The instant favorite cute little yellow-creatures, Minions are heart-throbbing in every hilarious way. The humorous creatures who got their own movie, a “Despicable Me” prequel won’t fail to make your tummy ache with laughter. The “Despicable Me” movie spin-off “Minions” produced by Illumination Entertainment for Universal Pictures have the little Minions imagining centuries back when they were on their own and yet to come to terms with living.
Their journey is hilarious and they find their master in Scarlet Overkill, voiced by Sandra Bullock. The all time favourite cartoons, Minions look so cute and adorable in the whole movie with their more wobbly acts that you will forget to feel your age and laugh like a toddler. Although according to Variety, “They [Minions] work better as supporting characters than as the main attraction.”
“Minions” are being welcomed everywhere with wide arms. The movie has opened everywhere over the international market at number one position except Australia, where it is at No. 2, right after “Jurassic World.” “Minions” graced in four international markets this week and has so far collected $12M in 615 runs.
Everybody’s lovable cute yellow Minions have some fantastic facts to woo its audience. Following are 10 fun facts about Minions and “Minions” the movie:
- Director Pierre Coffin voices all 899 minions in “Minions” film.
- The first teaser of “Minions” movie was seen at the end of “Despicable Me 2” where three Minions were seen auditioning for the role.
- The evil Minions are purple because purple and yellow are on opposite sides of the colour spectrum; the idea was originated from cartoon “Tweety Bird.”
- Minions have only three fingers.
- Minions speak a mixture of Spanish, English, French, and Italian, with additional elements of Russian and Korean.
- Minions are now the official mascot of Illumination Entertainment
- Minions don’t breathe oxygen; they can survive in outer space and doesn’t freeze.
- Tall minions all share the same haircut.
- Minions have been licensed by McDonalds, Hasbro, General Mills.
- The idea of Minions was of huge tall yellow-creatures but during production they kept getting smaller and cuter than ever.
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