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Despicable Me 2 (20-Jun-2013)

Directors: Pierre Coffin; Chris Renaud

Writers: Ken Daurio; Cinco Paul

Keywords: Crime/Comedy

Continuation of Despicable Me's storyline follows the Anti-Villain League as they gear up to face off against a new threat.

Sequel to Despicable Me (2010). When a secret laboratory near the Arctic Circle containing a dangerous chemical capable of turning organic beings into killing machines is stolen through mysterious means, the Anti-Villain League recruits ex-supervillain Gru to prevent the chemical from falling into the wrong hands by abducting him from his lair. After a bit of convincing and soul-searching, Gru agrees to work with the AVL to determine and pacify the culprit responsible for the chemical caper, embarking on a globetrotting journey to save the Earth from a terrifying danger. Nominated for Academy Awards for Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Moises Arias
12-Apr-1994   Rico on Hannah Montana
Russell Brand
4-Jun-1975   Mad, Bad and Dangerous to Know
Benjamin Bratt
16-Dec-1963   Hunk from Law & Order
Steve Carell
16-Aug-1962   Office manager at Dunder-Mifflin
Steve Coogan
14-Oct-1965   I'm Alan Partridge
Miranda Cosgrove
14-May-1993   Megan Parker on Drake & Josh
Ken Jeong
15-Jun-1969   Seņor Chang on Community
Laraine Newman
2-Mar-1952   Original member of Saturday Night Live
Kristen Schaal
24-Jan-1978   Flight of the Conchords
Kristen Wiig
22-Aug-1973   Saturday Night Live
April Winchell
4-Jan-1960   Voice of Clarabelle Cow


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