The directors of Despicable Me 3 open up about the threequel and reveal that it won't feature the three central characters from the Minions spinoff.
This is bananas: The prequel to "Despicable Me" has grossed $1.08 billion worldwide.
Who said lunch had to be boring?
Spinning out of the "Despicable Me" franchise, "Minions" has passed $1b at the international box office, making it the third highest-grossing animated film of all time.
The fifth film in the action franchise opened to $56 million at the U.S. box office (and $65 million overseas), with "Vacation" following at a distant second.
Though "Ant-Man" didn't hit the heights of recent Marvel Studios releases, it outperformed "Minions" to open at No. 1 for the weekend.
"Ant-Man" is estimated to pull in $115-$125 million at the box office this weekend -- but "Minions" will challenge Marvel's newest super hero.
Pulling in $46.2m at Friday's box office, Universal's "Minions" broke the record for the largest opening day for an animated feature in North America.
Parents have alleged that 'Minions' toys packaged in Happy Meals are swearing at their children. Outrage ensues.
Kevin, Stuart and Bob discover some kindred spirits on the trip to Orlando in the first clip from the "Despicable Me" prequel.
After countless unsuccessful bids to serve masters ranging from T. rex to Napoleon, the little yellow henchmen may have found their calling in the new trailer for the "Despicable Me" prequel.
The lovable henchmen will leap off of the silver screen and onto the printed page in a new line of comics.
The Minions find a new villain to follow in this summer's Despicable Me spinoff.