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Despicable Me 2: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Despicable Me 2: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is the soundtrack of the film. Heitor Pereira and Pharrell Williams composed the original music for the film, which was released on June 18, 2013 by Back Lot Music.

Track listing

  1. "Scream" - Pharrell Williams, Cee Lo Green
  2. "Another Irish Drinking Song" - Greg DiCostanzo, Paul Sabourin, Pierre Coffin
  3. "Just a Cloud Away" - Pharrell Williams
  4. "Happy" - Pharrell Williams
  5. "I Swear" - Gary Baker, Frank J. Myers, Pierre Coffin
  6. "Y.M.C.A." - Henri Belolo, Jacques Morali, Victor Willis Pierre Coffin
  7. "Fun, Fun, Fun" - Pharrell Williams
  8. "Despicable Me" - Pharrell Williams
  9. "Px-41 Labs"
  10. "The Fairy Party"
  11. "Lucy and the Avl"
  12. "Goodbye Nefario"
  13. "Time for Bed"
  14. "Break-In"
  15. "Stalking Floyd Eaglesan"
  16. "Moving to Australia"
  17. "Going to Save the World"
  18. "El Macho"
  19. "Jillian" 
  20. "Take Her Home"
  21. "El Macho's Lair
  22. "Home Invasion"
  23. "The Big Battle"
  24. "Ba Do Bleep" 

Trivia

  • The songs "Love's Theme" by Barry White and "Carmen Miranda" are in the film, but oddly not on the soundtrack. Also included in the film are "Where Them Girls At" by David Guetta, Nicki Minaj and Flo Rida, and two songs by Pitbull: Don't Stop the Party and Echa Pa'lla (Pa' arriba), which is entirely sung in Spanish.

Back cover

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Sours: https://despicableme.fandom.com/wiki/Despicable_Me_2/Soundtrack
  • Fun Fun Fun
    Written and Performed by Pharrell Williams
    Produced by Pharrell Williams of The Neptunes
    Courtesy of Star Trak Entertainment/Interscope Records
  • Jamming
    Written by Bob Marley
    Produced and Performed by Ali Dee
  • Chiquita Banana (Theme Song)
    Written by Garth Montgomery, Leonard McKenzie, William Wirges
    Under license by Chiquita
    Vocals Performed by Pierre Coffin
  • Don't Stop the Party
    Written by Pitbull (as Armando Perez), Jorge Gomez (as Jorge Martinez Gomez), IAmChino (as Jose Garcia), TJR (as Thomas Rozdilsky), Toots Hibbert (as Frederick Hibbert)
    Performed by Pitbull (feat. TJR)
    Pitbull appears courtesy of Polo Grounds Music/RCA Records/Mr. 305 Inc.
    By arrangement with Sony Music Entertainment
    TJR appears courtesy of Rising Music through Three Six Zero Group Ltd.
  • Another Irish Drinking Song
    Written by Storm DiCostanzo (as Greg DiCostanzo), Paul Sabourin
    Vocals Performed by Pierre Coffin
  • Love's Theme
    Written by Barry White
    Performed by Love Unlimited Orchestra
    Courtesy of The Island Def Jam Music Group
    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises
  • Where Them Girls At
    Written by Flo Rida (as Tramar Dillard), Giorgio Tuinfort, Nicki Minaj, Sandy Vee (as Sandy Wilhelm), Oscar Salinas, Juan Salinas, Jared Cotter, Mike Caren (as Michael Caren), David Guetta
    Performed by David Guetta feat. Nicki Minaj and Flo Rida
    David Guetta appears courtesy of What A Music Ltd./EMI Music France
    Under license from EMI Film & Television Music
    Nicki Minaj appears courtesy of Cash Money Records
    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises
    Flo Rida appears courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp.
    By arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing
  • Wiegenlied: Guten Abend, Gute Nacht Op. 49, No. 4
    Written by Johannes Brahms
    Vocal Performed by Chris Renaud
  • Super Girl
    Written by Samantha Marq (as Samantha Marquart), Harold Brown, Jessica Payo
    Performed by Samantha Marq
    Courtesy of Riptide Music Inc.
  • Echa Pa'lla (Manos pa'rriba)
    Written by Manuel Corao (as Manuel Gonzalez), Gregor Salto (as Gregor Van Offeren), Pitbull (as Armando Perez), Tzvetin Todorov, DJ Buddha (as Urales Vargas)
    Performed by Pitbull feat. Papayo
    Courtesy of Mr. 305 Inc.
  • Just a Cloud Away
    Written and Performed by Pharrell Williams
    Produced by Pharrell Williams
  • Flor de huevo (Son locos)
    Written by David Hidalgo (as David Kent Hidalgo)
    Performed by Los Lobos
    Courtesy of Los Lobos Records
  • Cielito Lindo
    Produced and Performed by Ali Dee
  • Cielito Lindo
    from "Mariachi Medley: Cielito Lindo/La Negra"
    Written by Quirino Mendoza (as Quirino Fidelino Mendoza Cortes)
    Performed by Tito Puente and Eddie Palmieri
    Courtesy of Universal Music Latino
    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises
  • I Swear
    Written by Gary Baker, Frank J. Myers (as Frank Myers)
    Performed by Pierre Coffin
    Produced by Ali Dee
  • In the Summertime
    Written by Ray Dorset
    Performed by Mungo Jerry
    Courtesy of Sanctuary Records Group Ltd.
    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises
  • Y.M.C.A.
    Written by Henri Belolo, Jacques Morali, Victor Willis
    Music Performed by The Village People (as Village People)
    Courtesy of Scorpio Music, S.A.
    Courtesy of The Island Def Jam Music Group
    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises
    Vocals Performed by Pierre Coffin
  • Funiculi Funicula
    Written by Luigi Denza
    Performed by Andrew Driscoll
    Courtesy of Clifton Bishop Media LLC
  • Y.M.C.A.
    Written by Henri Belolo, Jacques Morali, Victor Willis
    Music Performed by ProSound Karaoke Band
    Courtesy of Priddis Music/ProSound Performance Tracks
    Vocal Performed by Pierre Coffin
  • Italian Tarantella
    Traditional
    Performed by Andrew Driscoll
    Courtesy of Clifton Bishop Media LLC
  • Scream
    Written by Pharrell Williams
    Performed by CeeLo Green (as Cee-Lo Green)
    Produced by Pharrell Williams
    Courtesy of Atlantic Recording Group
  • Happy
    Written and Performed by Pharrell Williams
    Produced by Pharrell Williams
  • Despicable Me
    Written and Performed by Pharrell Williams
    Produced by Pharrell Williams of The Neptunes
    Courtesy of Star Trak Entertainment/Interscope Records
  • El bon bon de Elena
    (uncredited)
    Written by Raphael Cepeda
    Performed by Los Lobos
    Courtesy of Los Lobos Records
  • I Want It All
    (uncredited)
    Written by Brian May
    Performed by Queen
    Produced by Queen and David Richards
  • La cucaracha
    (uncredited)
    Traditional
Sours: https://m.imdb.com/title/tt1690953/soundtrack/?ref_=tt_trv_snd
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Despicable Me 2

2013 computer-animated film directed by Pierre Coffin and Chris Renaud

Despicable Me 2 is a 2013 American computer-animatedcomedy film produced by Illumination Entertainment and distributed by Universal Pictures. It is the sequel to Despicable Me (2010) and the second installment in the Despicable Me franchise. Directed by Pierre Coffin and Chris Renaud, and written by Cinco Paul and Ken Daurio, the film stars the voices of Steve Carell, Kristen Wiig, Benjamin Bratt, Miranda Cosgrove, Russell Brand, and Ken Jeong.

Despicable Me 2 debuted in Australia on June 5, 2013, and was released in the United States on July 3. The film received generally positive reviews from critics and earned $970.8 million worldwide, becoming the third-highest-grossing film of 2013. At the 86th Academy Awards, the film was nominated for Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song (for "Happy"), losing both to Walt Disney Animation Studios' Frozen (2013). The film is also the most profitable film in the 101-year history of Universal Pictures. A spin-off prequel and a sequel have been released: Minions (2015) and Despicable Me 3 (2017), respectively.

Plot[edit]

A mysterious aircraft, using a giant magnet, steals a highly potent mutagen known as PX-41 from a secret laboratory in the Arctic Circle. Director Silas Ramsbottom of the Anti-Villain League (AVL) sends one of his agents, Lucy Wilde, to recruit Gru, a former supervillain. Forcibly brought to the AVL headquarters, Gru is asked by Silas to help them track down the culprit and recover the mutagen. However, Gru refuses, claiming that he is a legitimate father. Longing to resume his criminal life, Dr. Nefario, Gru's friend and assistant, leaves him for new employment. This causes a reluctant Gru to investigate the theft and work with Lucy. The pair are stationed at the Paradise Shopping Mall, with a cupcake store as their front.

Gru immediately suspects Mexican restaurant owner Eduardo Pérez of being "El Macho", a supervillain who supposedly died by riding a shark into an active volcano with 250 pounds of TNT strapped to his chest. Gru and Lucy break into Eduardo's restaurant at night but find no proof. Meanwhile, Gru's three adopted daughters Margo, Edith, and Agnes, who dream of having a mother one day, believe that Gru will fall in love with Lucy. Gru denies it, saying his relationship with Lucy is only professional.

Despite holding Eduardo as his prime suspect, Gru agrees to pursue other leads, including the shop of wig merchant Floyd Eaglesan, where Lucy discovers traces of PX-41. After witnessing Eduardo's son Antonio woo Margo and invite everyone to his Cinco de Mayo party, Gru renews his focus on Eduardo. After a neighbor sets Gru up on a bad blind date, Lucy helps him escape, and the two begin to bond. The next day, the AVL arrests Floyd after finding an almost-empty jar of the mutagen in his shop. Silas closes the investigation and reassigns Lucy to Australia.

At the Cinco de Mayo party, Gru follows Eduardo and discovers that he is indeed El Macho. Having faked his death, El Macho has hired Dr. Nefario, and has been abducting Gru's Minions, using the stolen PX-41 serum to transform them into mindless, indestructible monsters. El Macho plans to launch rockets full of the evil Minions into major cities to dominate the world. He offers Gru the chance to team up with him, but Gru walks away with the girls. Suspicious, El Macho sends Kevin, one of his evil Minions, after Gru.

Lucy arrives at the party right after Gru leaves, but El Macho captures her. Dr. Nefario lets Gru know what happened, and Gru returns to El Macho's fortress with two of his own disguised Minions. The evil Minions see through the disguise and attack them. Meanwhile, Kevin finds and attacks the girls at Gru's house, until Dr. Nefario, who has returned to Gru's side, arrives with an antidote and turns Kevin normal again. Dr. Nefario puts the antidote in Gru's jelly reserves, and he and the girls hurry to Gru's aid. Gru, Dr. Nefario, and the girls use jelly guns to restore all the Minions to their normal state. El Macho uses the PX-41 to become a monster himself, but is defeated by Gru and Dr. Nefario.

Gru starts to rescue Lucy from El Macho's TNT-loaded shark rocket, but his pet chicken Pollito launches it, sending them towards a volcano. Lucy accepts Gru's invitation for a date, and they jump into the ocean before the rocket explodes in the volcano. Several dates later, Gru and Lucy eventually get married, giving Margo, Edith, and Agnes a mother.

In several mid-credits scenes, three Minions are seen auditioning for a new film called "the Minion Movie".

Voice cast[edit]

Miranda Cosgrove and Steve Carell at the Australian premiere of Despicable Me 2
  • Steve Carell as Gru, a former supervillain turned father (and later a member of the Anti-Villain League).[4]
  • Kristen Wiig as Lucy Wilde, an Anti-Villain League agent and Gru's love interest and later wife.[5][6]
  • Benjamin Bratt as Eduardo Pérez / El Macho, the owner of Salsa & Salsa, a Mexican restaurant in the Paradise Mall, and the mastermind behind the theft of the PX-41 serum.[7][8][9]Al Pacino was originally cast in the role and had recorded all his lines, but left the film due to creative differences.[10]
  • Miranda Cosgrove as Margo, the eldest of the three girls.[4]
  • Dana Gaier as Edith, the middle of the three girls.[4][11]
  • Elsie Fisher as Agnes, the youngest of the three girls.[4][11]
  • Russell Brand as Dr. Nefario, Gru's elderly, hearing-impaired gadget man.[4]
  • Steve Coogan as Silas Ramsbottom, the director of the Anti-Villain League.[4][12]
  • Ken Jeong as Floyd Eaglesan, the owner of Eagle Hair Club, a wig store in the Paradise Mall.[7][13]
  • Moisés Arias as Antonio Pérez, Margo's first love interest and Eduardo's son.[14][15]
  • Nasim Pedrad as Jillian, Gru's irritating matchmaking neighbor who wants Gru to date her friends.[16][17]
  • Kristen Schaal as Shannon, Jillian's superficial friend.[17]
  • Pierre Coffin as Kevin, Stuart, Bob, and additional Minions.[17] According to Coffin, he lent his voice to 899 Minions.[18]
  • Chris Renaud as additional Minions[17]
  • Vanessa Bayer as a flight attendant[17]
  • Nickolai Stoilov as the Arctic Lab guards[17]

Production[edit]

Development[edit]

Chris Meledandri, CEO of Illumination Entertainment, said in July 2010 that a sequel was in the works.[19] In June 2011, Universal Pictures announced that the sequel would be released on July 3, 2013.[20] Meledandri confirmed in February 2012 that they had started working on the film.[21]

Casting[edit]

In October 2011, The Hollywood Reporter reported that Javier Bardem was negotiating to voice a villain, named El Macho,[22] but the negotiations failed.[23] By February 2012, Al Pacino had joined the cast to voice the villain.[24] In April 2012, producers confirmed that Steve Carell, Russell Brand, Miranda Cosgrove, Dana Gaier and Elsie Fisher were returning to reprise their roles. Kristen Wiig, who voiced Miss Hattie in the first film, voices Lucy Wilde, an agent of the Anti-Villain League who recruits Gru to track and take down a tough, Mexican villain named El Macho. Steve Coogan joined the cast as Silas Ramsbottom, the head of the Anti-Villain League.[4]

In May 2013, producers announced that Al Pacino had left the film over creative differences about how his character should come to life.[10][25] At the time of his departure, Pacino's character had already been fully voiced and animated.[26] Chris Renaud, co-director of the film, commented on Pacino's departure: "So we don't want an unhappy actor, and we want something that is well-realized on all sides. If you don't see eye to eye, sometimes it's easier to (part company) and move on from there."[25]Benjamin Bratt, who had already been considered before Pacino,[25] stepped in to voice Eduardo.[8]Chris Meledandri, producer of the film, admitted that he was not "aware of any of the major animated films of the last 15 years that has brought an actor in at such a late stage".[26] Due to the finished animation, Bratt had to match his timing exactly to the character's mouth movement.[27] Initially, during his five-day recording,[26] he tried to imitate Pacino's voice, but found it impossible, saying "no one can out-Al Pacino Al Pacino". He ended up only using Pacino as an inspiration, and resolved to go with his own interpretation of the character.[28] His work was commended by Variety, saying: "You'd never guess he wasn't the filmmakers' first choice."[15]

Animation[edit]

The animation was developed in Paris, France by Illumination Mac Guff using Autodesk Maya, over 400 to 650 artists worked on the sequel, in contrast of the team of 100 artists the first film required.

One of the biggest challenges for the animation team was creating visual effects (such as water and jelly), which led to the crashing and replacement of some of the studio's drives.[29]

Music[edit]

Despicable Me 2: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
ReleasedJune 18, 2013
Recorded2013
GenreScore
Length1:01:25
LabelBack Lot Music
  1. "Happy"
    Released: November 21, 2013

Despicable Me 2: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is the soundtrack album for the film, released on June 18, 2013, through Back Lot Music. The original music was composed by Heitor Pereira and Pharrell Williams.[30][31]

Chart positions[edit]

Marketing[edit]

In March 2013, a blimp dressed to appear as a Minion, named "Despicablimp", in which Universal and Van Wagner Communications owns an American Blimp Corporation A-150 model, traveled through the United States for a 20,000-mile-long (32,000 km) tour to promote the film's release. As one of the largest airships in the world, it measured 165 feet (50 m) in length, 55 feet (17 m) in height,[36] and weighed 8,000 pounds (3.6 t).[37]

Universal Pictures partnered the film with licensing and promotional partners valued at an unprecedented $200—$250 million in the next three years.[38] One of the partners was McDonald's, which included in its Happy Meals various Minion toys, some of them unique to a specific country.[39] To take advantage of banana-loving Minions, Chiquita Brands International ran various sweepstakes,[39] and a Minion, voiced by Pierre Coffin, performed the song "Chiquita Banana" in the film.[17] Thinkway Toys released various toys and figures,[40] and Hasbro made special games.[39]

Release[edit]

Theatrical[edit]

Despicable Me 2 debuted on June 5, 2013, at Event Cinemas in Bondi Junction, New South Wales, Australia,[41] followed by a premiere on June 12, at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival.[42] In the United States, the film's premiere took place on June 22, at the Universal CityWalk in Los Angeles,[43][44] and was released on July 3.[20] It was digitally re-mastered into IMAX 3D format and released in select international IMAX theatres.[45]

As with the first film, which did not have a theatrical release in China, the film's distributor Universal Pictures had troubles releasing the sequel.[46] When it was reported in July 2013 that the film had been denied a theatrical release in China, then the second-largest film market in the world, some analysts attributed this to the protection of locally produced animation.[47][48] There were also rumors that the film's release was banned in China because the film's minions too much resembled former Chinese president Jiang Zemin.[49] China's Film Bureau was "furious" about the negative comments, stating that the film was not submitted for censorship approval.[50] In fact, there was reportedly a "commercial conflict" between Universal and Edko Films, the film's local distributor, over which titles are to be imported.[51] Edko had decided that the film "would not do well in China and decided against using one of the precious quota slots for the film."[50] In December 2013, a few weeks after the Universal Pictures' announcement that it would open a Beijing office, it was reported that Despicable Me 2 would be theatrically released in China on January 10, 2014.[49]

Home media[edit]

Universal Pictures Home Entertainment released Despicable Me 2 through digital download on November 26, and on Blu-ray and DVD in December. Physical copies contain three short films: Puppy, Panic in the Mailroom, and Training Wheels.[52][53]

Reception[edit]

Box office[edit]

Despicable Me 2 earned $368 million in the United States and Canada and $602.7 million in other territories for a worldwide total of $970.8 million,[3] making it the third highest-grossing film of 2013.[54]Deadline Hollywood calculated the net profit of the film to be $394.5 million, placing it third on their list of 2013's "Most Valuable Blockbusters".[55] With a budget of $76 million,[2] the film is the most profitable film in the 101-year history of Universal.[56]

Released alongside The Lone Ranger on July 3, 2013, Despicable Me 2 made $35 million on its first day—including $4.7 million from Tuesday night previews—and earned another $24.5 million the following Thursday. It went on to debut with $142.1 million from 3,957 theaters, and grossed $82.5 million on its three-day opening weekend.[57] Its second weekend saw the box office drop by 56% to $43 million,[58] and Despicable Me 2 grossed another $25 million the following weekend.[59]Despicable Me 2 completed its theatrical run in the United States and Canada on January 16, 2014.[60]

Worldwide, on its first weekend, Despicable Me 2 opened only in Australia with $6.66 million,[61] ahead of Monsters University (2013) which opened on the same weekend.[62] The film set an opening-day record in Latvia.[63] In total, it opened at number one in 67 territories,[64] and set opening-weekend records among animated films in Latin America, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Vietnam,[65] and Lebanon,[66] as well as opening-weekend records among all films in South Africa and Venezuela.[65] In Japan, it topped the box office ($3.3 million) beating Elsyium (2013).[67][68] The film remained in the first position at the box office for two consecutive weekends during July 2013.[69][70] The film's largest openings occurred in the United Kingdom ($22.5 million), China ($15.4 million), and Mexico ($14.9 million). In total earnings, its largest markets were the United Kingdom ($72.2 million), China ($53.0 million), and Mexico ($47.7 million).[3]

Critical response[edit]

On the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, which categorizes reviews only as positive or negative, 75% of 186 reviews are positive, with an average rating of 6.70/10. Its critical consensus reads, "Despicable Me 2 offers plenty of eye-popping visual inventiveness and a number of big laughs."[71]Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned the film a score of 62 out of 100 based on 39 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews."[72] Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "A" on an A+ to F scale.[57]

Michael Phillips of the Chicago Tribune gave the film two and a half stars out of four, saying "Steve Carell's Slavic inflections as Gru do the trick, as before. Wiig's clever hesitations and comic timing help save the day."[73] Michael Rechtshaffen of The Hollywood Reporter gave the film a negative review, saying "The new edition doesn't quite catch that inspired spark."[7] Stephen Whitty of The Star-Ledger gave the film three stars out of four, saying "Not only a fun cartoon but—that rare thing—a sequel which actually improves on the original."[74] Soren Anderson of The Seattle Times gave the film two and a half stars out of four, saying "It's fun. It's cheerful. It's lollipop colorful. Best of all, it features lots of minion mischief, which guarantees plenty of laughs. But what it doesn't have is an edge."[75]

Stephen Holden of The New York Times gave the film two and a half stars out of five, saying "It is consistently diverting and so cute you'll want to pet it. Yet it is also weightless and lacks a center."[76] Tirdad Derakhshani of The Philadelphia Inquirer gave the film two and a half stars out of five, saying "If you're looking for quality prepackaged, predigested Hollywood family fun this summer, you could do a lot worse than Despicable Me 2."[77]Alonso Duralde of TheWrap gave the film a negative review, saying "The minions are still wacky scene-stealers—and once again, we don't get nearly enough of them—but Gru and his daughters have been blanded down to bad-sitcom level."[78] Claudia Puig of USA Today gave the film two stars out of four, saying "With its predecessor having made a whopping $540 million globally, it's no wonder that Universal saw fit to order a sequel. But it's not enough just to trot out legions of minions and cobble together a plot. Audiences deserve more imagination and inventiveness than this wan recycling."[79] Owen Gleiberman of Entertainment Weekly gave the film a 'C' grade, saying "By the end, every child in the audience will want his or her own monster-minion toy. Adults will just regret the way that Despicable Me 2 betrays the original film's devotion to bad-guy gaiety."[80]

Tom Russo of The Boston Globe gave the film a positive review, saying "The scope of the 'toon espionage-adventure goings-on is surprisingly limited. But the filmmakers so clearly love working on these characters, their creative joy is infectious."[81] Stephanie Merry of The Washington Post gave the film three stars out of four, saying "The animation is beguiling, particularly when Lucy drives her car into the ocean, transforming it into a submarine that scoots around sharks and fish."[82] Peter Debruge of Variety gave the film a positive review, saying "While not quite as charming or unique as the original, Despicable Me 2 comes awfully close, extending co-directors Chris Renaud and Pierre Coffin's delightfully silly sensibility to a bit larger universe."[15] Peter Hartlaub of the San Francisco Chronicle gave the film three stars out of four, saying "It's a credit that the writing can be so funny in the moment, that it takes time to realize there's no cohesive story, zero dramatic tension and nary a practical lesson for either the characters in the film or the people watching in the theater."[83]

Mary Pols of Time gave the film a positive review, saying "As a sequel it stands level with the first film, and may have the edge on it."[84]Peter Travers of Rolling Stone gave the film three stars out of four, saying "Co-directors Chris Renaud and Pierre Coffin, who do Minion voices expertly, never let up on the laughs. A fart joke in 3-D may not be three times as wacky, but the high spirits of Despicable Me 2 are irresistible fun."[85] A.A. Dowd of The A.V. Club gave the film a 'C' grade, saying "What's missing—and this was the crucial component of part one—is a little sour to undercut the sweet. Like its protagonist, a bad guy gone boringly good, Despicable Me 2 has no edge. It's fatally nice and insufficiently naughty."[86]

Accolades[edit]

Award Category Recipient(s) Result
Academy Awards[87]Best Animated FeatureChris Renaud, Pierre Coffin, and Chris MeledandriNominated
Best Original Song"Happy" – Pharrell WilliamsNominated
Alliance of Women Film Journalists[88]Best Animated Feature Pierre Coffin and Chris RenaudNominated
American Cinema Editors[89]Best Edited Animated Feature Film Gregory Perler Nominated
Annie Awards[90]Best Animated FeatureDespicable Me 2Nominated
Best Animated TV/Broadcast Commercial Despicable Me 2Won
Character Animation in an Animated Feature Production Jonathan Del Val Nominated
Character Design in an Animated Feature Production Eric Guillon Nominated
Music in an Animated Feature ProductionHeitor Pereira and Pharrell WilliamsNominated
Production Design in an Animated Feature Production Yarrow Cheney and Eric Guillon Nominated
Storyboarding in an Animated Feature Production Eric Favela Nominated
Voice Acting in an Animated Feature ProductionKristen WiigNominated
Steve CarellNominated
Pierre CoffinNominated
British Academy Film Awards[91]Best Animated FilmChris Renaud and Pierre CoffinNominated
British Academy Children's Awards (BAFTA)[92]BAFTA Kid's Vote (Feature Film) Despicable Me 2Won
Cinema Audio Society Awards[93]Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Motion Pictures – Animated Charleen Richards, Tom Johnson, Gary A. Rizzo, Chris Scarabosio, Alan Meyerson, and Tony Eckert Nominated
Critics' Choice Movie Award[94]Best Animated Feature Despicable Me 2Nominated
Best Song "Happy" – Pharrell WilliamsNominated
Golden Globe Awards[95]Best Animated Feature Film Despicable Me 2Nominated
Kids' Choice Awards[96]Favorite Animated Movie Despicable Me 2Nominated
Favorite Voice from an Animated Movie Steve CarellNominated
Miranda CosgroveWon
People's Choice Awards[97]Favorite Family Movie Despicable Me 2Won
Favorite Movie Despicable Me 2Nominated
Producers Guild of America Award[98]Outstanding Producer of Animated Theatrical Motion Picture Janet Healy and Chris MeledandriNominated
Satellite Awards[99]Satellite Award for Best Original Song"Happy" – Pharrell WilliamsNominated
Saturn Awards[100]Best Animated FilmDespicable Me 2Nominated
Visual Effects Society Awards[101]Outstanding Animation in an Animated Feature Motion Picture Chris Meledandri, Janet Healy, Chris Renaud, and Pierre CoffinNominated
Washington, D.C. Area Film Critics Association Awards[102]Best Animated Feature Pierre Coffin and Chris RenaudNominated

Prequel and sequel[edit]

Main article: Despicable Me franchise

A spin-off prequel[a] to the franchise, Minions, was released in 2015. It focuses on the Minions searching for their master.[108][109] Though financially successful, Minions polarized critics on their release for its plot.[110][111]

A sequel to Despicable Me 2 was released in 2017, titled Despicable Me 3.[112] Its plot pits Gru and his twin brother Dru (Carell) against Balthazar Bratt (Trey Parker) to recover a diamond.[113][114] The film was a financial success[115] but polarized critics.[116][117][118]

Notes[edit]

References[edit]

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Despicable Me: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

2010 soundtrack album by Ryan Healy and various artists

Despicable Me: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Despicable Me Soundtrack.jpg
ReleasedJuly 6, 2010
Recorded2008–2010
StudioMidnight Blue Studios in Miami, FL
The Record Plant in Los Angeles, CA
GenrePop, pop rock, dance-pop, teen pop, R&B, hip hop, disco, funk, soul
Length35:09
LabelInterscope • Star Trak
ProducerHans Zimmer

Despicable Me: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is the soundtrack to the film of the same name, and it was released on July 6, 2010. It features new songs from the film written, performed, produced and/or composed by Ryan Healy, and performances by Destinee & Paris, The Sylvers, Robin Thicke, The Bee Gees, and David Bisbal.[1] A soundtrack album including the many other songs that appear in the film has not been officially released.

The film's score was composed by Ryan Healy & Heitor Pereira and produced by Hans Zimmer. It was recorded with a 67-piece ensemble of the Hollywood Studio Symphony at the Newman Scoring Stage at 20th Century Fox.[2] As of December 30, 2010, the film's score had not been officially released; however, 8 tracks appeared on MagicBoxMusic.com in November 2010.[3][4]

Two of the songs that appeared in the film, Despicable Me and Prettiest Girls, appeared on the Best Original Song shortlist for the 83rd Academy Awards.[5]

Despicable Me: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack[edit]

All music is composed by Pharrell Williams, except as noted.

1."Despicable Me" Pharrell4:13
2."Fun, Fun, Fun" Pharrell3:26
3."I'm On a Roll" Destinee & Paris3:11
4."Minion Mambo" (feat. Pharrell & Lupe Fiasco)Pharrell Williams, W. M. JacoThe Minions3:04
5."Boogie Fever" (From the 1976 album Showcase)Freddie Perren, Kenneth St. LewisThe Sylvers3:28
6."My Life"Pharrell Williams, Robin ThickeRobin Thicke3:54
7."Prettiest Girls" Pharrell3:19
8."Rocket's Theme" Pharrell4:03
9."You Should Be Dancing" (From the 1976 album Children of the World)Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, Maurice GibbBee Gees4:18
10."The Unicorn Song" Agnes (Elsie Fisher)2:08
11."Soñar (My Life)" (iTunes Only Bonus Track)Pharrell Williams, Robin ThickeDavid Bisbal4:03
12."Sweet Home Alabama" (from the album Second Helping)Ronnie Van Zant, Gary Rossington, Ed KingLynyrd Skynyrd4:44

Despicable Me: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (More Music)[edit]

All music is composed by Pharrell Williams, except as noted.

Despicable Me Score[edit]

All music is composed by Heitor Pereira and Pharrell Williams.

1."Happy Gru"0:52
2."Door Bell Rings"0:22
3."Kyle Attacks"0:30
4."Nefario Calls Gru"1:08
5."Minion March"1:29
6."Miss Hattie's Face"0:49
7."Gru Calls Mom"0:43
8."Meeting Mr. Perkins"1:10
9."Explosion"0:19
10."Meet The Girls (Reprise)"0:27
11."Adoption Process"4:02
12."Gru's Lair"1:01
13."Gru's Kitchen"1:41
14."All Girls Amped Up"0:18
15."Girls To Bed"1:58
16."Girls To Dance Class"0:34
17."Gru Is Angry"1:04
18."Nefario Is Angry"0:27
19."Teleconference"3:37
20."Piggy Bank"2:18
21."Hyper Girls"0:37
22."Sleepy Kittens"3:38
23."Nefario Confronts Gru"1:43
24."Don't Let Her Take Us"1:34
25."Kisses Goodnight"2:41

Despicable Me Score (Promo)[edit]

All music is composed by Heitor Pereira and Pharrell Williams.

1."Logo – Beautiful Egypt"1:42
2."Mal Mart"1:36
3."Cookie Delivery"3:30
4."Drunk Unicorn"0:36
5."Blast Off"1:32
6."Gru In Space"0:47
7."Rushing Back"1:34
8."Gru VS. Vector"6:02

Despicable Me Score (EP)[edit]

All music is composed by Heitor Pereira and Pharrell Williams.

1."Happy Gru"0:42
2."Minions March"1:22
3."Gru's Lair"0:59
4."Gru's Kitchen"1:39
5."Piggy Bank"2:16
6."Korean Lab Heist"3:39
7."The Moon"1:31

References[edit]

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  5. ^"Oscar Taps 41 Movie Tunes For Original Song Category". Deadline Hollywood. December 15, 2010. Archived from the original on October 13, 2012. Retrieved November 20, 2012.

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Despicable_Me:_Original_Motion_Picture_Soundtrack
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