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Despicable Me 4 (2024)
Illumination CEO Chris Meledandri revealed in an interview in September 2017 that a fourth Despicable Me film is in development.[17] On February 18, 2022, Universal scheduled the film for a July 3, 2024 release.[18]

Main characters
Gru (voiced by Steve Carell): The temperamental but usually smart protagonist in the Despicable Me series who speaks with an Eastern European accent. He is the son of Marlena, the twin brother of Dru, the adoptive father of Margo, Edith, and Agnes; husband of Lucy, and the boss of the Minions. At the beginning of the first film, Gru is an ambitious supervillain who constantly seeks approval from his mother, until the adoption of his daughters convinces him that their happiness is important. In the second film, Gru leaves his villainous past behind to care for his daughters, but then soon joins forces – unwillingly – with secret agent Lucy Wilde, whom he later marries. In the third film, after he and Lucy are fired from their jobs at the Anti-Villain League, Gru learns that he has a twin brother, Dru. Along with Lucy and the girls, Gru meets Dru at his mansion in Freedonia, and they form a brotherly relationship over the course of the film. Felonious Gru was originally conceived as a Dracula-like character, but directors Chris Renaud and Pierre Coffin later opted for a villain who would echo “the world of James Bond, thinking of characters like Goldfinger and obviously the Bond-ian world of technology”.[48] Gru also bears some similarities with British comic-book character Grimly Feendish, and with the pre-Crisis version of Lex Luthor[49]
The Minions (voiced by Pierre Coffin in all films and the theme park attraction, Chris Renaud in the first two films except spin-offs and attractions, James Arnold Taylor in the 2010 video game, and Jemaine Clement as Jerry the Minion in the first film): Gru’s small, yellow, comical henchmen who have one or two eyes. The Minions speak a language that Coffin created by mixing gibberish with words from many languages, including French, English, Spanish, Italian, and Indonesian[50][51] Although seemingly nonsensical, the English-sounding words are dubbed for every country, in order to make them recognizable.[52] It is shown in Minions that they have existed since the beginning of life on Earth, and desire above all else to serve the most terrible of villains.[53] In the short film “Banana”, the Minions are revealed to have an uncontrollable craving for fruits, especially bananas. Mentioned in the films and other media are Kevin, Stuart, Bob, Mel, Otto, Ken, Mike, Dave, Jerry, Carl, Lance, Tom,[54] Phil,[55] Tim,[55] Mark, Jorge,[56] and Norbert
The Girls: Three sisters, whom Gru adopts to further his scheme in the first film and gradually comes to love
Margo (voiced by Miranda Cosgrove): The mature oldest sister. In the first film, among the trio, Margo was the most suspicious of Gru initially; but came to trust him at the end of the film. She is something of a protectress to her sisters. She later takes an interest in boys, which makes Gru overprotective and freeze boys who break her heart
Edith (voiced by Dana Gaier): The tomboyish middle sister; the first to enjoy Gru’s eclectic possessions, when adopted by him. Practices martial arts in the second film
Agnes (voiced by Elsie Fisher in the first two films; Nev Scharrel in the third film): The happy-go-lucky youngest sister, and the quickest to trust Gru in the first film. She is presented as an innocent, against her more worldly sisters, and has a strong love for unicorns. In the third film, she “adopts” a one-horned goat whom she names Lucky after mistaking him for a unicorn. Even after learning he was a goat, Agnes continues to love Lucky
Lucy Wilde (voiced by Kristen Wiig): A cunning secret agent who has teamed up with Gru to hunt down an extremely dangerous supervillain. She loves one-upping Gru with her quirky gadgets and has perfected her own form of martial arts by combining jujitsu, krav maga, Aztec warfare, and krumping. After 147 dates, she marries Gru and becomes the girls’ mother
Dr. Nefario (voiced by Russell Brand, JB Blanc in the video game): Gru’s hearing-impaired inventor and partner-in-crime who speaks with a British accent. He seems to have a romantic interest in Gru’s mother, Marlena. In the second film, he misses being a villain so he goes to work for El Macho, but abandons him after he turns the Minions into monsters. He is absent in most of the third film, having accidentally frozen himself in carbonite, similar to that of Han Solo from Star Wars. In Minions: Rise of Gru, it is revealed Nefario previously worked at a record shop called “Criminal Records”, which the Vicious 6 use as a cover for their lair before going to work for Gru
Dru (voiced by Steve Carell): Gru’s charming, happy-go-lucky long-lost twin brother, who is also in the supervillain business. Dru looks just like his brother, only he has blonde hair and wears white attire. He is Lucy’s brother-in-law and the adoptive uncle of Margo, Edith, and Agnes
Marlena (voiced by Julie Andrews): Gru and Dru’s mother. Her neglect of Gru’s ambitions is identified among the main reasons why he became a supervillain. In the denouement of the first film, she admits to him that he is a better parent than her. Marlena later makes a silent cameo appearance in the second film at Gru and Lucy’s wedding. In the third film, Marlena reveals to Gru that after she and Gru and Dru’s father divorced, they promised to never see each other again and they each got to take one son with them, with Marlena saying that she got “second pick”
Fritz (voiced by Steve Coogan): Dru’s courteous, well mannered butler who speaks with a British accent. He takes Gru, Lucy, and the girls to meet Dru at his mansion in Freedonia
Silas Ramsbottom (voiced by Steve Coogan): Director of the Anti-Villain League in the second film. The Minions (and Gru) make fun of his surname. In the third film, he retires from the AVL and is replaced by Valerie Da Vinci as the new Director of the AVL
Valerie Da Vinci (voiced by Jenny Slate): A ruthless member of the Anti-Villain League who replaces Silas Ramsbottom as Director in the third film. She fires Gru and Lucy due to them failing to capture Balthazar Bratt
Master Chow (voiced by Michelle Yeoh): A former Kung Fu teacher who now makes a living working at a spa in Minions: The Rise of Gru
Victor “Vector” Perkins (voiced by Jason Segel, Jason Harris in the video game): The villain in the first film, Gru’s rival, and the son of Mr. Perkins, the President of the Bank of Evil. He was responsible for the theft of the Great Pyramid of Giza and competes against Gru to get ahold of a shrink ray and eventually of the Moon
Mr. Perkins (voiced by Will Arnett): Vector’s father and enormous and equally strong President of the Bank of Evil, responsible for giving out loans to villains in their schemes (formerly including Gru)
Miss Hattie (voiced by Kristen Wiig): The charismatic but cruel owner of the orphanage from which Gru adopts his daughters. She sends Margo, Edith, and Agnes out to sell cookies and makes them sleep in cardboard boxes if they fail to meet their quota
Eduardo “El Macho” Pérez (voiced by Benjamin Bratt): A Mexican-accented supervillain in the second film. As El Macho, he was believed to have died after strapping 250 pounds of dynamite on himself and riding a shark into an active volcano. However, it turns out that he actually faked his death, and he became the owner of a Mexican restaurant. He has a son named Antonio, with whom Margo is infatuated at first, until Antonio abandons her. He planned to abduct most of Gru’s Minions and turn them into indestructible, evil Minions with a chemical compound he stole called PX-41 and send the mutated Minions to major cities to take over the world
Balthazar Bratt (voiced by Trey Parker): A supervillain in the third film. A former 1980s child star, he adopts the identity of his supervillain character after the onset of puberty leads to the cancellation of his television series. He is obsessed with 1980s pop culture and uses a giant robot armed with a laser and inflatable bubble gum to exact revenge on Hollywood
Clive (voiced by Andy Nyman): A robot who acts as Balthazar Bratt’s sidekick
Scarlet Overkill (voiced by Sandra Bullock): In Minions, she is the world’s first female super-villain who is bent on becoming the Queen of England, and served as the Minions’ boss before Gru
Herb Overkill (voiced by Jon Hamm): Scarlet’s husband and an inventor
The Vicious 6: A group of six supervillains who appear in Minions: The Rise of Gru. Their members include:
Belle Bottom (voiced by Taraji P. Henson): A Blaxploitation-themed femme fatale villain and the newly-appointed leader of the group after Wild Knuckles, who wants to take on the Anti-Villain League
Jean Clawed (voiced by Jean-Claude Van Damme): A member with a giant mechanical lobster claw for his right arm who speaks in a French accent
Nun-Chuck (voiced by Lucy Lawless): A nunchuck-wielding nun
Svengeance (voiced by Dolph Lundgren): A roller skater
Stronghold (voiced by Danny Trejo): A member with big metal hands
Wild Knuckles (voiced by Alan Arkin): The former leader of the Vicious 6 who was ousted because of his old age, and later becomes Gru’s mentor

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