"Despicable Me" (2010)
Movie Synopsis: In a happy suburban neighborhood surrounded by white picket fences with flowering rose bushes, sits a black house with a dead lawn. Unbeknownst to the neighbors, hidden beneath this home is a vast secret hideout. Surrounded by a small army of minions, we discover Gru (voiced by Steve Carell), planning the biggest heist in the history of the world. He is going to steal the moon (Yes, the moon!) in Universal's new 3-D CGI feature, "Despicable Me."
"Despicable Me" Photo Gallery
Gallery of photos from the animated movie "Despicable Me" featuring the voices of Steve Carell, Jason Segel, Will Arnett, Russell Brand, Kristen Wiig, Danny McBride, Miranda Cosgrove, Jack McBrayer, Mindy Kaling, Jemaine Clement and Julie Andrews.
Steve Carell Talks About "Despicable Me"
The villains are the central characters of Universal Pictures' animated family film, "Despicable Me," and Steve Carell lends his voice to one of the movie's two 'bad' guys. Carell voices Gru, a dastardly villain who wants to steal the moon. Jason Segel voices "Despicable Me's" other villain, Vector, and although they both star on hit TV shows, the two funny men had never met until "Despicable Me."
"Despicable Me" Movie Review
Is the 3-D animated film worth checking out? Will adults get as big a kick out of it as kids? Read Contributing Writer David Nusair's review to find out.
Exclusive Interview with Cinco Paul and Ken Daurio
(May 2010) Screenwriters Cinco Paul and Ken Daurio ("Horton Hears a Who!," "Bubble Boy") are the creative masterminds behind Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures' animated family-friendly comedy, "Despicable Me."
Jason Segel on "Despicable Me"
Jason Segel ("Forgetting Sarah Marshall," "How I Met Your Mother") provides the voice of Vector, a dorky villain, in Universal Pictures' family friendly animated film "Despicable Me." The film marks Segel's first animated feature film and at the LA press day, Segel said he drew inspiration from his own life.
"Despicable Me" Premiere Photos
"Despicable Me" premiere photos of Steve Carell, Jason Segel, Miranda Cosgrove, Julie Andrews, Mindy Kaling, Kristen Wiig, Chris Renaud, Elsie Fisher, Dana Gaier, Jack McBrayer, James Marsden, Noah Wyle, Pharrell Williams, Sterling Beaumon, Steve Terada, Raymond and Ryan Ochoa, Nolan Gould, Nathan Kress, Kate Flannery, Ken Davitian, Logan...
"Despicable Me" DVD Review
Review of "Despicable Me" on DVD including storyline and bonus features.
Miranda Cosgrove Plays Big Sister in "Despicable Me"
Miranda Cosgrove's built up a huge fan following, and the directors knew the popular young actress could carry off the attitude needed of Margo in the "Despicable Me." "The role is a tough role, and Miranda landed something important for us," said co-director Chris Renaud. "The girls are the soul of the movie, and Margo - more than even the other two - is the conscience for Gru..."
"Despicable Me" Movie Credits
Cast list for "Despicable Me," MPAA rating, and release date info.
"Despicable Me" Trailer
Trailer, video clips and interviews for "Despicable Me" featuring the voices of Steve Carell, Jason Segel, and Miranda Cosgrove.
At the Premiere - Steve Carell
Steve Carell lends his voice to a villain named Gru in the 3-D animated film "Despicable Me" from Universal Pictures. On the bright yellow carpet, Carell talked about the appeal of the project and finding Gru's voice.
At the Premiere - Jason Segel
Universal Pictures' "Despicable Me" marks the first animated film Jason Segel's been involved with. Segel voices a villain in the family-friendly film, the sort of bad guy character he says he's definitely ready to play.
At the Premiere - Miranda Cosgrove
Miranda Cosgrove ("iCarly") joined the other young actresses who voice orphans - Dana Gaier and Elsie Fisher - for the world premiere of the 3-D animated film "Despicable Me." On the yellow carpet, the threesome talked about their voice work.
At the Premiere - Julie Andrews and Jack McBrayer
Julie Andrews provides the voice of an overbearing mom whose son's one of the world's greatest villains in "Despicable Me," an animated comedy from Universal Pictures. Jack McBrayer also gets in on the fun, voicing two different characters in "Me."
At the Premiere - Director Chris Renaud
Director Chris Renaud tackles his first animated feature film with Universal Pictures' "Despicable Me." Featuring the voices of Steve Carell and Jason Segel, the film follows a villain who has a change of heart after encountering three orphan girls.
Details on the Making of "Despicable Me"
Take a peek behind the curtain at the making of this animated family comedy.
"Despicable Me" Banner
Banner - kind of like a teaser poster - for the 3-D animated comedy "Despicable Me."
"Despicable Me" Poster
Minions are either trying to move or eat the words 'Despicable Me' off the poster.
"Despicable Me" Finds Its Voices
(Nov 2008) Universal Pictures/Illumination Entertainment's family-friend 3D CGI movie "Despicable Me" has signed up an impressive voice cast.
Official "Despicable Me" Website
Universal Pictures' official site for "Despicable Me." Release Date: July 9, 2010