Minion the rise of Gru 2022 trailer final 4th for the anime this summer. Are you really ready for this? Universal released the Minion the rise of Gru 2022 trailer official, which is a prequel to Despicable Me and a sequel to the first solo Minions movie. The film will be released in early July after a 2-year delay.
Minion The Rise Of Gru 2022 Trailer
Set in the 1970s, the season introduces a younger Gru with plans to join a supervillain group known as the Vicious 6. When they overthrew their leader, legendary boxer Wild Knuckles, Gru then interviews to become the newest member. Things don’t go well and only get worse after Gru gets past them and suddenly discovers he’s the arch-enemy of ultimate evil. This features the voices of Steve Carell, Taraji P. Henson, Michelle Yeoh, RZA, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Lucy Lawless, Danny Trejo, Dolph Lundgren, and Russell Brand, with Julie Andrews and Alan Arkin.
They initially ran the first Minion the rise of Gru trailer in 2020 and a trailer last year, while waiting for the Minion the rise of Gru 2022 trailer to release. Will it still be a hit movie? They hope the patient audience will think it’s worth the wait.
This is Minion the rise of Gru 2022 trailer official the fourth and final for the film.
Minion: The Rise Of Gru
The last Minions movie explores the origin of the creatures. This time, it’s the origin story of how Gru became the world’s greatest superhero and how he met his iconic Minions, teased by the final film’s ending. In The Rise of Gru, 12-year-old Gru is once again voiced by Oscar-nominated Steve Carell. Set in the suburbs of the 1970s, fans can quickly see that Gru is still plotting to take over the world from his basement despite being 12 years old. A fanboy of the super-villain group known as Vicious 6, Gru hatched a plan to become evil in order to join them. He gets some messy backups from his loyal followers, the Minions.
The latest Minion the rise of gru 2022 trailer isn’t too plot-heavy, but it does make it clear that there will be plenty of comedy and quirky farce starring Gru, Kevin Stuart, Bob, and company. The trailers all revolve around Minions flying a commercial jet with lots of crazy funny scenes.
Minions: The Rise of Gru hits theaters on July 1 of this year. What do you think about this news? Does this trailer get you more excited than ever with the yellow, pill-shaped goofballs, or is the series starting to lose its novelty? Let us know what you think of it, commenting on our Chow Down Movie Store website.