Final Trailer for Universal's Despicable Me is Finally Unveiled
Over the last year or so, we've been shown a total of three (first, second, third) trailers for Universal's new animated movie Despicable Me that have slowly introduced us to various characters and the plot. Well, actually, we've seen none of the plot until now. Apple has the final theatrical trailer for Despicable Me that actually contains real footage from the movie and paints a pretty picture of what the story is actually about. While I'm used to hating on this movie, I feel a little bit of sympathy because those kids that screw with his plans look so damn cute! Other than that, this still looks as terribly unfunny as it did before. Take a look!
Watch the fourth and final trailer for Universal's Despicable Me:
You can also watch the final trailer for Despicable Me in High Definition on Apple
A trio of orphan girls cause the normally deplorable and evil Gru to rethink his plan to steal the moon. Our "hero" Gru is voiced by Steve Carell, Vector is voiced by Jason Segel, Dr. Nefario is voiced by Russell Brand.
Despicable Me is co-directed by Pierre Coffin (Gary's Fall), Chris Renaud (No Time for Nuts), and Sergio Pablos (Tarzan) of the new animation house Illumination Entertainment. The screenplay was co-written by writing partners Ken Daurio and Cinco Paul of films like Bubble Boy, The Santa Clause 2, Horton Hears a Who!, College Road Trip. Universal will be bringing Despicable Me to theaters on July 9th this summer.