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Gru is the character who becomes a villain-turned-hero in "Despicable Me." Actor Steve Carell voices the character Gru.
"Despicable Me" was released July 9, 2010. The film grossed more than $251 million in the U.S., ranking it at No. 7 on the list of top grossing movies of 2010.
Actress Julie Andrews voices Gru's mother.
The Paris-based studio Illumination Mac Guff provided the animation for the film "Despicable Me," which was released by Universal Pictures.
Viewers can catch a glimpse of Gru's first name, Felonious, on his adoption application.
Directors Pierre Coffin and Chris Renaud provided the voices of most of the Minions in the movie "Despicable Me." Renaud voiced Dave the Minion, while Coffin voiced Minions Tim, Bob, Mark, Phil and Stuart.
Gru's assistant, Dr. Nefario, mistakenly created boogie robots. This led Gru to make this exclamation.
Cosgrove worked for Nickelodeon for nearly nine years and once appeared in the Guinness Book of World Records for being the highest-paid child actor per episode in 2010.
Gru's Minions are yellow. The small creatures were so popular with audiences that a prequel called "Minions" was released in the summer of 2015.
The three orphan girls are named Agnes, Margo and Edith. There is no Elizabeth.
Dr. Nefario is Gru's elderly assistant in the movie "Despicable Me." Actor Russell Brand voices the character Dr. Nefario.
The three orphan girls live at Miss Hattie's Home for Girls before they are adopted.
Vector hides an Egyptian pyramid behind his lair. Actor Jason Segel voices Vector in the film.
The movie was released on July 3, 2013. The film grossed more than $83 million during its opening weekend and went on to be the third highest grossing film of 2013.
They are selling cookies to raise money for Miss Hattie's Home for Girls.
The directors actually wrote a language for the Minions in "Despicable Me." Each word spoken by the Minions in the film translates to an actual word.
Super Silly Fun Land was modeled after Pacific Ocean Park in Santa Monica, California, which closed in 1967.
The villain Vector is showing his father his latest invention when he exclaims, "Squid launcher! Oh yeah!"
Gru plans to steal the moon to regain his supervillain status.
The role marks the first time Bullock, an Oscar-winning actress, has played a villain.
The Anti-Villain League, or AVL, recruits Gru. Gru teams up with AVL agent Lucy Wilde, voiced by actress Kristen Wiig.
"Minions" was released on July 10, 2015. The "Despicable Me" prequel grossed more than $1.1 billion in worldwide box office sales, making it the highest grossing animated film of 2015.
Actor Benjamin Bratt voices Eduardo/El Macho. Javier Bardem and Al Pacino were both considered for the role before Bratt was awarded it.
Actor Will Arnett gained weight to play the voice of the heavyset Mr. Perkins in an effort to make his voice work more authentic.
The television shows that appear in the "Minions" department store scene are "The Saint," "Bewitched" and "The Dating Game." The television show "Hogan's Heroes" does not appear.
The carpet in Herb's lab was modeled after the carpet seen in the 1980 Stephen King thriller "The Shining."
Kristen Wiig plays different characters in each movie: Miss Hattie in "Despicable Me" and Lucy in "Despicable Me 2."
Gru reads the girls a bedtime story called "Sleepy Kittens." A "Sleepy Kittens" board book was actually published as a marketing tie-in two months before the release of "Despicable Me."
During a "Despicable Me" scene, Agnes sees a stuffed unicorn and proclaims, "He's so stuffy, I'm gonna die!" Elsie Fisher, who voices Agnes, began acting at the age of 5.
The Minions are auditioning for the 2015 animated feature "Minions."