Universal Studios Home Entertainment has announced Despicable Me for Blu-ray release on December 14, in Blu-ray and 3D Blu-ray Combo Packs, with DVD and digital copy included. This action/comedy animated movie, about a wannabe super-villain whose life is unexpectedly changed by a trio of determined little orphans, was a critical and commercial success, earning over $240 million at the box office.
Special features include:
Commentary with directors Chris Renaud and Pierre Coffin, featuring the Minions!
GRU-CONTROL: Through a picture-in-picture window, see the making of the film with behind-the-scenes footage and cast/filmmaker interviews (BD-exclusive)
The World of Despicable Me
Despicable Beats: director Chris Renaud talks about the cool factor of renowned music producer Pharrell Williams.
Gru's Rocket Builder: In an all-new game, Vector has stolen some of the most famous landmarks from around the world and replaced them with the pieces to Gru's rocket. Players must return all the stolen landmarks to the correct countries in order to build their own rockets before Vector hacks into the system and steals the rocket plans. The reward for completing the rocket is a launch to the moon!
A Global Effort: learn all about the global effort behind Despicable Me. A director from France and another from the USA, plus an American and English cast created a movie in France, with artists from all over the world for a truly international movie.
Three all new, mini-movies starring the Minions (for a limited time only):
The Voices of Despicable Me:go behind-the-scenes with Steve Carell, Jason Segel, Russell Brand, Miranda Cosgrove, Kristen Wiig and Julie Andrews as they give life to their animated characters. Includes character profiles for each of the cast members.
Super Silly Fun Land: join Agnes, Margo and Edith at the Super Silly Fun Land Theme Park and play Feed the Creatures and Freeze the Floating Minions to win super cool prizes.
Miss Hattie's Top Secret Cookie Recipes: Margo is proud to present the recipes for those wonderful cookies that the loveable orphans under Miss Hattie's care enjoy so much! (BD-exclusive)
Minion Me: Exclusively for iPhoneŽ and iPadŽ: Personalize photos of friends and family by turning them into Minions. Pictures can be customized with glasses, bowties, hats and hairstyles to make it really hilarious! Send it to your friends with a Minion laugh.
Minion Dominion App: Exclusively for iPhoneŽ and iPadŽ Control a Minion by turning, tilting, rotating and shaking your phone. Tap the screen to make him speak, tap it again to hear him laugh. Or do battle with the two-player "minion mash up." Download to your iPhone and see who can inflict the most damage on the other's minion.
Good to see another 3D Blu-Ray. Thought this movie was alright. Certainly not as good as any Pixar movie (not even Cars) but not bad either. Enough cute laughs are there to keep up entairtained and the kids should love it
Hyped to see this as it hits theatres over here tomorrow. That is one feature-packed Blu release(s).
"earning over $250 million at the box office." Its current total stateside currently stands at $Million244.
My girl friend was mad at me but when I took to watch this movie, she was holding me chuckling on the way home. I'm more into action movies but this movie just proves me wrong about the whole animation thing; I laugh my got out and it's a very cute movie too.
IT'S SO FLUFFY!! Hasn't even come out in UK cinemas yet but I have watched the trailer so many times and it looks awesome! I might have to import this in time for Christmas I think (it should be region free, right? It's Universal).
I liked this movie a lot I'll probably pick it up for my fiance, and yes I have been screaming for the last 2 months now when is their going to a announcement for Shrek Forever After and the other three films so I can pick up a box set for the holidays. It's pathetic that Pararmount/Dreamworks also is releasing dragon 7 MONTHS AFTER IT INITIALLY HIT THEATRES! They SUCK!
I don't know why this movie did so well. The only reason I went was because I had a coupon to go see it free. I thought it was ok, nothing that great. I laughed once, when he brought the kids home and showed them their dog bowls.
But as I say, sometimes I like movies better the second time.
Has anyone got any details about the UK release of this? I've seen the trailer(it looked hilarious) on the freebie S3D of 'Coraline' but I can't find any info about a UK release. Or will it be possible to get the US version and play it in my Samsung 6900 UK player? John.
Just placed my pre order for the 3D release glad to see universal is doing it day and date with the 2D bluray.
And not as a stupid bundled exclusive. Hopefully they will put Coarline out in wide circulation soon as well.
The people on here saying that they are only buying the regular release now cause they dont YET have a 3D HDTV, If your planning on upgrading to a 3D set at some point in the future you should go ahead and buy the 3D version now, As the 3D release includes both the 3D and the 2D versions of the film.
if you buy the 2D version now, then latter upgrade to 3D youll have to re buy the movie.
obviously the this is only directed towards the people who are planning to one day get 3D hdtvs not the 3D haters out there.