Gru and the Minions are back for another adventure. Universal Pictures released the official trailer for the animation Despicable Me 4, which hits theaters in July. In the fourth film of the saga, the former villain now has a son, Gru Jr.
Despicable Me 4 arrives on the big screen seven years after the third film, which was a box office success. The new feature film not only features a new adventure with fun minions, but also new characters.
In addition to Gru's baby, the animation features, in the original version, the voices of Will Ferrel, Joey King, Sofia Vergara, Stephen Colbert, Chloe Fineman and Madison Polan. Steve Carell, Kristen Wiig, Miranda Crosgrove and others are also returning to the franchise.
Despicable Me 4 hits theaters in JulySource: Universal Pictures/Disclosure
Despicable Me 4: what is it about?
Every film My favorite evil brings an exciting event into Gru's life. In the first, for example, we see the grumpy genius adopting three daughters, while in the second he falls in love with Lucy Wilde. In the third, the character discovers the existence of a twin brother.
Now, in the fourth film of the franchise, Gru and Lucy live happily as a family alongside the new member, baby Gru Jr. However, the enjoyment is interrupted with the arrival of new enemies: Maxime Le Mal and his girlfriend Valentina.
Check out the first trailer for the film Despicable Me 4:
Gru and the Minions: cinema success
The story of the animated saga is centered on Gru's life story, but the ones who steal the show most of the time are the minions. The protagonist's little helpers became a hit among children, appearing on various products and toys.
The Minions even gained their own productions, such was their success, such as minions It is Minions 2: The Rise of Gru. The films are the result of a partnership between Universal Pictures and the studio Illumination Entertainment.
When does Despicable Me 4 come out?
Gru holding his son, Gru Jr.Source: Universal Pictures/Disclosure
The film Despicable Me 4 It already has a release date set in Brazil: July 4th. The animation is directed by Patrick Delage and Chris Renault, and the script is by Mike White.
While the new plot doesn't hit theaters, you can check out the previous films on Globoplay, or by purchasing and renting them on digital platforms such as Prime Video, Google Play and Apple TV.