now there is no precise date yet, we speak in a generic way of “next summer”).
You can see the new trailer of the film Minions 2 – How Gru Gets Despicable in the video you find above, at the head of this article.
The film continues the gripping saga of the Minions and their Despicable Boss, which is confirmed as one of the most beloved animated franchises ever.
Be Despicable Me both the first Minions film, as well as this sequel surely will be, have contributed to generating a real pop culture phenomenon on a global level.
The highly anticipated film is innervated by that subversive humor that has now become the stylistic signature of the Illumination.
Even the engaging music and the action – which is the absolute first woman in the film – have the merit of consecrating this new chapter of the yellow and monocular epic to a masterpiece of the animated genre.
Minions 2 – How Gru Gets Despicable is produced by Chris Meledandri, the visionary founder and CEO of Illumination, who collaborated with his longtime collaborators Janet Healy and Chris Renaud on this project.
The film is directed by the creator of the saga Kyle Balda (Despicable Me 3, Minions) along with co-directors Brad Ableson (The Simpsons) and Jonathan del Val (The Secret Life of Pets).