Production info

USA, 2015


The Minions are ever on the lookout for the most villainous master to serve. After a T- Rex, a caveman, an Egyptian pharaoh, Dracula and Napoleon they encounter their next potential master: supervillain Scarlet Overkill and her inventor husband Herb, who plan to take over the world. It will ultimately lead them to their biggest challenge yet: saving all of Minionkind from annihilation.

3D computer-animated family comedy film, spinned off from the Despicable Me franchise (2010 and 2013 films). The 23 second sequence in which the Minions serve a pharaoh shows them accidentally dropping a pyramid on his head, after which they find themselves looking for a new master.

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