It is increasingly common to have a “breakthrough” of the “advance” of a movie, and its function is basically to warn you that a complete trailer is about to leave. That happened with the second preview of ‘ Despicable me 3’, the next adventure of Illumination Entertainment that brings back not only the minions but the great Gru.
With more than half a year of its international debut, the new sequel to ” Despicable me 3″ launched its first advance. For now, we have an “advance” just this trailer, and we can only tell you that there is no single Gru in this world because it has … a twin brother!
In recent years, the saga of animated films “Despicable Me” has managed to raise more than the US $ 2,000 million. The figure promises to grow this year with the third installment of the main story, which this Tuesday launched a new trailer via YouTube.
As the video preview of ” Despicable me 3″ for YouTube, Gru (Steve Carell), receives the visit of a stranger who reveals something unexpected: he has a twin brother, Dru; Who lives isolated in a palace.
The third installment of the franchise shows Gru becoming an ally of the Anti-Villains League with Lucy, his girlfriend. The breakthrough shows Gru confronting Balthazar Bratt, a new villain who knows how to move to Michael Jackson’s “Bad,” and whom police describe as an “outdated fashion sense” type.
But this story will not only reveal more details of God’s past, but it also welcomes a new villain, Balthazar Bratt (Trey Parker), who is obsessed with the music and culture of the 80s. His goal is world domination.
Both Gru and his wife Lucy (Kristen Wiig), agent of the Antivillan League, will have the mission to capture him. But they will not be alone because they will have the help of the Minions, yellow creatures that are at the service of the greatest villains.
The trailer focuses mainly on the figure of the debutante character, which is characterized by its retro appearance. Minions only look towards the end of the images.
DATE: “Minions” (2015), a spin-off of the saga, is the eleventh highest grossing film of all times (below “Iron Man 3”).