Along with the movie theater release of Minions: The Rise of Gru, we reveal the voices of Kevin, Stuart, and Bob, the three main Minions.
Minions: The Rise of Gru is the sequel to 2015’s Minions. It is the fifth movie in the Despicable Me series and was directed by Kyle Balda, Brad Ableson, and Jonathan del Val. Steve Carell returns as Gru.
Who voices the minions in minions rise of gru
Co-director of Minions Pierre Coffin is the one who gives Kevin, Stuart, Bob, Otto, and all the other Minions their voices.
The language we now call “Minionese” was first found when Despicable Me was being planned. Coffin used his own voice in an official test to find out what the language sounded like.
Coffin, who speaks more than one language, told TrailerAddict, via The Sun, that he made a recording “just to show whoever was going to design the voice a way to go.”
But the producers liked his performance so much that they told him to keep doing the voices.
Cast team of minions rise of gru
Gru, played by Steve Carell, and the Minions, played by Pierre Coffin, are both back. Michelle Yeoh joins them as Master Chow, an acupuncturist and Kung Fu expert.
Will Arnett and Steve Coogan are also back as Mr. Perkins and Silas Ramsbottom. The full cast list is below, and we’ve highlighted the following:
- Steve Carell – Gru
- Pierre Coffin – Kevin, Stuart, Bob, Otto, and the rest of the Minions
- Michelle Yeoh – Master Chow
- Taraji P. Henson – Belle Bottom
- Jean-Claude Van Damme – Jean Clawed
- Lucy Lawless – Nunchuck
- Dolph Lundgren – Svengeance
- Danny Trejo – Stronghold
- Russell Brand – Dr. Nefario
- Julie Andrews – Marlena Gru
- Alan Arkin – Wild Knuckles
- RZA – Biker
- Michael Beattie – VNC Announcer and Guru Rick
- Will Arnett – Mr. Perkins
- Steve Coogan – Silas Ramsbottom
- Colette Whitaker – Gru’s Teacher
- Raymond S. Persi – Birthday Kid
Minions rise of gru International Box Office Collection
Minions: The Rise of Gru has already made $22.5 million at the international box office, which shows that people want to see more Minions.
Variety said that the second Minions movie was “the funniest movie Hollywood has made so far.”