“Despicable Me 2” collaborators Chris Meledandri, Pierre Coffin, Chris Renaud and Pharrell Williams shared some of their creative processes following a showing of their toon Nov. 14 at the Variety…
After scoring with “Despicable Me 2” this summer, Universal Pictures and Illumination Entertainment will release a spin off movie starring the franchise’s yellow Minions to July 10, 2015. The film…
PARIS–France is openings its arms even wider to Hollywood and other foreign shoots. After keeping the French industry on edge for over six months, the European Commission has finally greenlit a major…
The animation community was shocked to learn that the "Despicable Me 2" team were recasting Al Pacino's role with Benjamin Bratt less than six weeks before the film's Annecy festival premiere.
Universal/Illumination's endearing, if slightly less inspired, sequel finds the still-surly Gru just lonely enough to accommodate a love interest.
If Halle Berry feels like catching up on U.S. cinema, she'll never get a better chance than next month in Paris. The 2nd Champs Elysees Film Festival's guest of honor, Berry will be in Paris for an…
Benjamin Bratt has come on to voice the villain in Universal and Illumination’s movie “Despicable Me 2,” replacing Al Pacino who left the project due to creative differences. Sources say since it is…
The Academy received 21 submissions, ensuring that five of the following will be nominated
A bright, bouncy, candy-colored take on Dr. Seuss' glum environmental fable, this latest CG-animated effort from the writers of "Horton Hears a Who!" has its share of eye-popping amusements, but its…
Acquisition by Universal blends American and French cultures
There's nothing like a little world domination to melt the most dastardly evildoer's heart.
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